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BetClic sign up to Everest Network

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ne operators BetClic Poker have joined the Everest Poker Network.

Everest, who are part of the wider BetClic Everest group, say they welcome the addition of BetClic Poker’s “knowledge, passion and liquidity” to their network.

“The growing Everest Poker Network is a popular and trusted place to learn and experience the fun of playing poker online,” added Tarquin Henderson, head of poker and casino at BetClic Everest.

Everest are currently boasting an improved tournament schedule as well as an increased monthly guaranteed prize pool. In addition, they are also giving players the chance to win a 7-day poker holiday to the Caribbean island of St. Maarten, a package which includes entry into the $2,000 buy-in St. Maarten Open.

Launched in 2004, Everest Poker was the first online poker room to offer fully-translated software in 15 languages. The company has offices in Boston, Montreal, London and Paris, while their global site, EverestPoker.com, is licensed under Gibraltar’s laws and regulations. EverestPoker.fr is licensed under French online gambling regulator ARJEL.
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