It’s an exciting time at Sky Poker, as they get ready to deal a truly landmark hand. Their 500 Millionth to be exact!
Celebrating 500 million hands of poker coincides with Sky Poker’s 5 year anniversary and shows the scale of Sky Poker’s popularity, marking a seminal moment in the history of their online poker room. A monumental figure, it equates to a million dealt hands per year!
It is for this reason that Sky Poker want to party with the people who’ve helped them reach such a milestone.
Acknowledging that the 500th Millionth hand is no small feat, Sky Poker want to share in the celebrations and reward this landmark player. Therefore, the player dealt in to the landmark hand will win £100 as well as their Cash for Points payment for the month doubled. If they win the hand they’ll pocket a sizeable £500, as well as having their Cash for Points payment doubled too.
As an extra, there is a fantastic iPad giveaway to treat Sky Poker customers. All customers who are within 100 hands either side of the winning hand, will take part in an iPad Freeroll and be in line to win one of 5 iPads in an iPad Freeroll.*
Not a bad prize to take away from a party. The message is clear: Sky Poker is grateful and knows that no celebration would be complete without the key players, especially the 500th Millionth one!
For more information on this big prize giving party, visit http://www.skypoker.com and get involved in the celebrations!
*For all customers to be eligible for the 500 millionth hand promotion Cash and iPad Freeroll, they must have earned 50 poker points or more during March. You can check your poker points balance in ‘My Account’ or check the poker points display bar on the home page.
Sky Poker is the British Sky Broadcasting’s online poker division, which allows users to play poker online on their website and screens selected hands from various tournaments and cash games on Sky Poker TV, allowing players on the site to become the stars of the TV channel. Sky Poker focuses on UK poker players, with all play at the tables in pounds rather than dollars, as well as its own Sky Poker Tour around the country.