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Global Poker Is Sending Poker Players To The Seas With Card Player Cruises

Poker Players Can Win Their Way Aboard The Royal Caribbean Liberty Of The Seas For Just SC$1!

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No matter where you are reading this, there’s a good chance that you’d rather be relaxing on the deck of a luxurious ocean liner, the warm sun against your skin as you sip a large, fruity cocktail with a little umbrella poking out the top. Or perhaps you’d rather be on a tropical island paradise with perfect, clear, white beaches as far as the eye can see, swimming in pristine, blue water with some majestic sea turtles.

If so, then keep reading, because Global Poker is sending poker players cruising this May with the Ship It Series, an online poker tournament event that will award its winners with a dream vacation.

Working in conjunction with Card Player Cruises, Global Poker is giving players the chance to win the trip of a lifetime. You and a guest could be cruising around the Caribbean enjoying idyllic Jamaica and Mexico, relaxing in a posh cabin with its very own balcony on one of the world’s best ocean liners for just SC$1!

A SC$1 price tag is a phenomenal deal considering the package itself is valued at $4,000! Players will receive their accommodation, food, drinks, travel and expenses, plus buy-ins for poker tournaments being played on the cruise. There are only 10 packages to be won, so you do not want to miss out!

Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the SeasPrepare to set sail from Galveston, Texas on Sunday, May 5 on the magnificent Royal Caribbean ship the Liberty of the Seas, one of the most luxurious entertainment ships in the fleet. Feel any stress slip away as the anchor pulls up and the ship drifts into the ocean and let your hair down at the opening evening welcome cocktail party and dinner in an exclusive, specially reserved area. Raise the tempo after dinner, when the poker room opens. The cruise and poker rooms are fully staffed by professionals, ready to cater to your every need.

Take advantage of once-in-a-lifetime sightseeing opportunities in port during the day – explore rain forests, ancient ruins and beautiful architecture or watch friendly stingrays. While in Cozumel, visit Playa Palancar – a beautiful haven that feels almost like a private beach. It offers a range of activities if you’re so inclined, or a more peaceful environment if you’d rather lounge under the sun and order a margarita at one of the beach bars. Rent snorkel gear and head out from the beach and explore the nearby reef, go kayaking, or simply enjoy the excellent local seafood.

In George Town, Grand Cayman, there’s plenty to suit everyone’s desires. Venture inside the Crystal Caves – huge, natural limestone caves and witness the remarkable, crystallized stalactites, stalagmites, underground lakes, and more. Or swim with the rays at Stingray City, a unique attraction where you can experience these wonderful, gentle creatures up close, and even feed them!

While docked in Falmouth, Jamaica, explore the historic town founded in 1769, just a short walk from the cruise port. Walk through history, where many of the stately Georgian buildings still remain. Falmouth was once one of Jamaica’s busiest ports, trading sugar and rum. If history isn’t so much your thing, book an island tour to make the most of your time there – go to Ocho Rios, or Dunn’s River Falls. If you’d prefer a more laid-back vibe to historical exploring, learn about the enduring legacy of one of Jamaica’s most famous sons – Bob Marley.

When you’re finished sightseeing during the day get ready to take part in the poker action back on the ship. Cash games run whenever the ship is at sea and there are a wide range of limits to suit every need. There is also a full slate of tournaments to play on the boat. The Global Poker packages being given away will take care of two event buy-ins, including a $150 tournament of your choosing and the $340 main event. Do you have what it takes to be the ship’s champion?

Global Poker is holding a four-week qualifying period right now! The series qualifiers run March 21 through April 21, so be sure to get yourself onto the tables and you can find yourself sailing away on a once-in-a-lifetime cruise.

It’s that simple! No purchase necessary.

If you’re ready to start winning, don’t wait, sign up for Global Poker today and get started playing.


Join the action in the fastest-growing poker room in the world with Global Poker.

If you have been around poker players in the United States lately then you have probably heard about Global Poker. The new kid on the block as far as online poker sites go has taken the poker world by storm. After launching, Global Poker has cemented itself among the top 10 sites worldwide for player volume and as the fastest growing site for US players.

It doesn’t matter what your stake or preference is, Global Poker has something for you. Using their virtual currency of $weeps Cash players can enjoy both full ring and shorthanded games from stakes of $0.02-$0.04 right up to $10-$20 in both Texas hold’em and Omaha.

You may be asking yourself “what is $weeps Cash and what is it about them that has made Global Poker the most popular new site among US poker players?” The good news is that it is actually a simple process which more and more players are using to play for real cash prizes.

You can jump onto the Global Poker website and purchase a virtual currency called Gold Coins. You can then use these Gold Coins to enter into ring games, sit n go’s and tournaments. Gold Coins work much the same as play money chips on other poker sites, meaning that you can accumulate them and use them in different games but they can never be redeemed for real money.

As a way to promote the sale of Gold Coins, players are given bonus sweepstakes prizes by way of $weeps Cash with every Gold Coin purchase that they make. The $weeps Cash can be used to buy into the $weeps Cash tournaments and ring games, however, any of these that are accumulated or won can be cashed out as real cash prizes.