Contest: Win a Free iPhone Poker GameNovember 24th, 2009 by Michael Kwan
Since I own a Nokia E71, I wouldn’t be able to test out this game, but that doesn’t mean that I was going to decline. You see, I kept the Beyond the Rhetoric community in mind and asked if I could give away the game in a contest instead. The PR rep loved the idea and wants to provide five BTR readers with free copies. Pretty sweet, eh?
What Can I Win?
The game that is up for grabs is called World Series of Poker: Hold ‘Em Legend. This is fully licensed by the WSOP and you’ll playing some virtual poker at authentic venues like Caesar’s Palace and the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. You’ll also encounter a few real poker celebrities along the way.
This poker game should be compatible with both the iPod touch and the Apple iPhone.
Who Can Win the Game?
The contest is open to anyone in the world, but this does come with a couple of caveats. As mentioned, the game will work on the iPhone and the iPod touch. This does not necessarily mean that you have to own one to win, but you do need to have one to play.
From what I understand, Glu Mobile and its associates can only generate the promo codes for US-based iTunes accounts. I know that there are some Canadians with US iTunes accounts, so there is a workaround if you need it.
How Can I Win?
Forget about playing to last. You want to play to win, right? So, how can you go about getting your free copy of World Series of Poker: Hold ‘Em Legend from Glu Mobile?
Answer this skill-testing question:
“Which poker player has won the most number of World Series of Poker bracelets?”
Post your answer via the comment form below.
The Fine Print and Other Details
There will be five winners in all and you have until the end of November 30 (that’s next Monday) to submit your response. If there are more than five correct responses, then I will select five of the correct responses at random.
Note that all comments will be moderated for the duration of the contest, so your comments won’t be showing up right away. This is so that people can’t just copy your correct response. If you have any questions, feel free to ask for clarification through the comment form too.
Filed under Sports and Games.