And as we shall see there are plenty of tournaments on cruise ships. Be sure to visit the casino jobs bulletin board. Texas Hold'em tournaments especially draw large interest. Bookings from now until sail date will be made based on availability at prevailing rates. Play your hand at the table then enjoy the sunny beaches of CocoCay and Key West.
Poker by Location
Card Player Cruises is well known for running the best poker operation and having the best poker action on the open seas. Whether you play cash games or are a tournament lover, you will love their professional, no abuse poker room. Recently, they revamped all of their tournament structures to give players more starting chips and more play in every event. Time is running out to book this cruise, so do so today by clicking here. Since Card Player Cruises has such a high percentage of repeat customers, they are always looking for new destinations…hence they will be traveling to Cuba for the first time on Nov.
There will even be an overnight in Havana allowing passengers time to experience the local nightlife. The last cruise of will take place on Nov. The cruise begins and ends in Sydney, so you may want to explore the Blue Mountains, Ayers Rock, or the Great Barrier Reef while you are in that part of the world.
The voyage includes a three-day stop in Rio de Janeiro during the world-famous Carnival. Other cruises are scheduled to go to Alaska, the Eastern and Western Caribbean, and the Bahamas. You can play as much or as little poker as you want. We close the poker room when we are in port and during dinner hours so that players have time to enjoy the cruise experience.
The majority of our players are recreational players who want to combine cruising and poker and travel with a group. Card Player Cruises will spread any game that enough people want to play. They have an extensive background in the poker business, having founded Poker Pages and Poker School Online.
In such a short time, they have greatly improved our product. Mark, Tina, Jan, and I will escort every cruise to personally ensure that our guests have a wonderful time. Poker cruises are for people of all ages. There is no difference between a poker cruise and a non-poker cruise, as far as ship activities are concerned. Most Royal Caribbean ships have rock climbing walls, ice skating rinks, and miniature golf, and some even have Surfriders, zip lines, carousels, bumper cars, indoor sky diving, Broadway theaters, and Aqua theaters.
You can earn a free or discounted cruise by bringing friends, family, and associates along. For more information on becoming a Card Player Cruises affiliate click here.
If you love poker and travel, Card Player Cruises is a perfect match for you. Players enjoy the fun atmosphere in the card room and the free lessons for beginners, the complimentary parties and seminars, and the option to participate in private excursions on most cruises. You can even earn a free or discounted cruise by referring your family and friends. We'll spread any game at any limit, based on demand. Royal Caribbean operates a full casino on board all of their cruises, featuring slots, blackjack, craps, roulette and other table games.
Casinos, poker rooms and poker leagues often hold satellite tournaments or cruise giveaways in their rooms or events. Details on giveaways are listed with each cruise on this page, and ask the manager of your favorite poker room to do a giveaway. Jeanne Cosenza cruises anteupcruises. Royal Caribbean's Brilliance of the Seas Departs from: Tampa, Florida Ports of call: This five-night itinerary is always our most popular sailing, stopping in two of the most fun port stops. But this time we'll be sailing over Halloween and have costume contests and more in the poker room!
The Ante Up Poker Room will be open at least 50 hours and features four tournaments. The Brilliance of the Seas features big-ship amenities in a more intimate setting! Bookings from now until sail date will be made based on availability at prevailing rates. Ante Up works with casinos, poker rooms and leagues across the country to offer ways for their players to win their way on board.
Check back often for details on new giveaways, and ask your casino or poker room manager or poker league owner to call Scott Long at to arrange for a satellite or giveaway if your favorite place to play isn't listed. Royal Caribbean's Jewel of the Seas Departs from: Miami, Florida Arrives in: San Diego, California Ports of call: Because of the length of the sailing, we expect a smaller group, which allows us to give even more personal attention to all of our guests.
The Ante Up Poker Room will be open at least hours and features 12 tournaments. The Jewel of the Seas is a smaller, coozier sip but still features big-ship amenities! This five-night itinerary is always our most popular sailing, stopping in the always-fun Cozumel and stately Grand Cayman.