Saturday, 6 April 2013
One of the highlights of the sporting calendar takes place this Saturday as the Grand National returns to Aintree and you could be quids in even if your nag falls at the first fence.
Black Belt Poker is hosting a special Grand National inspired tournament and is sweetening the prize pool by $1,000 if you manage to win the tournament and pick the winner of the big race.The Grand Grand National is a $50+5 freezeout with a $2,500 guaranteed prize pool which gets under way at 8pm on Saturday 6 April. To make your prediction, simply post the name of the horse in the groups thread titled 'The Grand Grand National' before the beginning of the race. "Even the most sensible of people can't resist a flutter on Grand National day," suggested Neil Channing, "and we thought we'd do the same at Black Belt Poker and gamble a grand. This is a great opportunity to boost your bankroll and give us a right 'mare." Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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