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Everest Poker players working for the weekday
Let's face it: Summer's over and the workweek feels all the longer for it. But during the month of September, Everest Poker is hosting a special promotion that breaks up the monotony with a little bit of No-Limit Hold'em.
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night, the online cardroom is featuring a "Survive the Workweek" series of tournaments which started at 7 p.m. (GMT) Monday and will run until Sept. 27.
Prizes include $20,000 guaranteed and seats at international poker tournaments, among others. Monday's players will see a direct entry tournament for a spot at the upcoming Master Classics of Poker in Amsterdam. Tuesdays are all about winning a seat and travel to play a National Poker League tournament in Australia.
Wednesdays are European Poker Tour winner's choice tournaments, offering Everest customers a chance to play at the EPT event of their choosing, and Thursday marks the $20,000 guaranteed tournament.
On top of the prizes, players who compete in 10 or more Survive the Workweek tournaments this month will receive a free gold token from Everest Poker. The tokens grant entry into any $100+$9 tournament at the Internet poker room.
"We really wanted to do something special for our players to make them feel a bit better about summer ending, and this fits the bill," said Everest spokesman Jonathan May. "We've put together a really unique package that offers our players the chance to play at some great tournaments, or walk away with a big cash prize.
"With the variety of rewards offered during this promotion, our players are sure to find a tournament that's perfect for them," he added. "We're hoping that a lot of players find the Survive the Workweek Everest Poker promotion something that makes the beginning of autumn a little easier."