Tuesday, 5 October 2010
The online ballot boxes are open for the Irish Poker Awards that take place at Dublin's Regency Hotel on 17th October.
A panel of in industry experts, including representatives from BoylePoker.com, Bluff Europe Magazine, PokerNews.com, pokerireand.ie and d4events.com has drawn up the list of nominees with the final decision on who will win the prestigious awards now resting with the Irish public.A total of 13 gongs are up for grabs including awards for Best Cash Player, Best Tournament Player, Poker Personality of the Year and, of course, the all-important Player of the Year. You can see the full list of categories and nominees by clicking here.“This is a great opportunity to honour the wealth of talent in Irish poker today, from the legends of the game who have been around for years to the young internet geniuses who are busy redefining the way the game is played.” said Bluff Europe’s Michael Caselli, who will be co-hosting the awards with former Irish Open Champion Neil Channing. For more information on the event and to place your votes visit theirishpokerawards.comKeep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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