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Global Poker becomes the latest organization that will seek to reward the efforts of poker players in December, with the card room hosting a number of events for the total prizing money of $250,000.

Seeing 2018 Off $250,000 Richer

It’s the end of the year and a number of card rooms, from PokerStars, to Unibet, to PartyPoker, are looking into ways to make December count. Global Poker is now jumping into the same bandwagon, hoping to boost the winnings of its users by announcing a new tournament series worth $250,000.

More importantly still, the card room will be introducing innovative formats, which will be tailored for players in the United States. The portal will also introduce a number of promotions and bonuses, which will help players to gradually add to their bankrolls.

According to the website, Global Poker will be hosting a number of giveaways and offer more incentives in order to benefit plyers during the holiday season. In a sense, the $250,000 up for grabs are just part of the Christmas treats that can be claimed starting in December.

These promotions range from Gold Coin package giveaways to free rolls, which have been increasingly popular with the community. While Global Poker wants to reach out to as many players as it can, anyone interested may need to keep their eyes open for the upcoming gifts bonanza, as some of those will only be available for a limited amount of time.

As per the latest feedback from customers, Global Poker has been diligently updating its lobbies to invite more intuitive play and help customers experience a card room that is rid of any technical gimmicks. They have been also reaching out through e-mail to help customers always be in the know.

The social media of the portal has stayed busy, with Instagram and Facebook actively advertising each promotion as it comes up.

After the Updates, the Additions

Following the mild visual and functionality updates, Global Poker is fully prepared to push ahead and start adding new games.

Presently, the portal has managed to add Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO) and Crazy Pineapple offerings. One of the greatest successes of the company has been the fruit-variety games that are taking place every day, offering varying buy-ins that are quite accessible.

One of the highlights in the recent history of the card room is of course the Eagle Cup II, which was an 81-event festival with quite the turn-up. The Eagle Cup II went in the way of known poker pro Richard Brodie.

Following the successful Eagle Cup festival, the card room is now preparing to move into December with a fair bit of treats under its belt. On its own, Global Poker provides an accurate and exhaustive ranking of all events and players worldwide, which is always a helpful tool.

However, December will bring around something entirely different. Instead of visiting Global Poker’s database to be caught up to the latest events, you will want to join in the action that promises to dish out a number of tempting rewards.