LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Aug. 9, 2012) - Many players say that superstition in poker is a bad thing. But Sky Poker has made the number seven lucky for everyone with their new Lucky 7s tournament.
On every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 8.45pm, the £1,000 GTD Lucky 7s will cost online poker players just £7.77 to enter. The blinds will also go up every seven minutes, with the top seven players winning a seat into the next Lucky 7s tournament on top of their prize payout.
But that's not the best part! If the Lucky 7s tournament that you are participating in has the TV icon next to it, it means that your play may be featured and analysed live on Sky Poker TV show that night. With all of this extra value, and the potential to have you hands analysed on TV... Lucky 7s is really an incredible event!
So if you have not joined Sky Poker, but are keen to participate in a Lucky 7s tournament, Sky Poker offer a series of new player rewards. This includes a free £10 when you join (enter promo code POKER to activate this), as well as entry into two £2,500 Freerolls.
New and old players may also enjoy one of Sky Poker's fantastic Sit 'n' Go competitions.
A Sit 'n' Go tournament is very similar to a regular tournament, but it starts as soon as the required number of poker players have been seated to play. A normal Sky Poker tournament, on the other hand, will include as many people who have registered by the starting time. This could be anywhere between 10 and 1,000 players.
Typically a "one table tournament", a Sit 'n' Go is literally a case of sitting in and then going!
For more information on all of our games and offers, please visit the Sky Poker website.
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 poker online and 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.
Sky Poker is licensed and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC).