Win Big with the Jackpot Boost Day at Sky Poker
LONDON, November 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –
Sky Poker is offering a fantastic jackpot prize for anyone who wins both the
Main Event and Mini Event on the same night.
Sky Poker is all about offering their customers the chance to win big cash prizes. And
with the Jackpot Boost, Sky Poker will give players a huge cash prize if they can win the
Main and Mini events on the same night.
But the best part? During the UK Online Poker Series, the Sky Poker
[http://www.skypoker.com/poker/sky_lobby ] Jackpot will be boosted to a staggering
You may be sat there thinking that the chances of winning both the Main and Mini
events on the same night are highly improbable, if not impossible. But it has been done
For example, the first winner of the Jackpot prize was Dylan “dylan12″ Davies. Dylan
won the 8pm Bounty Hunter and the 8.15pm Mini Bounty Hunter on 19th September 2011 to grab
himself GBP1,718 in winnings, along with a massive GBP6,500 Jackpot. Yes, that’s GBP8,218
in cash for a buy-in total of GBP25.30.
More recently, Alan “alan1506″ Jenkins won both the Primo and Mini Primo on Sunday
22nd January to scoop a staggering GBP6,800 jackpot prize. In addition, Alan pocketed
GBP405 for taking down the Mini Primo, while the first prize for the Primo itself was an
impressive GBP3,415. This meant that Alan took home just over GBP10,620. Not bad for an
evening of online poker [http://www.skypoker.com/poker/sky_lobby ]!
To give players more of an incentive to win the big Jackpot, Sky Poker will add
another GBP100 to the prize pool for each week that goes by with nobody winning it. Please
note that once the Jackpot has been won, the amount will be reset to GBP5,000.
Sky Poker is also offering players a consolation prize of GBP1,000 to anyone who wins
the Main Event and is in the final table at the Mini Event.
For more information, or to start playing online poker now, visit the Sky
Poker [http://www.skypoker.com/poker/sky_lobby ] website.
Sky Poker is the British Sky Broadcasting’s online poker division, which allows users
to play poker online on their website and screens selected hands from various tournaments
and cash games on Sky Poker TV, allowing players on the site to become the stars of the TV
channel. Sky Poker focuses on poker online and UK poker players, with all play at the
tables in pounds rather than dollars, as well as its own Sky Poker Tour around the
Sky Poker is licensed and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission
SOURCE Sky Poker