Montreal, QC (PRWEB) October 5, 2007
Everest Poker (http://www.everestpoker.com) today announced the winners of the online poker room's weekly $100,000 guaranteed hold em poker tournament. The weekly event, held Sundays at 14:30 GMT, gives players from around the world the chance to compete for their share of $100,000.
"These tournaments offer players at all skill levels the chance to compete for a significant amount of money," said Jonathan May, Everest Poker property manager. "Satellites for this event start at only $11+1, meaning that even players with small bankrolls can get in on the action."
The winners of the most recent poker event are as follows: First place and $20,000 went to Denmark's kl236, with France's macqueen claming second and $12,000. Rounding out the top three was sedialunga from Italy, who walked away from the table with $9,000. The other winners are as follows: Kristiban (Sweden) $7,000; lopitecus (Spain) $5,000; kuruwa (Japan) $3750; BILOU258 (France) $2750; pu001 (Netherlands) $1750; I_NEED_IT (Netherlands) $1500; Bendavis2 (Netherlands) $1250.
For more information about Everest Poker's weekly $100,000 guaranteed poker tournaments and to 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 tournaments. Everest Poker is owned by Ultra Internet Media. For more information, please visit: http://www.everestpoker.com
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