|December 16 (Las Vegas, NV) – Every week, Aces.com awards a pair of NFL tickets to winners of its Super Bowl Private Poker Tournaments, but the winner of the final match will be going to the Super Bowl on Aces.com’s tab. |
“Just like Vegas, we offer both poker and sports betting,” said Aces.com Manager, Rene Quesada, “Our players love to play cards, but they’re also watching football. This Super Bowl Weekend prize is something they really want, so the final match should be intense!”
Aces.com hosts a Free Roll Poker Tournament every Wednesday at 11:00 EST until January 4th. Weekly winners receive two tickets to the NFL game of their choice. The winner of the final tournament will be flown to Detroit to experience the greatest sporting event of the year first hand, all expenses paid by Aces.com.
Any active Aces.com member can play. For more information, please see Aces.com Super Bowl Private Poker Tournaments at www.Aces.com/poker/private_poker.php.
The Indianapolis Colts have been strong all season thanks to Peyton Manning, and current Super Bowl lines at Aces.com favor the AFC to win the Super Bowl (-11.5, -105 as of December 16). NFC fans are quick to point out, though, that Shaun Alexander could lead the Seattle Seahawks to win their league and the Super Bowl.
For current Super Bowl odds and props, see: Aces.com/sportsbook.
For further information on Aces.com and their weekly Free Roll Poker Tournament, or the Celebrity Poker Table auction, please contact:
Aces.com has taken over $8 billion in sports and casino wagers since going online in 1997. This year, the retro Vegas-style casino, sportsbook and poker site has accepted over $3 billion in wagers from its nearly one million players. Acquired in 2001 by Sportingbet Plc, a publicly traded UK company, Aces.com is part of the world’s largest internet gaming company. Transparency and accountability provide safety and security for customers. Audited by BDO Stoy Hayward, one of the largest auditing firms in London, accounts are published quarterly on the London Exchange.