PokerNews Cup is now less than a month away!
The excitement is building for the PokerNews Cup sixth edition in Vienna, Austria from October 9 to 12. Even though the €250 buy-in PokerNews Cup Main Event is affordable to many of our readers, why pay for a chance at a piece of the €75,000 guaranteed prize pool when you can get their via Full Tilt Poker for just a few dollars?
Win One of Nine PokerNews Cup Packages at Full Tilt Poker
Full Tilt Poker already awarded nine players a $1,150 PokerNews Cup package on August 13, and plans to award nine more players on September 10 in a tournament with a minuscule $3.30 buy-in.
You can easily find this poker tournament under the private tab in the Full Tilt Poker tournament lobby either via the tournament ID 271603191 or by scrolling down until you see listed at September 10 at 15:00 ET the PokerNews Cup Montesino tournament. You will need to enter the password "pnsepmontesino" when trying to register.
We don't expect thousands of players playing for a PokerNews Cup package, meaning it will be not all that difficult for you to potentially win one of the nine $1,150 packages available that include:
- 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
Great Value! How Do I Get Involved?
Getting involved in the upcoming PokerNews Cup Montesino qualifier at Full Tilt Poker couldn't be any easier. In fact, if you have already opened a Full Tilt account through PokerNews, you are automatically eligible.
If you do not already have an account, now is the perfect time to do so. If you sign up to Full Tilt Poker through our links and make a deposit, not only will you be eligible for these great value-added PokerNews Cup satellite tournaments, but you will also receive a huge 100% first-deposit bonus up to $600!
We wish you the best of luck in winning one of the nine available PokerNews Cup packages in this great satellite tournament at Full Tilt Poker on September 10. Get started by downloading Full Tilt Poker through PokerNews Canada today.