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Best Online Poker Tournaments
#1 Pick is PartyPoker.com

 

Party Poker is the largest on the internet. Up to 40,000 players per night. Their customer service is excellent. Offering 20% extra Bonus up to $100 to the new player. Home of the Partypoker.com millions tournament. Great promotions for loyal customers. The software is free to download.


 

#2 Pick is GoldenPalacepoker.com
 

New players at GoldenPalacePoker.com currently get an incredible 25% sign-up bonus to get started, and the incentives don't stop there. Many sites will offer a great bonus to get you in the door, then forget about you once you've made your first deposit. At GoldenPalacePoker.com you will receive a steady stream of player rewards and promotions throughout your player lifetime. Software is free to download and try. The competition is not as competitive and GP would make a good choice for someone looking to test the waters with a small bankroll.

 

Best Online College Poker Tournaments
The Only place to Play College Poker

 

 If you are a College Student and love to play Poker.  Click above!

 

Tournaments are competition Poker tables. The objective of a tournament is to consistently finish with a stronger Poker hand than your opponents, and take first place. Tournament games are played until one Player has won all the chips.

All game types in the system, such as Texas Hold'em or 5-Card Stud, can be played as Single Table tournaments. Only Texas Hold'em can be played as a Multi-table tournament.

Tournament Poker uses the rules of the Poker game played, but there are tournament-specific rules that can apply.