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Scale the Ladder to Become Lord of the Rungs at Mansion Poker

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Mansion Poker is inviting all online poker players to climb to the top of the cash ladder and show that they have what it takes to become Lord of the Rungs. Do you think that you are up to the task? Then prove your tournament poker savvy and join in the competitio n where you could win thousands of dollars!

In this great new tournament promotion, Mansion Poker players can take the challenge to move up the five step ladder by either starting at step one or choosing to buy-in directly to any of the first four steps along the way. And to make sure every poker player can afford to get on the ladder to success, there are both low stakes and high-stakes buy-ins available, to suit every bankroll!

Each rung on the online poker ladder offers you the chance to either move up, move down, or to give it another try. When you play hard to reach the top level of five, your chance to walk away with some serious cash will be at hand! For players on a limited poker budget, the low stakes buy-ins start at just $0.50 and offer a top prize of $150, but even the high stakes buy-ins won't bust your bankroll because they begin at only $10 and have a colossal top prize payout of $4,500!

Every rung of the ladder is offered as a 10 seat Sit n Go online poker tournament that begins just as soon as 10 players have registered to play. For the low stakes tables in the Mansion Poker promotion, Rung One tournaments are just $0.45 + $0.05 and the top two finishers will advance to Rung Two and the players finishing in third through fifth positions will earn another shot at winning a Rung One tournament. At the Rung two level, the buy-in is $1.35 + $0.15, and once again the top two players will move up to Rung Three, while finishing positions three and four will go back for another chance to win a Rung Two tournament. The fifth place finisher will move backward for an additional shot at a Rung One win.

At the Rung Three level, players can buy-in for $4.50 + $0.50 and battle it out for the top three finishing positions that will advance them up to Rung Four. In addition, fourth place will get a second chance for a Rung Three win, while fifth and sixth places will move back to Rung One to try again. For Rung Four, players can join the competition for $12 + $1 where they will play for the top three positions to move on to Rung five, or land another try at Rung Four when they finish in fourth. The fifth place finisher will move back for another chance at Rung Three, while the sixth and seventh place finishers will move back to try again at Rung Two.

Those who make it to the top of the ladder will be well rewarded for their efforts when at Rung Five, the best of the best will battle it out for their share of the cash with the first place finisher being awarded $150, second place receiving $100, and third place taking $50.

For the High Stakes tables, the structure is the same with the top spots advancing to the next rung and players who finish through fifth position moving back down to try again. The buy-in for Rung One tables is $9 + $1, Rung Two is $27 + $3 and Rung Three is $90 + $10. Rung Four has a buy-in of $270 + $30 and the top two spots will advance to the final step - Rung Five, with the third and fourth place finishers going back to Rung Four, and fifth place moving back to Rung Three. The top of the ladder is Rung Five, where the action will really heat up! With a buy-in of $950 + $50 the competition will be fierce for the top prize of $4,500, second place being awarded $2,500, third place receiving $1,500, and fourth place winning $1,000!

Start climbing the ladder to sweet winning poker success today at Mansion Poker to see if you can make it all the way to the top and claim your cash prize!

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