WIN AN IRISH MASTERS PACKAGE WORTH €2,000!
So, the bags are packed, the hotel room booked, and the Rough Guide to Dublin carefully stowed away. Europe’s best players, including two of WPT Poker’s previous freeroll winners, will be winging their merry way to the Irish capital next month for the paddypowerpoker.com Irish Winter Festival. The festival takes place at Dublin’s Burlington Hotel from October 22-25 but don’t worry if you haven’t bagged yourself a well-earned seat, we’ve teamed up again with paddypowerpoker.com to offer WPT Poker readers a third and final chance at winning themselves a €2,000 package to the best tournament this side of the Irish Sea, the €1,650 Irish Masters.
Our exclusive freeroll will hand one lucky winner a seat in the €1,500+€150 No Limit Hold’em freezeout Main Event, plus €350 expenses. Again, there are satellite seats for the runners-up in each freeroll, taking the prize pool over €2,500! Remember, this is your last chance to get to Ireland for absolutely nothing, zilch, nada, so make sure you download the software at paddypowerpoker.com and get yourself registered for the freeroll which takes place tonight at 8.15pm BST. The password can be found on page 30 of WPT Poker magazine, ISSUE 60 (Sammy Farha cover). Good luck and we’ll see you in the Fair City!
HOW TO ENTER
1. Download the poker client from paddypowerpoker.com and set up a real money account. Existing account holders can also play.
2. Launch the software and look for the freeroll under the ‘SPECIALS’ tab in the lobby. It’s called ‘WPT Invitational’. The tournament is password protected.
3. Register using the password IWFFREE.
4. Take it down! Simple!
1st prize - €1,650 ticket to the Irish Winter Festival main event PLUS €350 travel expenses (no accommodation included)
2nd: €180 IWF Super Satellite ticket
3rd: €180 IWF Super Satellite ticket
4th: €25 IWF Feeder ticket
5th: €25 IWF Feeder ticket
6th: €25 IWF Feeder ticket
7th: €25 IWF Feeder ticket
8th: €25 IWF Feeder ticket
9th: €25 IWF Feeder ticket
Total Prizepool: €2,535