Grand Slam Slots Tournament. One Million Euros Up For Grabs

Posted on July 15th, 2009

So what is a slots tournament? These online competetions have been getting more and more popular over the past year, and things are certainly hotting up on the prizes stakes, as Ladbrokes have just announced that they are running an exclusive series of feeder tournaments from July 2009 to Oct 2009 that will lead to a massive €1 million slots tournament later on in the year.

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Slots tournaments have evolved from the popularity of poker tournaments. Basically the idea is this- you enter into a competition with other players (with a leaderboard). Entry can be free (a so called free roll) or can involve a fee.

You’ll then get some tournament chips to play with a time period in which to play. At the end of the allotted time, your final pot of chips is your score. The player(s) with the highest score(s) win the prize(s). Generally on the free-rolls, you can extend your playing period by buying more tourney chips. This money, plus all of the entry fees, are pooled together and the prizes are funded from it.

The Grand Slam of Slots Tournament, launched by Ladbrokes, goes one further. It is a succession of feeder tournaments where tournament entrants play for the chance of getting a seat at a huge slots tourney at the end of the year, where 1 million euros is up for grabs. Make your way through the earlier rounds, much as you would do at Wimbledon, and you could be on your way to the grand slam finale.


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