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6 March 2006

LOS ANGELES, California – (PRESS RELEASE) – - The Home of Texas Hold'Em is offering a series of six big money prize pool tournaments culminating with the Grand Tournament VII, a No Limit Texas Hold'Em poker game guaranteeing players $1,000,000 of prize pool money. An additional $900,000 of guaranteed money is spread among five tournaments of varying games. These including Hold'Em Short Handed, Limit, No Limit, Omaha Hi/Lo and 5 Card Stud. Ultimately the Grand Series week adds an additional $50,000 Table of Champions Free Roll Tournament. The week kicks off April 24th 2006 with a Short Handed, No Limit Texas Hold'Em game guaranteeing a $300,000 prize pool.

Players can qualify for these big money events through Sit & Go play and Multi-Table Satellites. Seventeen Multi Table Tournaments are held daily as qualifiers with Buy Ins from $7 + $1 to $100 + 8.

Currently for any new account opened at and a deposit of a minimum $100 customers will receive a free $11 + 1 Grand Series VII qualifier entry.

"The ability for players at to compete for such huge sums of tournament money is exciting. There are a variety of on-line options for playing poker but few able to do tournaments like these. Our goals are high and this really helps in reaching them," said J. Fisch Marketing Director of and its brands. "We offer friendly, personalized service to our players and they tell us we have the best customer service in the industry. Alamo Poker combines the best of both worlds for on-line poker players, small company service and attitude with big company payouts". currently offers more than 24 tournaments per day providing over $250,000 in tournament prize money weekly. Buy ins range from $1 to $1,000.

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