LONDON, England -- Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott's winning streak continued last week when he won the DevilfishPoker.com weekly bounty tournament. As a result the €250 bounty wasn't claimed
and DevilfishPoker.com has added the cash to this week's bounty tournament on Thursday February 19 at 8 p.m. GMT bringing the new bounty on Ulliott's head to €500. In addition, the online poker room has doubled the added money making for a bumper €500 added prize pool.
Devilfish beat 89 players to win the tournament last time and is looking forward to defending his title against all comers this week.
The British poker legend has been on a roll since the start of the year. In January he lifted over €200,000, winning two tournaments in Ireland and France and finishing deep in the European Poker Tour Deauville.
"I had a good feeling going into the game as I've been playing really well," said an excited Ulliott. "Everyone's out to get me in these tournaments but it'll take more than a few lucky cards and an aggressive style to take down the Devilfish and win this great online poker bonus."
Each Thursday at 8 p.m. GMT Devilfish gives poker players a chance to chat and play with him at his site DevilfishPoker.com. Ulliott regularly takes part in the €10 freezeout bounty tournament and players can practice their skills, and their table talk, against one of the most recognised names in poker.
On normal weeks the Devilfish Bounty is €250 added plus a €250 bounty. This doubles if Devilfish wins the tournament as he did last Thursday. As a result this week the player who knocks Ulliott out will win the €500 bounty prize and bragging rights forever.
|Devilfish Poker is an Online Poker room created by non other than David "The Devilfish" Ulliot. Devilfish Poker offers multiple poker rooms and games all backed by the "Devilfish" theme.|
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