GUKPT Satellites Now at Titan Poker
Proof that UK poker is getting more and more high profile on the world stage this week, as top European poker room Titan Poker have announced they are running qualifiers to the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour. Now players have the chance to win their seat to four legs of the popular tour in weekly qualifiers starting next month.
Starting from July 1st to October 28th, every Tuesday a super satellite to a GUKPT event of the player's choice will run, with a number of feeders to the weekly qualifier. Because Titan Poker are the largest poker room on the iPoker network, they are expecting a lot of International interest, which makes it great value for UK players as each package is very generous with their expenses.
The $4000 package includes $1900 for travel and spending money, so assuming you live just a few hours from the venue of your choice, you'll have all that extra money to spend on yourself, buy-in to another GUKPT event or even just take a limo to the Casino.
You can follow in the footsteps of past GUKPT champions like Julian Thew, Praz Bansi, Dave Colclough, Marc Goodwin, Jeff Kimber and Michael Greco at your choice of the G Casino Luton, the Grosvenor Bolton, Thanet, and the Grosvenor Blackpool. Most of the GUKPT events boast a winner's prize close to £100,000 as well as one of the most prestigious titles on the UK circuit.
Titan Poker regularly rewards its players with huge cash prizes and bonuses. Currently, seventeen lucky Titan Poker players are packing their bags en route to Las Vegas for the 2008 World Series of Poker this July. Meanwhile, Titan Poker players are still battling it out for their seats to the exciting Asian Poker Tour (APT) tournament in Macau, held August 26th until August 31st. Titan Poker has also recently announced its $2,500,000 Guaranteed Prize tournament, the largest ever guaranteed prize offering in Titan Poker history, scheduled for the 7th September 2008, with buy-ins as low as $2.75 + $0.20.
So sign up to Titan Poker today to win your seat to the GUKPT this year, even if you don't cash in the main event you'll have those $1900 expenses to enjoy when you bust out.