Go Tell the Titan: Online Poker Site Offering Discounts, Trying to Catch Your Attention

OK… I know this is an advertisement in a way (and I hate being a shill), but this sounds like a good deal for those of us who play poker online.

Anyway, it’s worth a look.

Anyone who has played at titanpoker.com, please let me know about your experience.

I plan on playing this weekend when I have some time.

Here’s the deal: Titanpoker.com, an online poker room in Europe, is offering discounts on buy-ins to some of its most prestigious tournaments during the month of January 2011.

Discounts range from 50% to 80% off the regular tournament buy-in prices. The guaranteed prizes awarded to winning poker players in the tournaments remain unchanged.

A total of 14 tournaments starting January 7, 2011, with a combined guaranteed prize pool totaling $750,000, will be staged at discounted entries.

The series of New Year Super Sale tournaments kicks off with the Friday $60,000 Guaranteed tournament, an event with a 50% discounted buy-in and entries going for $50+$5.

Sounds good. But let the buyer beware…is all I am saying.

The biggest discounts of 80% off the usual tournament buy-in amounts are being offered for entries to the High Roller Monday$35,000 Guaranteed; Monday Night Omaha $5,000 Guaranteed, and Super Tuesday $30,000 Guaranteed tournaments.

The series finale is the Sunday $200,000 Guaranteed Prize tournament on January 16, 2011, with entries of $100+$9, a 66% discount off the usual buy-in cost.

Online poker players are invited to download the user-friendly Titan Poker software.

Here is what Titanpoker.com says about itself: [remember, this is them speaking, or rather, their P.R. people.]

Titanpoker.com is part of the iPoker Network. Titan Poker’s software is developed and maintained by Playtech, a public company and leading gaming software developer. With nearly 30,000 online players at peak hours, Titan Poker guarantees $16,000,000 in monthly prizes, features special sit ‘n’ go tournaments with progressive jackpots as high as $100,000, and awards players with entries to major worldwide poker tournaments

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