Money Added to ALL Side Events at Irish Poker Open 2007
Paddy Power Poker are pumping up the prizepools on all the side events at this years Irish Open. This Easter's festival looks like being one of the best in Europe in 2007. UK PokerNews will be there in force to provide live updates too!
Our good friends at Paddy Power Poker are once again sponsoring the Irish Poker Open. The €2 million guaranteed prizepool for the main event is sure to attract the biggest poker names in the world. There is something to suit almost every pocket, though.
On Saturday April 7th the €300+€30 Pot Limit Omaha rebuy kicks off at 6pm. With rebuys available for the first 90 mins the action could be pretty wild! Paddy Power Poker are adding €3,000 to this event.
Not an Omaha fan? No problem. Take a long, lazy Sunday lunch on April 8th then buy-in to the €1000+€100 No Limit Hold'em freezeout. This two day event starts at 6pm. This time Paddy Power Poker are adding a huge €5,000 to the pot.
Looking for something a little smaller? Well, the €200+€20 No Limit Hold'em rebuy on Monday April 9th could be just the ticket. This one starts at 4pm and Paddy Power Poker are topping up the prizepool with an extra €3,000.
The tournament which will attract the most interest is the main event. The 2007 Irish Poker Open starts on Friday April 6th. This four day event has a €2 million guaranteed prizepool. With a buy-in of €3,300+€200 many players will be looking for a satellite entry into this huge tournament. There is no shortage of qualifiers in the Paddy Power Poker online poker room. Live players can qualify too, via a €200+€20 No Limit Hold'em rebuy at the Burlington Hotel on April 5th which starts at 4pm.
The Irish Poker Open 2007 will be recorded for television. This could be your chance to make a big name for yourself as UK PokerNews will be providing live updates from Dublin for the duration of the main event.
Ed note: Paddy Power Poker know how to provide value for their players. will you be joining us for the €2 million guaranteed Irish Poker Open at Easter?