888poker
New poker experience at 888poker

Join now to get $88 FREE (no deposit needed)

Join now
PokerStars
Double your first deposit up to $400

New players can use bonus code 'STARS400'

Join now
partypoker
partypoker Cashback

Get up to 40% back every week!

Join now
Unibet
€200 progressive bonus

+ a FREE Unibet Open Qualifier ticket

Join now

EPT Copenhagen Seats up for Grabs at Ladbrokes Poker

EPT Copenhagen Seats up for Grabs at Ladbrokes Poker 0001

The European Poker Tour Scandinavian Open in Copenhagen has already sold out, but you don't need to be sat at home watching the live updates, you could be going courtesy of Ladbrokes Poker. This is because they have two seats to give away exclusively for Cash and Sit and Go players.

Ladbrokes Poker are already considered the undisputed king of hospitality at these large events and you will be in the comfort of their players lounge for the duration of the event. This will include tutorials from their team of sponsored players, VIP parties, heads up competitions and media tournaments.

There are two ways to secure your place to the EPT event next month. All cash game players will take part in a rake race, where you earn points for every cent you rake. So whether you are a nickel and dime grinder or playing $50/100 Omaha you are in with a shot. The other route is for SNG players. It works in a similar fashion, in that every cent of entry fees that you generate will accumulate points.

The final 30 players in the SNG and cash leader boards will then be placed into a free roll tournament and will have chip stacks dependent on where they finished in their races. So the leader in each race will start with a 3000 chip advantage but it is still potentially anybodies game.

The promotion runs from Friday the 25th of January and ends on the 8th of February. Every Monday is double points days so make sure you get plenty of hours in and don't forget your $500 Pokernews Bonus when you sign up to Ladbrokes Poker.

What do you think?

More Stories

Casino News

Other Stories