The more things change, the more they stay the same.
If you haven’t visited PokerSourceOnline.com in a while, it is about time you do. Poker Source Online (PSO), the home of the original poker promotions, is bigger and better than ever. It may look a bit different now, but everything you are used to, plus many new things that you will love, are still there.
The best part: there are more freebies flying around the site than ever before. PSO, known for its generous monthly freerolls, has upped the ante, sponsoring a freeroll at one of its partner online poker rooms every week. And now, rather than having them all start at night in the eastern time zone, many will begin in prime time in Europe so that all customers have a chance to participate, while still getting sleep. The highlight freeroll this spring is at a new partner, Gnuf Poker, which will feature a $12,000 World Series of Poker for the winner.
The overlay-heavy PSO poker leagues are back, too. After a longer than expected hiatus since the Fall 2006 league because of all the turmoil in the industry, the Spring 2007 league has gotten a great reception. For only $5.50 per tournament (there are eight in all), players have the opportunity to not only win money as normal, but to also claim a portion of around $600 of added money injected by PSO! The overall winner of the league will receive $1,400 worth of prizes.
The spring league is almost over, but PSO has plans to start up another shortly. In fact, two simultaneous leagues are in the works, one for North Americans and one for Europeans. Anybody will be allowed to play in the leagues, but just like the freerolls, the events in each will start at times suitable for players on different sides of the Atlantic.
As if all the free money PSO is giving away every week wasn’t enough, there are new poker room promotions, new free gifts, and new features on the PSO website to make it easier to keep track of your account.
PokerSourceOnline.com…”NEW AND IMPROVED!”
Seriously, if you are not taking advantage of free money, then what the heck are you doing?