London, England (PRWEB) April 11, 2009
Devilfishpoker.com today announced the Final Table from Hell which will see the best poker players of the next five weekly Devilfish Bounty tournaments take their seats at an exclusive single table tournament with site ambassador Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott on May 12.
Devilfish is currently doing what he does best -- playing poker in Las Vegas -- and because he is unable to play the Devilfish Bounty for the next five weeks he has organized the weekly €250 bounty on his head be rolled over until May 12 when he will play against the winners of the five tournaments on the Final table from Hell. Devilfishpoker.com is adding a €250 poker bonus to bring the total prize pool for this freeroll to €1,500.
The Devilfish Bounty tournament takes place each Thursday at 8 p.m. BST (9 p.m. CET). The five winners (from April 9 to May 7) will face off against the man himself in a six-seater short-handed tournament on Tuesday May 12 at 8 p.m. BST with €1,000 going to the winner and €500 to second place.
The Final Table from Hell will give the five challengers every opportunity to prove their skills against the 'fish with a 5,000 chip starting stack and 15 minute blinds.
Site ambassador, Ulliott, said, "I can't play online from the U.S. but I didn't want the regular bounty players to miss me too much so I came up with something a little special to keep my fans eager. The Final Table from Hell has a great structure and I'm really looking forward to showing what I can do and chatting with the winners of the weekly bounty. But will they be good enough to beat the Devilfish?"
About Devilfish Gaming
Devilfish Gaming Plc (Ticker "DEVP") takes its name from the well known poker professional David "Devilfish" Ulliott, who is active in promoting the business. Ulliott is one of Europe's best known, entertaining and recognised poker players with many large wins including World Series of Poker and World Poker Tour titles to his name. The company is publicly quoted, having floated on London's PLUS market in March 2008. The company does not accept wagers from the U.S.A.