Wednesday, 28 November 2012
The Fitzwilliam Club in Dublin is the place to be for Irish poker players this week as the venue plays host to its November Festival.
Top of the bill is the two-day €540 Main Event freezeout with scalps which starts at 6pm on Saturday. Players will start with a stack of 20,000 chips with a 30-minute clock for the first three levels and 45-minutes thereafter. €450 of each buy-in will go into the main prize pool with €50 for each scalp. A €55 rebuy Main Event satellite starts at 8.30pm tonight.The action continues at 8.30pm on Thursday with the Fitzwilliam €270 End of the Month freezeout followed at the same time on Friday by the €250 Fitzwilliam Team Event Freezeout. Rounding out the festivities on Sunday is an €80 Win The Button Freezeout at 8.30pm on Sunday.The Irish Poker Award winning Fitzwilliam is a great place to play poker and this week's festival promises to be a cracker. More information can be found at fitzwilliamcardclub.com.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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