888Live Local Features 25 Affordable Poker Festivals Throughout 2015

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Poker players from around the world have been enjoying the 888Live Local tournaments taking place in over a dozen countries throughout 2015.

There are 25 different stops this year on the schedule in over a dozen different countries, providing many players a chance to play in a deep-stacked event at a very low cost.

So far, 10 of the 25 events are in the books, with stops already taking place in London, Dublin, Valencia, Prague, Melbourne, Milton Keynes, Estoril, Vienna, and Barcelona, before returning back to London.

The next stop is at the Casino Olympic Tallinn in Estonia from June 26-28, followed later in the year with stops still to come in Marbella, Newcastle, Bilbao, Opatija, Budva, Melbourne, Madrid, Newcastle (again), Villamoura, Northern Cyprus, Milton Keynes (again), Extremadura, Nova Gorica, and Montreal.

Buy-ins for these events are designed to allow any player to get involved with most of the tournaments featuring an affordable €200+20, £200+20, or a $250+$25 buy-in. Despite the low cost, each player will receive a healthy 25,000 starting chips, allowing plenty of play, which is unusual outside big buy-in events.

In addition to being able to directly buy into these events, players can qualify into the tournament of their choosing online for a fraction of the cost at 888poker. Winners of these satellites can choose to attend the event themselves or sell their seat to another player as long as the event is still 14 days away or more by contacting live@888poker.com.

The 888Live Local poker festivals are great if you are looking to play a deep-stacked event for a low cost in your home country, or looking to take a vacation that also involves an affordable poker experience. Head to the 888Live Local webpage to check out the full schedule and all the terms and conditions.

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