Sky Poker Tour is Back In Action
Online poker room Sky Poker has announced that their live poker tour is back in action. The Sky Poker Tour will be hitting Blackpool for a special event on June 23rd and 24th. The tour event will have a guaranteed GBP 30,000 on the table and this will be the fourth tour to take place since late last year.

The G-Casino in Blackpool will be hosting the event and the first every Bounty Hunter tournament will take place during this stop. With the bounty tournament, each player will have a ‘bounty’ on their head. Players will pay a GBP 150 fee to compete and 50 of each fee will go toward the bounty. When a player is knocked out of the tournament, the player who stays will earn the 50 prize. bounties are kept by each player even if they are knocked out of the competition.

Sky Poker will also have pros on hand during the event, those from Sky Poker television. The professional players will be competing in the main events as well as the side events so players will be able to compete alongside the pros in the competition.

Players who are priority customers at the online poker room will have the ability to buy-in directly to the events on the Sky Poker Tour. Players can check out all the tour has to offer by visiting the Sky Poker Tour website. The website lists all the events on the tour stop and players can figure out exactly what events they would like to participate in.

Sky Poker is a popular choice for British poker players as they are part of the British Sky Broadcasting division. Users can play online poker at the Sky Poker website and then play games on Sky Poker TV as well.

- 2012-06-05


Top 3 Online Poker Rooms


› Established 1996 in Costa Rica.


› Established 1995 in Kahnawake.
100% bonus up to $1000


› Established 2007 in Kahnawake.
200% bonus up to $5000
Copyright 1999-2019 - InsideBet.com. Privacy Policy.
We of course think that our online poker guide features the best internet poker rooms available but if you are interested in learning more about this card game then Wikipedia has a number of pages about it, including Texas Holdem rules and hands. They also feature information on most other kinds of leading poker games. If you are interested in poker rakeback then Rakeback.org has it covered quite well.