Saturday, 13 March 2010
BoylePoker is giving poker loving horse racing fans the chance to win some of their cash back if they lose out at the National Hunt showpiece.
The Irish poker room will be running a €2,500 freeroll for all punters who place a losing bet of at least £1 at BoyleSports on any race at the Cheltenham Festival from Tuesday 16th to Friday 19th March. The freeroll tournament takes place on Thursday 25th March at 8pm with players receiving notification of their entry on 23rd March.Paul Spillane, head of poker at the site said, "For many of our customers Cheltenham is the biggest week of the year and we wanted to give a little something back to those whose horses don't make it up the hill in front. When the dust settles after a hectic week of racing our punters who lose just one bet will still have something to play for!"
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