PokerRoomSchool Presents: The Weekly Leaderboard Challenge

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Poker Room School invites players to beat the Leaderboard's all time top score. PokerRoomSchool's Leaderboard rewards the top poker players on the site.

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Poker Room School invites players to beat the Leaderboard's all time top score. PokerRoomSchool's Leaderboard rewards the top poker players on the site.

All Poker Room School members earn PRS points for every hand they play at CDPoker. Each raked hand is counted and the player earns points. The more a player play, the more points the player earn, and the players with the most PRS points are featured on the Leaderboard.

This month PokerRoomSchool is proud to announce a special promotion: the Weekly PokerRoomSchool Leaderboard Challenge.

The top scorer at PokerRoomSchool will get his name at the top of the leaderboard and will win a bundle of cash!

Our current Leaderboard champion, PaceOut, has held first place since December 2007, with an all-time top score of 21,390 PRS Points.

PokerRoomSchool invites anyone to topple the current champion, and win the rolling jackpot.

Starting at $2000, we will add $500 every week, until someone gets the highest score ever.

So if you have an ace up your sleeve, get playing, start earning points, and aim for the top. Once someone gets the top spot and breaks the record, the jackpot will return to $2000, and start climbing again.

If you're a new player, remember that practice makes perfect, and the more you play, the better you will get. Top poker players have years of experience - by playing many games against different opponents, learn how to beat different styles of play and build up a style and technique of your own.

To participate in the PokerRoomSchool Leaderboard challenge, just sign up with PokerRoomSchool and start playing. Earn points as you play and work your way up to the top.

Be the best, beat the rest and win the jackpot at PokerRoomSchool!

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