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Online Tournament Players Prepare For The Eagle Cup, Returning October To Global Poker

Series Returns For The Fourth Year, Features More Than Three Weeks Of Action

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Global Poker’s longest-running online tournament series, the Eagle Cup, is returning to the site for the fourth year.

The series officially kicks off Oct. 26 and features more than three weeks of tournament action with huge guarantees. Overall, the schedule has 103 Gold Coin events, along with 104 Sweeps Coin events. There’s more than GC 360 million and SC 1.2 million up for grabs!

To reward their loyal players, Global Poker is hosting a SC 5,000 opening freeroll on Sunday, Oct. 25. This freeroll is open to anyone with a Global Poker account, no purchase necessary. However, the tournament may fill up, so be sure to sign up and get your seat today.

The site has also planned additional pop-up freerolls for Oct. 30-31, and Nov. 6-7. Between noon and 8 p.m. ET, there will be three random freerolls per day, with the details released an hour before the tournaments begin.

Tournament winners will not only receive a custom Eagle Cup IV avatar, but also a Global Poker Champions Pack, which includes a trophy and exclusive site SWAG. Winners will also be invited to compete in the Tournament of Champions on Sunday, Nov. 22.

If you haven’t already, sign up for Global Poker and start playing today.


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.

It doesn’t matter what your stake or preference is, Global Poker has something for you.

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