In case you missed them in our daily News Flash, here's the rewind for your reading pleasure:
Woman Poker Player's Report on New Year's Resolutions
Bringing the economic slump, bigger poker schedules, along with personal lives and health issues into the limelight, Danielle Adams Benham puts a nice twist on some of the humor of News Year’s resolutions and the issues faced by others. "With the top two resolutions determined, I looked at my data set to find that in 2011 we are certainly going to have a more loving poker community! Peace, love, happiness and health were many player choices for 2011." Winner Poker Freeroll - Time is Short
The fantastic $2,500 Winner Poker Freeroll Series at PokerWorks is winding down. January 4th at 19:35 will be one of your last chances to play in this Series. There is one more coming on January 18th but you don't want to miss every opportunity to scoop up free cash. All you need is Winner Poker account at PokerWorks, a minimum deposit of $20 and earn 10 Winner Poker Points to use as your buy-in.
Poker Players Head to Haiti for Working Vacation
It's not only poker players that are going on a working vacation, it's people in the East Bay area from Cornerstone Christian Church in Livermore that are generous with their compassion and time that are looking for ways to pay their way to Haiti to help Haitians recover from January's magnitude 7.0 earthquake that devastated the country. Every thought and effort makes a difference, give what you can!
Lock Poker $10K Exclusive Freeroll
The first of four Lock Poker $10K Freerolls kicks off on January 6th at 20:00 GMT. Play with the pros and bust them to lock up a $100 bounty on each, with 25 Lock Poker Pros and Guests, the $7,500 Freeroll prize pool + bounties = $10K. The bounties are automatically credited by Lock Poker giving you an opportunity to pad your poker bankroll with cash even if you don't place in the tournament money. The first Lock Poker Pro Supremacy Freeroll is hosted by Matt Stout. Play Good!
PokerNews Casting Call - The Hostess Hunt
The video hostess girls at PokerNews really spend their time in the trenches, behind the cameras and in their presentation, it's a 'bust butt' type of business where you have to know your stuff and if you didn't know it before, you have to learn it, eat it, drink it, think it, and sleep it to stay at the head of the mainstream of poker news around the globe. But it is exciting, you're on camera, the world hears you, and now PokerNews needs two new hostesses. Throw your hat in the ring.