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MTV celebs the bounty in new tournament

Discussion in 'Casinomeister's Poker Room' started by jetset, May 7, 2008.

    May 7, 2008
  1. jetset

    jetset Ueber Meister CAG

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    MTV 'REAL WORLD' CELEBS FOR POKER ROOM

    DoylesRoom marketers set up new bounty tournament

    The tournament designers at popular online poker room DoylesRoom.com are promising interest, possible reward and the novelty of mixing it up with MTV celebrities from 'The Real World' in a forthcoming tournament.

    For a buy-in of under $28 DoylesRoom players will have the opportunity to compete and interact online with the celebrity contestants from the current season of the popular television program, who will act as bounties in the promotion starting Wednesday this week.

    'Real World' competitors Dave Sky, Will Gill and Parisa Montazaran will all take part in the poker contest, and if any player in the tournament manages to nail all three celebs they will receive a useful $25 000 cash prize. Those players who achieve two celebrity knockouts will win $5 000, and bounty hunters who claim one celebrity scalp will get $500.

    First flighted in 1992, 'The Real World' reality television series has run for a record-breaking 20 seasons and is largely acknowledged as the pioneer of the genre.

    Adding further icing to the cake, DoylesRoom is making it possible for first-timer bounty tourney players to practically play for free by using the poker room's fee rebate incentive. All newbie Bounty Tournament entrants will receive a 100 percent rebate of their buy-in and fees.
     

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