Phil Ivey and Chris “Jesus” Ferguson were battling it out for first place on the second day of the Monte Carlo Millions, “the world’s most exclusive poker tournament”, sponsored by PrimaPoker.com.
The first-ever poker tournament in the Principality of Monaco, it is being held at the Sporting d’Hiver in Monte-Carlo from November 6-13. The field boasts twenty-seven WSOP gold bracelet holders, seven World Poker Tour Championship titles, and nearly 20% of the 2004 Top 100
Money List which determines the biggest winners of the year.
Ivey was ahead with $404,500 in chips, Ferguson was second with $281,500, Vincent Napolitano third with $246,500.
Some of the biggest names in Togel Online poker were struggling to get to the final table. Among them were Joe Beevers (19th), Ross Boatman (22nd), Tony Bloom (24th), Mel Judah (26th), Tony G (46th), Scotty Ngyuen (64th), Dave Devilfish Ulliott (65th), Layne Flack (71st) and Howard Lederer
Eight of the players for the $1 million prize pool won their seats online at satellite tournaments through Prima Poker Network card rooms. Their $20,000 package includes round-trip airfare for two, a seven-night stay at the Hotel Hermitage, private helicopter transportation from Nice to Monte-Carlo, a tour of the French Riviera.
PokerChamps gives players a chance to share
How can you get a website to pay for your poker? By introducing a lot of new poker players, that’s how.
Gus Hansen’s innovative new online poker room, www.pokerchamps.com, gives back part of all the rakes taken from “your” poker players as a reward for suggesting others. A proportion of the money spent by any players that they, in turn, suggest also goes back to you. So the more people you suggest – and the more they suggest – the more kickbacks you’ll get. Every time you recommend a friend to this online poker room, you get a share of his rake – and of all the people’s he or she introduces and so on, for all the generations of poker players that trace back to you.
Think of it as an inverted pyramid – or a tree, with branches growing from the trunk and other branches from those branches and so on. For every leaf on that tree you get a kickback!
When you sign up as a player at PokerChamps online poker room you automatically enter the PokerChamps CashFlow Bonus Program, which will earn you money from Day One. And you automatically become an affiliate. That means that when you get any other person to sign up at PokerChamps, you automatically begin to earn money from his play.
All you have to do is to give him your affiliate code, which is awarded to you when you sign up. If you have a web site or home page you can use any number of them to automatically get the sign-up under your name. There are no forms to complete, and once you agree to the conditions of being a player at PokerChamps online poker room, you automatically become an affiliate.
As those you sign up start signing up others, your affiliate tree will soon begin to grow exponentially. You will automatically receive bonus points from all players in your affiliate tree. You don’t even have to play poker on PokerChamps to rake in money.