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SOFT Series Poker Tournaments Give Everyone a Shot at Winning $24K in Prizes including a $4100 WSOPC Prize Package

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Jan 17, 2008


St. Johns, Antigua (Press Release) – Next week, Intertops Poker starts its first SOFT Series –
20 poker tournaments designed especially for recreational and casual players, awarding a total
of $24,850 in prize money. The series kicks off with two $500 free rolls on Monday and culminates
in the Champions Tournament on November 25th where a $4100 prize package for
the WSOPC in sunny St Maarten will be awarded.

“We run a lot of higher stakes tournaments for our more hard-core players,” said Intertops’
poker manager. “But since our network is generally pretty soft, we created this
4series to give less competitive players a shot at winning.”

Most buy-ins are just $5 or $10. Most games are NL Hold’em but there are a few Pot Limit
Omaha events as well. There are six more aggressive six-handed Six Max events and three
fast-paced Turbo matches. Most events are scheduled for North American players,
but many are held earlier to suit European players as well.

The big attraction will certainly be Event 20 – the Champions Tournament (Sunday November 25th at 6:30 pm ET).
Each SOFT Series event winner will be awarded a ticket to that event which will send the
winner to the Caribbean for the WSOPC at the end of March.

Players can register for SOFT Series events under the Tournaments tab in the poker software.
Further information and full tournament schedule are available at:
Intertops Poker Promotion page

In addition to the busiest online poker room
on the Horizon Poker Network, Intertops Poker has
hundreds of online slots and table games from
Betsoft, Lucktap and Worldmatch. Players
use the same account for both poker and casino games.