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November Tournaments at Online Vegas Casino

November 8, 2008

As they do each month, Online Vegas Casino has announced a fantastic set of tournaments for November.

Two of the tournaments are feeder tournaments that offer 4 seats to the December’s X-max High Roller $250 buy-in pot percentage tournament. And to make sure that winners can do their Christmas shopping well in time these feeder tournaments offer great cash prizes. The first of these is the Guaranteed Slots Tournament that runs from Mondays to Thursdays. The tournament has an entry fee of $5 with a rebuy of $5. Players start with credits worth $250 and vie for the prize pool of $1,500. A different slot game is featured every week. Currently the 5 Reel version of the Wheel of Chance is in progress. This will be followed by The Right Prize, Magic Monkey and The Last King of Egypt. These are the latest video slots from Vegas Technology and even if players do not win they will have a great time playing some new games. The Feeder Tournaments run over the weekends from Fridays to Sundays. They have an entry fee of $20 with a rebuy of $20. The higher buy-in is worth every cent because the guaranteed prize pool is a whopping $10,000. Players start with credits worth $350 for these tournaments. As in the earlier tournament the slot games rotate every week. The online slots chosen for November are Fat Cat, Vegas Party, X marks the Spot and Solomon’s Mines.

Do not miss X Marks the Spot. It is a popular video bonus slot based on a pirate theme. The symbols on the reels are Captain Pirate, Lady Pirate, Jolly Roger Flag, Parrot, Monkey, Hooked Hand, Chest of Rum, Treasure Chest, and Pirate Ship. The bonus game on the second screen takes players to a map with a number of “X” marks. The player gets to choose three and dig out the treasure that lies beneath.

For those who do not like to buy their way in, there are a number of generous freerolls. The New Weekend $500 Freerolls offer, in addition to the prize pool cash prize of $500, $200 worth of Bonus Bucks. Then there is the Play For Free Win $250 For Real Tournament. This one has a rebuy of $1.50 so players getting knocked out early can re-enter without spending too much. The game is the ever popular Dolphin King. The third freeroll is the Lunch Break $100 Freeroll. It is appropriately played between noon and 4 PM.

Those who like video poker are not forgotten by Online Vegas Casino. There are tournaments from Tuesdays to Thursdays with a $2.99 buy-in and a $2.99 rebuy. These are percentage pot tournaments but Online Vegas adds a sweetener of $75 to each pot.

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