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SunPoker Newsletter

Newsletter: Volume 3 - Issue 33 News

Invite a Friend

We know the bright and crisp look of the new SunPoker is much more appealing to the eye and this is the perfect time to invite your friends to join you on the brighter network!

When your friends join you on the tables and tournaments, we’ll credit you $100! On top of that your friend will also earn $100!

For every friend you invite to join you on the tables at SunPoker, you’ll both earn cash bonuses… Once your friend starts to play in any real-money ring games or tournaments, the “refer a friend” bonus is deposited into both your accounts as he/she reaches the following milestones:

How does your friend get the $100?

As they pursue the Refer a friend milestone, they will be earning SunPoints that are worth cash; therefore the SunPoints that complete the milestone are kept for cash rewards. Not only that, but with their first deposit they automatically qualify for the 100% Welcome Deposit Bonus…and you guessed, those same points help clear the bonus!

Get Started

To get started it is important you follow these simple 1-2-3 Steps

  1. Log onto your SunPoker Account
  2. Select “Invite a Friend” option in the Cashier
  3. Submit your friends email address through that sheet.

That’s all there is to it, once your friend registers an account with SunPoker he/she will be linked to your account and the credit process will begin as their gaming commences.

One important note to keep in mind please, your friend MUST register their account using the same email address that you invited them from.

There is no limit to the amount of friends you can invite to SunPoker, so open up that address book and start earning some extra cash!


Tournament News

Summers Tournament tab

Summer tournament continue on great discounted rated!

Tournaments start for as low as $0.03 and go all the way up to a $33 buy in, it really is your choice we just made it easier to pick and choose your tournament.

We have put together a set of our most popular tournaments under one category to simplify your gaming selection, under the Summers Tournaments tab you will notice a daily update in buy-in’s and tournaments ranging from Sit N Go’s to $60k Guaranteed games!

Satellites and Super Satellites will also be listed under this tab and this week you can select from a verity of Guaranteed tournaments that include;

  • Wednesdays $50,000 GTD
  • Saturday’s $35,000 GTD
  • Friday’s $60,000 GTD
  • $1,500 Dragon Tournaments
  • $1,000 Kylin Tournament
  • $1,000 GP Daily Dollar Tournament
  • $500 GP Top Gear Tournament

Simply connect and select and enjoy your favorite games at a lower rate this summer exclusively at SunPoker.

Poker Around the World


Bellagio accused of using marked cards in poker games

Many think that online poker isn’t a safe haven for poker players, but the fact of the matter always remains online poker is always a more legit and safer place to play and to add to this fact is the most recent schandal unfolding at the Bellagio Casino in Las Vegas.

Marked cards, collusion, chip-dumping, and all manner of nefarious dealings are still a problem on the live poker scene –just look at last year’s Ali Tekintamgac cheating scandal that caused an overhaul to tournament rules regarding reporters.

The latest allegation came from Jimmy Fricke (of Fricke-Rolled fame) when the young poker pro took to his Twitter account to detail how the cards used at the Bellagio are almost all marked:

“Every single ace of spades is marked at Bellagio and no one gives a shit at all. I’ve pointed it out in $10ks (tournaments) and in big cash games and no one cares,”

Fellow poker player Ryan Rinker (@ryanrinker) responded with the following tweets:

“@jvfricke they have been for a year now. I said something too….got ignored! I hide my cards behind chips and the floor won’t penalize you”

“@jvfricke because they know they are marked. A lot of the kings are marked too”

When asked why it was the Ace of Spades which was marked, Fricke responded with: “They are all warped because of the way they are stored,”

You may recall that the World Series of Poker had similar issues with unintentionally marked cards this past summer, which was caused by a manufacturing defect from the card company.

There has been no word yet from the Bellagio on the matter.

At the end of the day, we are firm believers that our virtual world will always be a safer gaming world!

Message from the CEO

Our website has be revamped and now we’re onto the software... give us your feed back via email or Tweet us @SunPoker

Message from the CEO 5 Tips for a Successful Poker All-in Strategy

“All-In” The one phrase in the poker world that grabs your attention, gets your heart racing, your palms sweating and causing a tension that can be cut with clean with a chip.

But really, when is the best time to use this phrase, when is the right time to declare that you're going "All-in"?.

This is the do or die move in the poker world that every player waits for, a move that can make or break you. Go all-in and you be finished or be victorious on one turn of a card.

Here are 5 tips that should help you to decide on when exactly is the right time is to go all-in.

1. Don't just wait until you've got the "nuts". If you do this you will be very predictable and opponents will simply fold to your all-in.

2. Remember that it is much easier to make an all-in bet than to call one. All you need to do to win the hand is bet when you're sure your opponent will fold.

3. If you are a strong chip leader you can bully your opponents into folding. You will lose some of your chips if you lose an all-in, they will lose them all and be out of the game.

4. Don't go all-in on a stone cold bluff. Always make sure that even though you might not have the best hand, you have a chance of making it with the cards that are still to be dealt. Put another way, leave yourself with "outs".

5. Beware of going all-in with a short stack of chips. You are far more likely to get called by a big stack because if you lose, you will be out of the tournament. You need to have an almost

Use these tips and you’ll soon be cleaning up at the poker tables.




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