London (PRWEB) November 17, 2008
Europeans are being offered an opportunity to try poker in one of the largest free poker competitions in Europe. Everest Poker (http://www.everestpoker.net), Europe's biggest online poker school is organizing 27 events across the continent, and dozens more online during the Everest Poker European Cup (EPEC) to teach Europeans the game of poker.
The EPEC has been running successfully since 2006 and has offered thousands of players their first poker experience. Ever wanted to master the art of bluffing? Interested in learning how to detect your opponent's tells - but alongside other beginners rather than experienced players? The Everest Poker European Cup is the easiest way for Europeans to discover the thrill of poker while meeting other players, and win one of 200 places to a fantastic weekend in the sun.
The Everest Poker European Cup launches in November 2008 with over a dozen live events in 11 countries. Each live event will offer free tournaments, poker tutorials and the opportunity for all participants to win a seat for the Final - a three-day weekend in a sunny resort (soon to be revealed!) where 200 Europeans will fight their way to win their share of a €100,000 prize.
Everest Poker has been offering Europeans unique poker experiences since 2004 with its combination of multilingual software available in 16 languages, unique live events and poker tournaments tailored to Europeans. Everest Poker is a trusted European leader in poker experience offerings.
To find out more about the Everest Poker European Cup, visit http://www.everestpoker.net or contact the Everest Poker press office.
Ed Pownall, Everest Poker Press Office (London),
+44 7825 064776
About Everest Poker
Everest Poker (http://www.everestpoker.com) is owned by Everest Gaming, LTD. With over 11 years of online gaming experience, Everest Gaming has established a name in offering some of the most exciting and trusted multilingual gaming web sites worldwide and was the first company to launch a truly multilingual poker gaming platform in 2004.