Friday, 29 January 2010
The Irish Open is one of the top tournaments on the European circuit and Boylepoker.com is giving players even more incentives to qualify.
The Boylepoker.com qualifier who lasts the longest in the 2010 Irish Open will also win a free entry into the 2011 event as well as a Las Vegas holiday worth $2,000. If that Boylepoker.com qualifier makes it to the final table then they will also bag a package for the 2010 World Series of Poker worth $12,500 as well as the 2011 Irish Open entry. Head of poker at the site, Paul Spillane, said, "The Irish Open has a special place in European poker and we want our players to feel a little bit special too. And what better way than to offer them a terrific reason to qualify for the tournament with Boylepoker." Online qualification for the Irish Open 2010 is now underway at Boylepoker.com. Players can qualify at the site in the weekly finals on:Sunday at 7:30 GMT with a buy-in of €175 + €13.Tuesday at 7:30 GMT with a buy-in of €60 + €6 (rebuy tournament).Thursday 7:30 GMT with a buy-in of €175 + €13 (ticket-only satellite). Players can qualify for these weekly super satellites from as little as €0.22.
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