Everest Poker Satellites to Monte Carlo €1,000,000 Tournament

Posted at 13:14 2011-02-10

With a €1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool and prime location at the Sporting Monte Carlo, Everest Poker One is going to be one of the hottest tournaments in 2011. And the great thing is that you could have your $6,900 Everest Poker One buy-in paid for just by playing in Everest Poker’s satellites and qualifiers.

Everest is running satellites every day with freerolls, Summit Points freerolls, and $11 and $33 satellites all leading to the big prize - a $9,000 prize package. The $9k Everest Poker One prize packages include:

- $6,500 + $400 Main Event buy-in

- $1,450 in accommodations (shuttle, VIP dinners and three-night hotel stay)

- $650 airfare

To find the satellites for this event, go to the “Scheduled Tournaments” section of the Everest Poker lobby, and look under the “Live” tab. Of course, you can skip all of the qualifiers, and just use 1,725,000 Summit Points to purchase a $9,000 prize package.

Earning this amount of Summit Points isn’t easy, but it’s entirely possible through the VIP Summit Club, where players can advance up the tiers towards major cash. As long as you earn 300 Summit Points a month, you’ll achieve Base Camp status, which allows you to double Summit Points earned, and cash out up to $50 through points.

The highest level of the club - The Summit - requires that players earn at least 50,000 points a month; however, it’s well worth the effort since players’ Summit Points get multiplied by nine, and they’re allowed to earn up to $5,000 by converting points into cash.

Aside from the excellent VIP Summit Club and €1,000,000 Everest Poker One tournament, you’ll also find numerous other big events at Everest including their $50,000 Sunday Guaranteed tourney and the Sit & Go Steps, which allows you to turn $2 into a $10,000 prize. Download Everest Poker today!

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