Grrrinders.com Running Daily Online Poker Tournaments
Subscription-Based Site Also Offering Seats to 2012 WSOP
Subscription poker site Grrrinders.com is letting its players compete for cash prizes every day of the week.
Weekday tournaments award up to $100. Saturdays have $50 prize pool cash tournaments on the hour every hour from noon to midnight. On Sundays, two $200 main events give players more to play for.
In addition, every Monday night at 9 p.m. ET, Grrrinders is giving away a $1,000 seat of a player’s choice to the 2012 World Series of Poker, along with Grrrinders gear and $500 in travel reimbursement.
A U.S. legal poker site, players on Grrrinders.com place no wagers, pay zero buy-ins, and make no cash deposits. Based out of Sparks, NV the fledgling site has become a refuge for the microstake and casual players who prefer tournament poker and have been effected by Black Friday. Over 1,000 players have plunked down $24.95 to play in over a thousand freerolls each month for cash, trips, and prizes.
“Our concept is rather simple. Compare us to going to your favorite buffet restaurant. You pay one price, and play in as many tournaments each month as you can, and win all the money you can during your stay,” said the site’s founder and director of operations, David Webb.
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