The largest slots tournament on the internet is back - and this time there is
even more cash for the final big winner. The eCOGRA approved Jackpot Factory
(open to U.S. players), has announced it's $500,000 World Series of Slots - and
in fact, the tournament is already underway. It started September 1, 2008, but
the good news is that you have until November 10, 2008 to get involved.
The way it works is simple. There's no complicated tournament point scores or
qualifying rounds, which if missed, makes players ineligible for the final pot.
There are daily free "feeder" tournaments, which if won, not only awards pots up
to $5,000, covers the entry fee to a larger tournament, including the $25,000
Weekly Finals (taking place this weekend).
Other tournaments include a $20,000
Weekend Re-buy tournament, a $100,000 semi-final, and the mother of all mothers
- a $200,000 final tournament, which will be awarding a whopping,
record-breaking $100,000 jackpot to the first place winner. Yes, that could be
you. And it might not. You may not win anything. But how will you know if you
Seriously, when it comes to playing in online casino tournaments, especially
slots tournaments, the real value is in the fun and excitement. Just as if you
were playing slots on your own, it's luck that matters most. Only this time
around, instead of having to pay large bets so that you're eligible to win the
progressive jackpot, you can enjoy in the camaraderie of other players who have
just as fair a chance of winning as you do. Of course, you still have to be
focused and make sure you get in your fair share of bets. Just don't get zoned
out on winning (like the Poker Prince Scotty Nguyen) and lose sight of the fun
that online slots tournaments offer.
As I mentioned, there are tons of daily feeder tournaments with no entry fee.
No worries even if you don't win one of these, 'cause the entry fees into the
larger stake tournaments is very reasonable. Small tournaments cost as little as
$2 to join and the Weekly $10K tournaments cost $15 to join. The aforementioned
$25K Weekly Finals come with a $25 entry fee, while the $100K semi-final costs
$50 and the $200K final costs a reasonable $100 to enter.
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