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partypoker Weekly: Take Control of the Prize Pool in the Social Media Freeroll!

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partypoker Social Networking Freeroll

How would you like to play in a freeroll tournament where you can help grow the prize pool? Well now you can in the partypoker Social Network Freeroll where all you need to do is log into Facebook and like the update!

For every like the partypoker Social Media Freeroll update receives, the prize pool goes up by $1. So log into Facebook and tell your friends to do the same to help grow this special freeroll tournament to a prize pool of epic proportions.

After you like the Facebook update, don't forget to register for this unique tournament taking place on Jan. 15 at 20:00 GMT.

Read more about the partypoker Social Media freeroll at the partypoker blog.

Australia’s Bradley “anjali1986” Bower Wins $43,846 in the Latest $200K Guaranteed Sunday

Every Sunday is special for online tournament players at partypoker with 12 Sunday Majors to choose from. The biggest prizes are usually rewarded in partypoker’s $200K Guaranteed Sunday tournament.

This week’s winner, Bradley “anjali1986” Bower outlasted 1,126 other players and helped himself to $43,846! Even though he was only in third place when the final table began, Bower quickly moved ahead of his competition, although did get a little lucky on the final hand when his {q-Clubs}{4-Clubs} beat his opponent’s {a-Clubs}{9-Spades} on a {9-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{3-Clubs}{9-Clubs} board.

Head to the partypoker blog to read a detailed recap of how the entire final table played out.

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Five Most Common Post-Flop Mistakes

Most poker players agree it is much easier to learn how to play effectively pre-flop than understanding how to approach a hand on the flop. Partypoker’s Nick Wright wants to help you improve your post-flop play by providing you the five most common mistakes made post-flop that cost many poker players money.

These mistakes include always firing off a continuation-bet, only leading into the pre-flop raiser with marginal hands, calling on multiple streets without evaluating your hand, not having a general plan of attack, and being inconsistent with your bet sizings.

These are all mistakes that many players experience, and working on these parts of your post-flop game should help take your game to the next level.

Read more about these five common post-flop mistakes.

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