Launches £40,000 Last Chance Cruise Package Giveaway

London, 8th December, 2010 – Ladbrokes Poker has today announced that on Sunday 12th December at 8.15pm it is hosting a Last Chance Cruise qualifier where 10 cruise packages, worth £4,000 each, must be won. This is the last chance that Ladbrokes players can qualify for the cruise that sets sail next month.

The World famous Ladbrokes Poker Cruise, returning for its fourth year, is set to be bigger and better than ever before.  Traveling around the Caribbean onboard the World’s largest deluxe cruise liner, the trip promises eight days of sun and a festival of poker that includes a full tournament program, cash games and STTs.

Players have the chance of qualifying for the daily finals throughout this week for as little as £4 with the daily finals running every night this week with a £50 buy in. Alternatively players can buy themselves directly into Sunday’s tournament for £440.For the 10 lucky winners the prize will include:

* An ocean view balcony cabin for winner plus a guest

* Travel allowance of £950

* £500 Main Event 1 Buy In

* Eligibility to participate in the Festival of Poker

* Ladbrokes Poker schedule of hospitality and entertainment over and above the standard programme offered on board

* Meals on board the ship

Amy Trodd, Ladbrokes Poker, Marketing Retention Manager said:

“For many of our customers the Ladbrokes Poker cruise is the highlight of the year, and we want as many of our players as possible to be able to experience it. There is only a handful of packages left so this really is the last chance people have of qualifying for the trip without having to buy a package.”

(Ladbrokes Press Release)

Online poker just got more exciting on Ladbrokes Poker

London, 21st October, 2010 – is one of the first sites to launch ‘Anonymous Tables’. This unique and groundbreaking offering allows players to hide their aliases and avatars from the other players on their table. bitcoin roulette This gives Ladbrokes players the opportunity to try some outrageous moves without being recognised and have the luxury of no-one else knowing who made that fishy play!

‘Anonymous Tables’, which is patent pending, will run alongside the standard cash tables and be accessible from the main lobby, giving customers the option to play on the regular tables or try their hand at something different.

Kate McLennan, Head of Poker at Ladbrokes Poker, said, “We are really excited about this launch. Never before have poker players been able to play without other players knowing who they are. This brings an added element to the game for people whose playing style maybe recognisable. For those new to the game, it is an opportunity to try some different moves without getting a reputation because players will simply never know who they are playing against.”