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/Dec/2012

Santa is Coming to (Value)Town!

By: iggyo @ 18:02 (EST) / 1037 / Comment ( 1 )

Do poker players still believe in Santa Claus? From December 24-26, you probably should. Log in to your PokerStars client and fire up some cash tables and wait for him to come to your table. It looks like he's willing to trade some chips for milk and cookies. Some lucky players will be paid a visit from old Saint Nick while they're playing at cash tables. Not only will they be paid a visit but paid in cash, as well. He will give them a nice $50 boost to their bankroll. Money for nothing, chips for free! That's a nice gift! Here's what 'SantaClaus' will look like at the tables:

'SantaClaus' at the tables

I hear he's a loose passive donk!

Please visit >HERE< for the official discussion thread.

Merry Christmas and good luck!

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