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EPT Grand Final Spin & Go's Now Running for €10 on PokerStars

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  • PokerStars is offering the chance to win a prize package to EPT Grand Final for a mere €10.

The dream of every small-stakes poker player is to one day play in a major event, and PokerStars is offering a chance to live that dream for just €10.

Of course, you're going to have to get very lucky to do so. But, the chance is now available through a new promotion called EPT Grand Final Spin & Gos. The promotion takes PokerStars' popular Spin & Go format at a €10 price point and throws in a small chance (0.05 percent) of binking a European Poker Tour Grand Final package valued at €9,000.

As usual, the EPT Grand Final will be held in Monte Carlo, where players who win the packages will get eight nights' accommodation along with a guest at Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort from April 29-May 7. Winners also get $1,125 in travel expenses and a €5,300 buy-in to the EPT Grand Final Main Event.

The EPT Grand Final Spin & Gos will run March 10-April 10.

Monte Carlo has played host to the EPT Grand Final almost every year since its inception in 2004. Past champions of the storied event include Gavin Griffin, Mohsin Charania, Steve O'Dwyer, and Adrian Mateos, who defeated a field of 564 for a first-place prize of €1.082 million last year.

Click here for your chance to turn €10 into a €9,000 EPT Grand Final package.

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