Head to Vienna for the Poker770 MegaPokerSeries

Mega Poker Series

If you Download Poker770 now you could be heading to the Austrian capital to take part in the MegaPokerSeries.

The MegaPokerSeries is a great poker tournament series which takes place across various exotic locations throughout 2012. One of those stops is in Vienna, Austria and thanks to Poker770 you could be making your way to Austria to participate in a huge live poker tournament.

With a huge 77,000 starting stack and blind levels lasting 77-minutes, the MegaPokerSeries really is one of the best value live tournaments in the world and should not be missed!

Make Your Way to Vienna

The first tournament of the 2012 MegaPokerSeries is sponsored by Poker770 and as such their players will have the best opportunity to secure a tournament package to Vienna.

The Vienna leg of the MegaPokerSeries is scheduled for Jan. 19 to Jan. 22 and players will be able to qualify for a seat on Poke770 up until Jan. 9.

There will be online qualifiers from as little as €1 and each MegaPokerSeries Vienna package is worth €1,500 and includes €770 Main Event buy-in, Flights, 5 nights' accommodation and entry to a VIP party.

The Main Event is estimated to have over 200 entries and the eventual winner is set to go home with tens of thousands of dollars.

  • Where: Montesino Casino, Vienna
  • When: Jan. 19 to Jan. 22
  • Entry: €770 (one optional rebuy/re-entry during first 4 levels of Day 1)
  • Starting Stack: 77,000
  • Blind Levels: 77-minutes
  • Estimated Prizepool: €200,000

If you don't already have an account, make sure you don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to head to Austria for the MegaPokerSeries Vienna. Sign up to Poker770 through PokerNews now and remember to use the bonus code PKRNEWSUK when making your first deposit to receive our massive 200% up to €1,400 bonus.

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