Monday, 6 April 2009
There may only be days to go until the start of the 2009 Irish Poker Festival but it’s still not too late to qualify for this year’s Main Event.
PaddyPowerPoker.com is running a series of Last Chance Saloon qualifiers for the Irish Open Main Event which starts on Friday 10th April. Direct $320 buy-in satellites will run at 8.30pm on Monday 6th, Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th April with one Main Event ticket on offer for every $4,650 in the prize pool. There are $30 feeder satellites for each of the main qualifiers.In addition to the Main Event ticket worth €3,500, each qualifier will be eligible for the PaddyPowerPoker.com Sole Survivor promotion. The longest-lasting Paddy Power online qualifier will win a package worth €100,000.“The Irish Open Last Chance Saloon was so well-received in 2008 that we didn’t hesitate to schedule it again this year” said Eric Booth, Head of Poker for paddypowerpoker.com. “The Last Chance Saloon will be players’ final opportunity to qualify online for the poker event of the season and hopefully we’ll have a few dozen more players to challenge for the €100,000 Sole Survivor crown!”For full details see http://www.irishpokeropen.com/qualify/lastchancesaloon.php
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