Unibet Poker Open Malta Approaches
Two Packages Guaranteed Tonight In €110 Buy In Online Poker Satellite at Unibet.com
The Unibet Open returns next month with a poker festival featuring a €1,500 + €150 buy in main event in Malta from March 10 to 13, 2011.
Players can qualify for this event, being held at Casino Portomaso, St. Julian’s, at Unibet.com tonight Tuesday February 22, 2011 in a €110 buy in satellite which guarantees two packages to the main event.
Packages are worth €2,500 and include accommodation for four nights, buy-in to the event (€1500 + €150), travel expenses of €300 and breakfast and dinner daily during the tournament.
The satellite structure sees players start with 5,000 in chips and 15 minute blinds.
The last Unibet Open, held in London in December, was won by Dutchman Paul Valkenburg who took down £109,550 for his victory over 272 opponents.
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