Friday, 16 April 2010
If you prefer live poker to the Internet equivalent and fancy winning a trip to this year's WSOP then Dusk Till Dawn has just the thing.
The Nottingham superclub will be hosting a special £500+£50 buy in World Series Of Poker Super Satellite at 3pm on Bank Holiday Monday 31st May 2010 where a total of ten WSOP packages are guaranteed.The lucky winners will each claim a package worth £8,300 that includes $10,000, £1,000 in flight expenses, airport transfers plus seven nights accommodation at the five star MGM Grand Hotel from 5th to 12th July.A host of €20+€2 rebuy satellites are scheduled at www.DTDonlinepoker.com with live £20+£5 rebuy qualifiers taking place at Dusk Till Dawn on Sunday 23rd and Sunday 30th May.For full details visit Dusk Till Dawn
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