Montreal, QC (PRWEB) March 21, 2007
Everest Poker (http://www.everestpoker.com), one of the leading online poker destinations, has announced that a Round 3 Avalanche direct entry poker tournament will be taking place on Saturday, 25 March at 15:00 GMT. Everest Poker Avalanche is a series of daily and weekly poker tournaments that will culminate in an online finale to be held on 17 September, 2007 at 15:00 GMT.
"September 17th? That's when the real fun begins," said Jonathan May, Everest Poker's property manager. "The ten winners from the online finale are going to win a trip to play at a live final table at a secret location. That's where their share of the $1,000,000 awaits them.
Spanning nine months, the Everest Poker Avalanche involves both online play as well as live poker games. The tournament features a three-round structure that allows players at all levels to join in. Round 1 satellites are designed for players looking for little up-front risk: buy-ins are $3+.30 or $11+1. Round 2 satellites are ideal for players that are more confident in their ability and wish to save time -- the buy-in is $56+5.
For players with big bankrolls that want to skip right to the top, Everest Poker is offering two choices: monthly Round 3 satellite events such as the event being held on 25 March with a $530+30 buy-in as well as direct entrance to the Online Avalanche Finale for $5000+300.
For more information about the Everest Poker Avalanche tournament and play poker free online, download the free Everest Poker software from http://www.everestpoker.com/dload. Tournament schedules are available through RSS and XML feeds at http://www.everestpoker.com/tournament/current-schedule.html.
About Everest Poker
Everestpoker.com is the first site dedicated to the international poker playing community. Recognizing the many non-English speaking poker enthusiasts around the world, Everest Poker has built the only poker software fully localized in 11 different languages. In addition, Everestpoker.com offers poker players customer support in 15 languages, and is involved with local poker initiatives through partnerships and participation in national, European and worldwide.
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