Thursday, 20 January 2011
Even players with the smallest of bankrolls can get at shot at Irish Open glory courtesy of PaddyPower Poker which is offering satellites starting at just €2.
The Irish site is hosting daily €2+20c and €4+40c rebuy satellites at 8.15pm and 9pm respectively with a seat in the fortnightly Cheap Seats Grand Final up for grabs in each.The next Cheap Seats Grand Final is scheduled for Wednesday 28th January with one Irish Open seat worth €3,500 awarded for every 18 players. Five further Cheap Seats Grand Finals will take place every other Wednesday until 6th April.Cheap Seats isn't the only way to get to the Irish Open though. For those with a bigger bankroll there are €20 rebuy qualifiers on Monday evenings at 8pm. The 2011 Irish Poker Open takes place at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin from 22nd to 25th April. James Mitchell took the honours last year, pocketing a whopping €600,000 after outlasting a field of 707-runners in the Irish capital.To take part in any of these qualifiers as well a getting some juicy bonuses sign up for an account at PaddyPowerPoker.com.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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