Everest Poker is Perfect for Omaha Players

Sometimes it’s tough finding Omaha promotions since everything in online poker seems to revolve around holdem poker.  Thankfully, there are places like Everest Poker where people can go to find Omaha promotions.  Everest’s latest deal involving Omaha poker is called “Omaha Nights.”

Omaha Nights happens every Thursday at 18:00 GMT and 20:00 GMT, and both times offer a separate poker tournament.  The 18:00 GMT tournament is only $5 + $0.50 to enter with the prize pool offering $1,000 guaranteed.  Those who play poker in the 20:00 GMT tournament only have to pay a $2 + $0.20 buy-in, and the prize pool in this tourney is $500.

Obviously you won’t get rich from cashing in one of these Omaha tournaments.  However, Omaha Nights is the perfect promotion for players who want to try Omaha poker games, yet don’t want to risk a lot of money.  And as an added bonus, those who make the final poker table of an Omaha Nights event will automatically get into the monthly bounty tournament for free.  In this free poker tournament, you’ll compete for a $500 prize, and you earn an extra $50 if you can knock an Everest pro out of the tournament.

Getting back to Omaha Nights, if you’d like to play in one of these tourneys, you should join Everest Poker and look at their poker software.  Go to the “Special” tab in the “Scheduled Tournaments” section to find the Omaha Nights tournaments. 

But before you do any of this, you should sign up for a VIP deal.  With Everest’s VIP Program, you’ll be able to earn up to 32% back while playing at the poker tables.

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