Thursday, 20 June 2013
The European Poker Tour (EPT) will be continue its partnership with luxury Swiss watch maker, Slyde, next season according to a recent press release from PokerStars.
Having enjoyed a positive working relationship last season, the EPT and Slyde will once again pool their resources to give each Main Event winner a specially crafted timepiece. Indeed, for winners of the tour’s regular stops Slyde’s “Black and Steel” watches will be on offer, while the winner of next season's EPT Grand Final will receive their “Black and Rose Gold” timepiece valued at €9,000. EPT High Roller winners will also get the chance to own one of Slyde’s high-end watches with seven on offer, including a specially crafted €15,600 for the PCA Super Holler Roller champion. Commenting on their renewed partnership with Slyde, EPT President Edgar Stuchly said, "These watches truly are works of art and we are very pleased to be offering our winners these customised timepieces as part of their prize." Qualify for events on the EPT at PokerStars. If you've never played at PokerStars now could be the perfect opportunity. Download the software and make your first deposit using the code '20FOR10' to claim £20 of free play.
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