Take 25 Lock Poker Pros and put a $100 bounty on each of them, add that to the freeroll prize pool of $7,500 and it equals a lot of great poker and cash that's just waiting for you to scoop up your share. PokerWorks started this unique series with Lock Poker with four events and now it's down to one final one, coming up on February 17th at 20:00 GMT. The last event is 6 Max NLH hosted by Stevie "Allinstevie" Devlin. Don't miss it!
The really good news - US players are welcome. How many times have you found a fantastic freeroll or bounty tournament or even a shot at a live event package on a poker site and you couldn't play because they didn't accept US players? Not so at Lock Poker - jump right in, kick back, and start jamming, no matter what country you live in the red carpet is waiting for you.
In order to play the Lock Pro Supremacy, you must have the obvious. What is that? A Lock Poker account through PokerWorks of course. If you are already a PokerWorks' referred player you only need to have made a minimum of $50 in deposits life time and then meet the point's requirements. Each tournament requires 50 Lock Points. If you aren't yet a Lock Poker player, signing up with PokerWorks will give you a front row seat to all of our special promotions with Lock Poker. Plus using our bonus code PWORKS1000 will give you 200% up to $1,000 on your first deposit. Jump into a game and earn 50 Lock Points and you are in. Tournament tickets are issued every 30 minutes and every 5 minutes on tournament days. Lock Poker Support works very hard to make sure everyone is credited with their tournament tickets, please be patient, but if you have any problem, use their excellent live support team that runs 24/7.
Last Thursday, the 3rd, found mnimoe winning the third Lock Pro Supremacy Freeroll and locking up $1,875 for first place. Sixty players made the money and many more picked up a bounty along the way - the bounty is credited to your account - and only two Lock pros made it to the money. This really is FREE money just waiting for you to come along and scoop it up. Don't miss the last one, your bankroll will thank you for playing!
It's not about the money...yeah, right! After losing $500,000 at blackjack and pai gow, it's about being too drunk to be allowed to gamble and the casino needs to step up to the plate and shoulder the blame and the loss.