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- Win Your Way Into the 2011 Irish Open
From April 22 through April 25, Dublin Ireland will be hosting the 2011 Irish Open poker tournament. Titan Poker is offering you the chance to win your way into the game along with a very attractive prize package worth €4,600. The package includes your buy in to the Irish Open main event, five night paid for at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin Ireland with breakfast included, €655 to pay for your flight and give you some spending money, and €50 for handling fees. Satellites will be running on Titan Poker until April 3 with several super satellites available for as little as €10.
Play the satellite for the Irish Open n/l hold em freeze out tournament held every day at 16:00, 17:15, and 17:35, or at 19:00 every day except Sunday to get yourself a cheap ticket into one of the Irish Open satellites. The buy in for these tournaments is €30 + €3, and 1 seat is guaranteed for every €220 added to the prize pool from players' buy ins. The €10 + €1 turbo R/A tournaments are held on a daily basis at 23:25. And on Sunday at 19:00, compete for your seat in the Irish Open satellites in the €10 + €1 speed R/A. Each of these tournaments guarantees 1 seat for every €220 collected from buy ins.
If these tournaments are still more than your bankroll will allow, you can start at an even lower stake level to work your way up into the main event. SnG tournaments are held throughout the day that can get you started on your way towards winning a seat in the Irish Open. The buy in for the 10 handed SnG's is only €6 +€0.60. 5 handed SnG satellites are also running, the buy in for these tournaments is €12 + €1.2. Walk away from either of these tournaments victorious and move yourself one step closer to the €5,000 grand prize and your chance to be seated in one of Europe's most prestigious tournaments of the year.
If you're not already a member of Titan Poker, get yourself signed up as soon as possible so you can take advantage of as many chances to place yourself in Dublin for this tournament as possible.
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