Boylepoker International Poker Open Returns
Europe’s Largest Tournament Is Back in October With €20,000 Added
Boylepoker.com has announced the return of the International Poker Open, Europe’s largest poker tournament, from October 19 to 21, 2012.
The three-day, €230 buy in event takes place at the Regency Hotel, Dublin, Ireland and the final table will be delayed until November 10 and streamed live on the web.
Boylepoker is adding €20,000 to the prize pool in the form of 20 additional €1,000 prizes for players who earn a total of 350 loyalty points at the site between now and October.
Players who earn a total of 1,000 loyalty points in any calendar month between June and September can also receive a buy in.
Ciaran Corbett, poker manager at Boylepoker.com said, "We are expecting another massive field this year and are preparing once again set a new record for the largest Poker field ever assembled in Europe. So we’re telling poker players to get involved early and help us smash last year’s €277,000 prize pool”.
Last year the event was won by Luke Martins who took home €51,350 for topping the 1,388-strong field.
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