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A real cliffhanger....

Discussion in 'Casinomeister's Poker Room' started by jetset, Sep 12, 2007.

    Sep 12, 2007
  1. jetset

    jetset Ueber Meister CAG

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    THIS POKER GAME IS A REAL CLIFFHANGER

    Extreme's Poker's latest thriller will have players on a high, but courting a big drop

    North Head, Manly close to Australian capital city Sydney is the venue for the latest Extreme Poker challenge, where players learn the tough way to keep calm and collected under extreme duress.

    The current challenge will see the players engaged in a top level Texas Hold 'Em game against skilled opponents - all of them sitting around a table on a transparent wire mesh platform suspended 90 metres over a precipitous cliff-face!

    Combining the skill of cards with the challenges of extreme sports in this literally cliffhanger final, six Australian players will join battle on Thursday, 4 October 2007.

    Poker is taking Australia by storm with clubs and pubs around the country hosting games every night, making it a prime choice as the venue for the latest challenge.

    At North Head, Manly, the poker table will be suspended above the jagged rocks and unpredictable Pacific Ocean below. Concentration in this game will be critical, as the rules are simple: lose the game and there is only one way off the table via the express elevator down to the sea below.

    As players are busted out they will have to bungey-jump off the platform - certainly a new experience for many!

    The ultimate winner will be jetted off to the Caribbean Island of St Kitts for the Extreme Poker Underwater finals in December courtesy of You must register/login in order to see the link..

    Extreme Poker tournaments have been played around the world (see previous InfoPowa reports): underwater at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea; in the Arctic Circle at -30C and flying 30 000 feet above the Las Vegas desert where the losers had to take a freefall parachute drop.

    Playing poker successfully requires discipline and confidence, quick and accurate decision making skills and of course knowing the game. Organiser Peter Marcus says: Extreme Poker is aimed to test the physical and mental limits of even the most seasoned pub poker player and takes the much-loved game of Texas Holdem to heart racing and exhilarating frontiers.

    Anyone over the age of 18 is eligible to play in the Australian Extreme Poker Tournament. All six seats will be up for grabs through an on-air and online radio promotion and through the Extreme Poker.com site.
     

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