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RummyRoyal Goes Offline

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Posted on 07 April 2009 by "K".

RummyRoyal logoPRESS RELEASE: Following the success of their online rummy software, RummyRoyal  has decided to go offline for a special tournament taking place in London, England on April 20th, 2009.

The LTDKA Kalooki Event that takes place monthly in a prestigious location in London, England is sponsored by RummyRoyal. RummyRoyal players living in the United Kingdom will get a chance to compete for free entry to the competition and these players will be hand picked to join the exciting tournament by RummyRoyal.
Players competing in this tournament will get a chance to test their skills against some of the top British Kalooki players and win big cash prizes! RummyRoyal players living in the London area will all receive information and details about the tournament and be given the option to represent the site.

The Kalooki players playing in the event are considered fiercely experienced players and over 50 extremely skilled players are expected to play at this exciting London event. Kalooki is a traditional British game that is played in private clubs all over the UK and the world.  Since the launch of RummyRoyal’s software, the popularity of the game has been accelerating at great speeds, with thousands of British players as well as other international players playing in the application at any given time for real money.

The success of offline poker has paved the way for this tournament and many other offline Rummy tournaments to come. The offline Rummy tournament will be using the same great tournament format as offline Poker.

Players of RummyRoyal will receive another chance to compete offline for a whopping $100,000 exciting package in a Rummy tournament in May 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the World Series of Gin Rummy 2009 tournament. RummyRoyal is offering 2 all inclusive packages to the tournament including entry fee to the tournament itself to the top Oklahoma Gin players.

If you wish to play online rummy for real money, we advise you to visit RummyRoyal where you can also play in BankrollMob’s private freeroll and collect a $5 no deposit bonus.

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7 comments on "RummyRoyal Goes Offline"

 CBET07/04/2009 17:49:40 GMT
And I don't like RummyRoyal , so I don't care ... I don't remember why I do, but I don't like it!! Thats all I wanted to say =)
 umarplus07/04/2009 18:05:08 GMT
i like rummy royal. good interface, good promos and always a lil freebie for us mobsters =)

good luck with going offline rummyroyal! maybe you make it to tv one day Smile
 JunkyMonkey08/04/2009 15:29:47 GMT
"" CBET 4/7/2009 5:49:40 PM GMT
And I don't like RummyRoyal , so I don't care ... I don't remember why I do, but I don't like it!! Thats all I wanted to say =)""
I don't like it neither. I've tried it, sucked and finish it.
 veskiveski09/04/2009 13:51:27 GMT
i cant play there anyway!
 lglowka10/04/2009 14:24:46 GMT
So what RummyRoyal wasn't good.
I didn't like interface
 rocksolid70013/04/2009 13:50:28 GMT
Who would want to play rummy as long as there is poker?

Big Smile
 ArpSoft17/04/2009 16:37:37 GMT
I don't like Rummy...

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