Adam Bromley Triumphs in The Sky Poker Tour Leeds 2011
In what is one of the UK’s best loved and community driven live poker tours “the sky poker tour” it was Adam Bromley who took the title of SPT Leeds champion and after some superb play against other Sky players including the 3rd place finisher, and Sky’s new professional signing Julian Thew.
This was leg 4 of the Sky Poker Tour 2011 and Leeds Grosvenor Casino was the venue, an exceptional live stream was in place which was available on sky poker for people to watch the action as it unfolded.
A Total of 158 entries made up a nice £15,800 prize pool, the sky site does say you must quality online to play in the sky poker tour via www.skypoker.com although as there was limited seats left these went on sale at 12pm for a 2pm start!
Bromley had a huge chip lead towards the end of the final table and use it to full effect, he now has an extra £5000 in his back pocket plus a seat to the grand final at Nottingham in September and a big smile on his face, Pic Courtesy of SkyPoker.com
The sky poker tour really is the new people poker tour and seems great fun, with entry being £100 + £10 it’s affordable (although do direct public by-in is available) you must win your seat online via the various satellites and qualifiers.
Congratulations to Mr Bromley on the win who is a very popular member of the sky poker community and we hope to see you take part in many more live UK poker events in the future.
Sky’s next event is the Sky Poker Tour Swansea in July and satellites are running now and new players currently get £10 free plus up to £1000 bonus.
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