Dusk Till Dawn Giving Away $32,000 Worth of Grand Prix Million Seats


The partnership between partypoker and Dusk Till Dawn continues to yield ridiculous value to British poker players after the latter launched a promotion that sees a staggering $32,000 worth of Grand Prix Million seats being given away between now and May.

The Grand Prix Million is the brainchild of Dusk Till Dawn (DTD) owner Rob Yong as he attempts to promote grassroots poker in the United Kingdom. As the name of the tournament hints at, the Grand Prix Million features a $1 million guaranteed prize pool despite costing an affordable $100+$20 to enter. Or nothing to enter if you get involved in this special promotion.

Since joining forces with partypoker in February 2015, there has been a private group on Facebook managed by Michelle Orpe whose sole aim is to create a close-knit community among British partypoker players. It is in this private group that the exclusive promotions are announced.

The latest promotion is in full swing and runs throughout March and April. During this time, members of the partypoker UK Community Forum on Facebook can play in four freerolls every night where the winner walks away with a $120 seat to the partypoker Grand Prix Million.

Here’s how you can get involved in the freerolls and become part of the historic event.

  • Download partypoker via PokerNews
  • Make your first deposit of at least £10 using the bonus code UKPNEWS – doing so entitles you to a 100% match up to £250 bonus
  • Head to the partypoker UK Community Forum on Facebook
  • Request to join the vibrant community
  • Wait for your application to be approved
  • Get involved in all of the amazing discussions and promotions

Are you already a member of the forum run by Michelle Orpe? How are you finding it? Whave you managed to win any of the exclusive prizes on offer? Let us know in the chat box below.

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