Qualify for the UKIPT Galway Main Event at Full Tilt and you could play the rest of the season for free!
Once the World Series winds down in July there’s only one place to consider for your next busman’s holiday – Galway. Full Tilt is putting on a massive festival around the UKIPT Galway, with a schedule of 60 live events, culminating in the €1m guaranteed €1,000 +€100 Main Event which runs August 8-12.
Starting July 27 with the €135 +€15 NLHE Galway Cup (with an estimated prizepool of €100k) and taking in some other games including Bridge and Open Face Chinese, all the action takes place in a purpose-built poker village in the city-centre harbour.
If you fancy getting involved, satellites are running now at Full Tilt Poker. You can win your UKIPT Galway Main Event package worth €2,200 for free in daily freerolls, or via direct qualifiers and satellite tournaments starting from $2.20. The UKIPT Galway packages include buy-in, five nights accommodation at The Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa with breakfast included, plus spending money. Seat-only satellites are also available.
Qualify through Full Tilt and you’ll also be eligible for the Last Longer promotion. The qualifier who lasts longest out of all Full Tilt’s online qualifiers will win a pass to all the remaining legs of the UKIPT Season 4 – London, the Isle of Man and Nottingham in 2013, with at least five more stops yet to be scheduled in 2014.
“The Last Longer Sponsorship prize package gives our qualifiers even more to play for – as if the €1,000,000 prize pool guarantee wasn’t enough!” said Sarne Lightman, Full Tilt Poker’s Head of Marketing. “The winner will earn a seat at all of the remaining UKIPT Season 4 Main Events, including those that have yet to be announced, and get more opportunities to add to the prize money they win in Galway.”
It’s a pretty juicy bonus and with no-limit events starting at around €50 and the Galway Races running alongside to provide even more gambling action, we think it’s going to be a hit. You can check out the full schedule of what’s shaping up to be the biggest festival of poker in Europe by clicking here.