Sky PokerYou will be making a very wise decision if you choose to play at the Sky Poker site, for not only do they have some of the biggest and best new player and ongoing player bonuses to shower on all of their real money players but they also have one of the most rewarding poker rewards schemes.

When you are playing poker at Sky Poker you will be earning poker points and the more of those points you save up the more free poker credits you are going to be able to redeem them for.

However, unlike many other poker sites you are also going to be earning those points when you take part in any of the many Sky Poker tournaments too, and as such you will accumulate even more points if you enjoy taking part in poker tournaments online as well as cash ring games!

As an added bonus for all of their poker tournament players they have put together a special promotion which is running each weekend in September 2015, and that promotion will see you earning double the usual amount of poker points when you take part in some of their specially selected sit n go Poker tournaments!

If you couple those double poker points with some of the other promotional offers which are always available at Sky Poker such as their Rewards Accelerators you really are going to be accumulating lots of poker points which will in turn mean you can claim plenty of free poker chips!

The special set of Sit n Go Poker tournaments are part of the Happy Days, and we shall now enlighten you on when you can take part in these Happy Days Sit n Go Poker tournaments and earn twice as many poker points as you would normally do.

The first batch of those tournaments start running on Friday the 11th of September and run through to Monday the 14ht of September 2015, so make sure you set aside some spare time on that weekend to take part in those Happy Days Sit n Go Poker Tournaments.

The second batch of the Happy Days tournaments begin running on midday on Friday the 25th of September and run through until Monday the 28th of September 2015, so once again make sure you make a date in your poker playing diary to get involved in some of those tournaments.

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Posted on: 26th August 2015 by: Gary Beachley