The stunning five-star resort in Morocco has everything you need for the perfect holiday, including a healthy dash of poker…
What’s your idea of the perfect holiday? Endless sandy beaches with scorching sunshine? Horses and buggies to go exploring on straight from your hotel? A full 18-hole links golf course designed by Gary Player? Tennis courts, go-karting and a top class Spa to relax in afterwards? Exquisite food in a variety of restaurants? The Mazagan Beach Resort hits all of these and adds Africa’s biggest casino to the mix, with a dedicated poker room so you can leave with more money than you arrived.
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The Mazagan resort has been growing its poker recently, offering tournaments in addition to round-the-clock cash games. The summer schedule includes two 2,500 MAD (£180) buy-in Deep Stacks that are running July 22-24 and August 26-2, and the 1.5m MAD guaranteed (£110k) Fariss Sunset Poker event that runs September 23-25 with an 11,000 MAD buy-in (£790).
Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort is perfect whether you’re looking for a holiday with friends or your family. And paradise doesn’t have to bust your bankroll. We’ve teamed up with Mazagan to bring you an exclusive offer that could see four of you stay for three nights (two adults and two kids under 12) and pay for just two.
Breakfast and unlimited access to the Mazagan Fitness Centre and steam room is included, along with free sports and leisure activities like tennis and biking. You’ll also get a 250 MAD Casino Bonus to play with. As an example, you could head out to play the Deep Stack on July 22 and stay for three nights for just under £400. Click here to book your holiday now!
We’ve also got two Fariss Sunset Poker packages up for grabs in our exclusive competition. CLICK HERE to enter and you could be heading out to play the tournament for free, with buy-in, accommodation and expenses included.
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