• Poker Maximus Tournaments - $1.5 Million Guaranteed!

    05 March 2012

    Newspaper

    Play for $1.5 million guaranteed in Poker Maximus tournaments at Aced Poker, with prize pools in 70 tournament events during the month of March, 2012! The Poker Maximus tournaments begin March 4th and end March 25th, with buy-ins ranging from $1.10 to $250 and prize pools ranging from $2k to $200k!

    Do you want part of this poker action? If so, you will find it at Aced Poker, Carbon Poker and PDC Poker. For brief information visit our poker bonus section. Or get the full details at one of your favorite Merge Gaming poker sites mentioned above; then select their “Tournaments” tab and then in the left menu select “Poker Maximus.”

    When you reach the Poker Maximus information area, you will see the current Tournaments and Guaranteeds; the game types, buy-ins and entry fees, and the start times. Every day you can play in plenty of poker satellite tourneys and main poker tournaments towards the main event $200k prize pools, and you can play for leader-board prizes as well.

    Play serious poker at Aced Poker, Carbon Poker or PDC Poker’s Poker Maximus Tournaments today, and you could win some serious cash prizes!

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