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Winter Online Casino Tournament Heading This Way

This section of Online Casino Archives deals with the entertainment industry and covers issues that are, well, entertaining. So, what can be more entertaining than a $2.5 million tournament of all-around online casino poker? Titan Poker has announced that the European Championship of Online Poker 2007 will be held at the end of this year and will be powered by Playtech, one of the biggest gambling software providers in the business. The big tournament is going to be the biggest online event this winter. After all, with $2.5 million in guaranteed prizes – how can’t be?

The event is planned to run for ten straight days starting at the end of November. The online casino site will give great cash giveaways during those days so everyone will be having fun. Organizers are offering many options for you to win at, and there are many ways to score. The top 50 players of the entire event will enter to a $50,000 free roll, so you don’t have to be number 1 or 2 to make some money. Be it an online casino tournament, there will be a lot of players trying to enlist and win a seat at the table. There will be plenty of sit ‘n’ go tournaments and multi-table satellites.

You can find additional information regarding the great tournament at the online casino site, or here at Online Casino Archives as things progress. Just like with any other online gambling tournaments of this magnitude there will be a lot of side-action. Other online casinos will offer satellites to the event and Titan Poker itself will run several promotions and offer great opportunity of have fun and make some money. The site announced that about $6 million will be spent during the period of the tournament and the short time before it starts. This is your chance to experience some of the best online casino entertainment around.

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With a background in game development spanning 8 years, Sam Peterson is OCA’s leading authority in the world of online gaming. His focuses include new releases and gaming providers.

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