Online Poker Satellites - How to Turn as Little as $1 into Millions

Written by Peter Berlin

Continued from page 1

Step 4: The buy-in for this level is $100 + $10. Come in first or second and go to step 5. Come in third and play step 4 over again.

Step 5: If you happen to have $450 + $45 you can buy-in to this level. If you've were lucky enough to come in 1st or 2ndrepparttar previous step, it costs you nothing. The first two finishers go torepparttar 134830 final step, third place gets to play step 5 again.

Step 6: You've made it torepparttar 134831 final step. Of course you can just cough uprepparttar 134832 $1,350 + $135 to play in this game or you might have gotten here allrepparttar 134833 way from step one for $1. In either case, finish 1st in this ten player table and you're on your way torepparttar 134834 WSOP. Come in 2nd and you win $1,000.

This is just one example of an on-line poker site's roadmap torepparttar 134835 WSOP. At FullTilt poker you can get there for as little as $4. And they have a promotion in which if you gain entry torepparttar 134836 tournament through their site and winrepparttar 134837 $10 Million atrepparttar 134838 WSOP, they will match it with an additional $10 Million.

Party Poker has satellites starting at $9,InterPoker can get you there for $10, and UltimateBet has games for as little as $3.

There are even some sites where you can gain entry through freerolls (tournaments with no entry fees).

There are all sorts of tournaments like this at many different online poker sites and they all followrepparttar 134839 same basic pattern. You buy-in at a low level to win entry into a higher level tournament. I narrowly missed making it torepparttar 134840 PartyPoker millions tournament with a $10,000 buy-in and a prize pool of $7.5 Million. For $6 I worked my way up torepparttar 134841 finals where I needed to come in one ofrepparttar 134842 top 4 positions. Unfortunately I finished 9th, but there's always next year. And boy, did I get a lot of entertainment and excitement for my $6.

So if you're looking to berepparttar 134843 next poker star and you don't want to put down $10,000 to get inrepparttar 134844 game, check outrepparttar 134845 different online sites and see if you can turn $1 into a million.

Copyright 2005 FunProfitPoker, All Rights Reserved.

Peter Berlin is a TV Game Show Producer/Writer and an avid online poker player. He has authored the e-book Play The Flop, a Guide to the Best Online Poker Sites and has a poker newsletter reviewing the best sites, sign-up bonuses, tournaments, satellites, and events going on in the world of online poker.

To access the e-book and sign up for the newsletter please visit

Tribute To Fallen Storm King Firefighters in Colorado Released

Written by Scott Jeffries

Continued from page 1

Storm King Sacrifice turned out to be a descriptive piece from beginning to end. The listener can visualizerepparttar mountain sitting in all it's splendor, before being attacked byrepparttar 110071 flames. Suddenly, a stark progression of 14 chords climbs toward it's final ascent leading to an unmistakable, overwhelming silence. Inrepparttar 110072 end, despiterepparttar 110073 best efforts of those who sacrificed so much,repparttar 110074 mountain burned, then revealed it's own new life, reflecting nature's inevitable cycle.

More information about this piece and other music by JavaMusiK pianist Jeff Van Devender is available at and The song Storm King Sacrifice is available on Van Devender's latest release, 'Bending Chords,' and is available at or 1-800-289-6923. Proceeds fromrepparttar 110075 sale of each cd purchased through will be donated to a firefighter memorial fund.

Jeff Van Devender can be found performing every weekend in Estes Park, CO atrepparttar 110076 Stanley Hotel & Glenwood Springs, CO at Glenwood Caverns Exclamation Point Restaurant & duringrepparttar 110077 ski season in Aspen, CO atrepparttar 110078 St. Regis Hotel. He also plays for St. John's Episcopal Church every Sunday in New Castle, CO. Van Devender lives in Rifle, CO and is an elementary music teacher in Parachute.

Scott Jeffries - JavaNews, 2003

Colorado pianist Jeff Van Devender witnessed the Storm King Fire in 1994 which killed 14 firefighters. Several years later he wrote Storm King Sacrifice for piano at the base of Storm King Mountain, a touching and descriptive tribute to the fallen heroes who lost their lives battling the elements on that fateful day.

    <Back to Page 1 © 2005
Terms of Use