Win a Seat to the GUKPT on Titan Poker

Win a Seat to the GUKPT on Titan Poker 0001

With the Poker Boom still very much underway in Europe, the demand for Live Poker Events has never been bigger. Titan Poker picked up on this and is now giving their players a chance to win a seat for the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT).

The GUKPT kicked off for the first time in 2007 with a total of 11 Main Events played throughout the year, paying out more than £3.5 million in total prize money. The first 5 "legs" of this year's tour have already been played, but Titan Poker is now offering satellite tournaments to each of the last 4 Legs, the first one of which will be played on August 7th at the G Casino in Luton. Each Main Event will have a buy-in of £1,000 + £60 (apart from the Grand Final in November with a buy-in of £3000 + £150) and the winner can expect to receive close to £100,000 in cash.

Titan Poker will be offering one Super Satellite to a GUKPT Event every Tuesday from July 1st to October 28th. Of course there will also be qualifiers to this super satellite offered throughout the week. Each prizepackage will be worth $4,000, which includes the buy-in for the event ($2,100) and $1,900 travelling money. Of course if you live in, or close to, the UK, this travelling money can be spent on whatever you want.

Once you've won your seat to one of the remaining GUKPT events, there's plenty more to play for on Titan Poker. They have already awarded 17 WSOP Main Event packages this year and are still offering players a chance to win a seat to the Asian Poker Tour Event in Macau on August 26th. And to really get you excited, Titan Poker has announced a $2.5 million guaranteed prizepool tournament that will take place on September 7th 2008. This is the largest guaranteed prizepool in Titan Poker history, and players have the chance to qualify for as little as $2.75 + $0.20.

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