Thursday, 27 May 2010
The 2010 World Series Of Poker gets under way this weekend and there is still time to grab a piece of the action courtesy of Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham.
The club is running a live satellite at 3pm on Bank Holiday Monday 31st May, with ten Las Vegas packages worth £8,300 apiece to be won. Each prize package includes $10,000, £1,000 for flight expenses plus seven nights at the stunning 5* MGM Grand from the 5th to the 12th July - arguably the best dates for Poker players to be in Sin City. Direct buy-in for the Las Vegas Satellite is £500+£50 but there are still a couple of chances to qualify on the cheap. The one remaining online €20+€2 rebuy satellite takes place at DTDPoker.com at 8pm tonight with ten seats for Monday's final guaranteed. The club itself will also be hosting a £20+£5 rebuy satellite this Sunday at 3pm with another ten seats guaranteed.
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