New Jersey 2016 Big Wins Through Online Poker Tournaments
Though we are just two weeks out from the new year, there have already been many big wins in New Jersey. With only three states allowing regulated online poker play, there is currently a monopoly on the online poker scene. New Jersey is arguably doing the best in online in gaming revenue. Because of this, sites such as partypoker NJ, borgatapoker.com, WSOP.com NJ, and 888poker NJ are looking to get players excited right from the start by running multiple tournaments throughout the first weeks.
The biggest win came during the partypoker NJ/borgatapoker.com $50,000 guarantee event. During the event, 352 different players competed, with Eric Patrick winning first place to take home $12,686. The second place prize went to a New Jersey player with the screen name of “breadcrumb,” who received $8990.
During the WSOP.com/888poker NJJ Sunday $30,000 guarantee event, another $9391 went to a New Jersey player named “fresh33”. The second place prize went to Cody Cluff for $5478, and Charlie Zimmerman placed fourth for $2435.
Sites such as partypoker, borgatapoker, and 888poker are looking to get players excited about playing poker in the new year, and they are each pulling in some of the highest revenues for online poker in the country. To continue doing so many events are already lined up.
For example, on borgatapoker.com you can win your way into qualifiers for the upcoming live winter poker tournament in Atlantic City. Each day you can also participate in a $10,000 guarantee tournament, while on Sundays there is a $50,000 tournament with a buy-in of $215. On January 31, the last Sunday of the month, this prize will be doubled to a $100,000 guarantee tournament. The buy-in will still remain at only $215.
Top players take full advantage of these ongoing tournaments to give themselves a shot at good money on a day-to-day basis. Without a doubt there will be many more wins going down throughout the next months; so don’t miss your chance to win big with online poker in 2016. Even if you’re new to poker there is no better place to start learning then through a friendly online casino.
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