How great would it be to be headed to one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe this Fall to play against fellow PokerNews readers around the world?
We are pleased to announce our sixth edition of the PokerNews Cup, this time around at the Montesino Casino in Vienna, Austria, from October 9 – 12, 2014!
There is no better time to be had on the live felts than the PokerNews Cup! Previous editions of the live poker event organized by PokerNews have pitted recreational and amateur players from dozens of countries against each other to see who could come out on top.
And keep in mind that this year, the PokerNews Cup features an action-packed €250 buy-in, €75,000 guaranteed main event!
Get Into the 2014 PokerNews Cup for $3!
Our friends at Full Tilt Poker want to help you get to the 2014 PokerNews Cup for just $3.30! There are two incredible satellites to the PN Cup in the lobby each awarding nine players a PN Cup package valued at $1,150, including a main event buy-in.
Here is a complete look at what can be yours if you are one of the 18 winners of a PokerNews Cup package at Full Tilt Poker.
- A seat to the €75,000 guaranteed PokerNews Cup Main Event
- Three nights at the 4-star Hotel Roomz in Vienna
- $350 cash for travel and spending money
How to Get involved
If you already have a Full Tilt Poker account through PokerNews, you are automatically eligible to play in these tournaments. The tournaments will take place on August 13 & September 10, giving you two chances to win one of the 18 $1,150 packages Full Tilt Poker is awarding our players.
You can still get involved even if you do not already have a Full Tilt Poker account. Just download Full Tilt Poker through our links, deposit a few bucks so you have enough for the entry fee, and you can battle it out with other PokerNews readers for one of the coveted PokerNews Cup packages.
Since these satellites are only available to our players, we expect both freerolls to have a huge overlay and value. So don't forget to mark August 13 & September 10 on your calendar to have a chance at playing in the PokerNews Cup for just $3.30!