New Satellites to the PokerNews Cup at PartyPoker

New Satellites to the PokerNews Cup at PartyPoker 0001

UK PokerNews are again joining forces with PartyPoker. After the highly successful $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls, Party are offering a new series of satellites for the PokerNews Cup.

The PokerNews Cup Australia is being held at Crown Casino in Melbourne from October 21-29. The schedule includes six events, with the AUD$3000 Pokernews Cup Australia Main Event the highlight. This prestigious Main Event will be televised and is a great opportunity for players to compete in a world class field.

The satellites being run by PartyPoker are for $6000 packages. Included in the packages are entry to the AUD$3000 Main Event, six nights accomodation at the world famous Crown Casino and $2000 for travel and expenses. Also included are invites to the exclusive Team PokerNews welcome party.

The $300+$20 PokerNews Cup Satellites are being held every Friday at 18:35 EDT. One $6000 PokerNews Cup Australia package will be awarded for every 20 players involved. You can qualify for this weekly event for as little as $1. There are even daily freerolls for super satellite qualification so all bankrolls are being catered for. Everyone is being given the chance to have the trip of a lifetime.

As an added bonus for people that sign up to PartyPoker there are still two more $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls. Each winner of these freerolls will receive a PokerNews Cup Main Event entry, six nights accommodation at the Crown Promenade Hotel and $1500 for travel and expenses. To qualify for the next freeroll on September the 12th at 16:00 EDT all you have to do is download PartyPoker from UK PokerNews, make a deposit and play 100 raked hands between the 1st and 7th of September.

There are so many reasons for players to get involved in these fantastic PokerNews Cup satellites so get qualified and join in the party!

Ed note: Join us in Melbourne for the PokerNews Cup when you download PartyPoker

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