World Cup Casino Promo Luxury Vacation

Published June 29, 2010 by OCR Editor

World Cup Casino Promo Luxury Vacation

World Cup Final 8 will be revealed today. Also today: play at Noble Casino and win an all-expenses paid-for vacation.

The Netherlands triumphed against Slovakia yesterday in a game that continued their confident run. Slovakia saved their blushes with a penalty strike in injury time but it was too little too late; the 2-1 score line sending them packing.

The second game of the day was an all South American affair, with Brazil facing Chile. Brazil turned on the magic with a stunning performance that showcased the skills of Robinho, Fabiano and Kaki.

Brazil and The Netherlands are now set for a fiery face-off in the final eight.

Today's World Cup Action

Today's first match features the Japanese who have surprised many with wins against Denmark and Cameroon, as well as impressive play against The Netherlands. It is Paraguay, however, Group F's table toppers, who are the faves to progress, having shown strength in defense, sound game tactics and team cohesion. Whoever reigns supreme will make a World Cup record as neither team have made the final 8 before.

Spain vs Portugal is an interesting match between two sides favored by the pundits. With international stars such as Torres and Ronaldho on opposing sides, this match might spark some spectacular football, as both sides battle for a quarter final place.

The quarter final action commences on Friday.

World Cup Promo

Noble Casino are currently running a World Cup promo with a difference. Every single day of the World Cup tournament they are ranking the highest value bettors on their online casino. The player who has wagered the most will be deemed the winner of a stunning prize; a luxury vacation break to a choice of destinations, including free flights.

Even if you don't end up with the luxury break Noble reward new sign ups with a crazy $4,000 4-tiered match bonus so really, everyone's a winner here.

See also

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