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Tournament Poker




Tournament poker has been around for quite some time now, but recently has been given a solid amount of support thanks to media coverage and great promotion. Nowadays, the tournament poker scene is flourishing with a lot of established greats and even more new talents that are out to prove their worth in the card-playing arena. Tournament poker events these days mean millions of dollars for most players, and come with the pride and prestige as well as the adoration of many poker loving fans from all over the world.

There are a lot of professional tournament poker organizations that are out there right at present, pushing for the promotion of the game to new, younger, and hungrier players. This leads to a steady influx of fresh poker players and more tournaments with participants eager to stake their claim in sponsored, big pay out tournaments.



Tournament poker generally starts with qualifying events. These qualifying events may either be conducted at a venue for a certain period of time or at online poker tournaments that are sanctioned, monitored, and observed by judges in order to promote fair play.
Those who pass the initial qualifying rounds are then given or sent invites to be able to join a congregation of players from all over the world and take part in bigger tournaments with better prizes.

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