Global Poker Online World Challenge 2017 Features Massive Overlays

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Jul/10/2017 is reporting that the new kid on the block, Global Poker, has been paying out hefty overlays in their first ever Online World Challenge.

The new North American player-friendly site is hoping to compete with online poker powerhouses Ignition (formerly Bodog Poker) and endorsed America’s Cardroom.

Having given away almost $200,000 in $weeps Cash* (SC) this week alone, players have been taking full advantage of the additional guarantees, noted.

The tournament concludes July 23 with more than $1 million in cash to be paid out.

Global Poker markets as an online poker site that can legally pay out players via PayPal.  Our Thomas Somach has reached out to Global Poker to learn more about this ability but was yet to receive a response.

- Ace King,

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