Play in the PokerNews Cup Satellite this Wednesday at Full Tilt Poker!
The PokerNews Cup is now less than two months away and there is no better place to win a Main Event package than Full Tilt Poker!
For the sixth edition, the PokerNews Cup is taking place in Vienna, Austria, from October 9 - 12 with the Main Event featuring a €75,000 guaranteed prize pool with just a €250 entry fee.
Win 1 of 18 PokerNews Cup Packages at Full Tilt Poker
While the €250 buy-in isn't expensive to most players, why pay full price when you can win 1 of the 18 PokerNews Cup packages at Full Tilt Poker for close to nothing?
Full Tilt Poker will be hosting two tournaments with a tiny $3.30 buy-in on Aug. 13 and Sept. 10, each awarding nine PokerNews Cup Packages. The amazing PokerNews Cup packages being handed out at Full Tilt Poker are valued at $1,150 each and include the following:
- A seat to the €75,000 guaranteed PokerNews Cup Main Event
- Three nights at the 4-star Hotel Roomz in Vienna
- $350 cash for travel and spending money
Sounds great, how do I get involved?
Getting involved in this promotion is very easy, especially because if you have already opened a Full Tilt account through PokerNews, you are automatically eligible.
If you do not already have an account, now is the perfect time to do so. If you sign up to Full Tilt Poker through our links and make a deposit, not only will you be eligible for these huge value-added PokerNews Cup satellite tournaments, but you will also have $25 in cash and tickets for free to begin with.
So yes - this means you can play in the PokerNews Cup satellites at Full Tilt Poker absolutely for free!
Reminder - First Tournament on Wednesday
As a reminder, we want to stress that the first tournament with the first nine $1,150 PokerNews Cup packages will be on Wednesday, Aug 13. We expect to be some tremendous overlay in this tournament, so don't miss out on your chance to get to Vienna for the PokerNews Cup this autumn for just $3.30 at Full Tilt Poker.
The password that you will need is: pnmontesinoaug