Freerolling Spanish Poker Tour Castellón

Posted at 19:51 2010-06-09

Depending on where you reside in Australia, it’s probably pretty damn cold right now. But it doesn’t have to be that way. PokerNetwork has chucked a Christopher Skase and escaped Australia for the warmer Spanish summer. We want you to join us on the beach in Castellón for the third round of the Spanish Poker Tour and best of all, simply win our Everest Poker freeroll tournament and we’ll pay for your buyin, travel and accommodation!

Simply earn 50 summit points on Everest Poker before June 20, and then register for the freeroll which you’ll find in the Everest Poker lobby under the private tournament tab as "PokerNews SPT FR. Then set the alarm clock for 4:45am AEST on Monday 21st of June.

First prize in the freeroll will win a €1,100 buy-in as well as $1,000 USD for travel and hotel for the Spanish Poker Tour stop in Castellón. Everest Poker have also teamed up with us to offer a similar freeroll event for each stop on the SPT which has four events left on the 2010 season schedule.

The next stop is Castellón from August 20-22. This will be followed by the fourth event SPT Valencia between October 1-3. The freeroll for SPT Valencia will be in September. Two SPT Events will be held in November – SPT Sevilla and SPT Grand Finale at Costa Brava – which will round out the season.

All of the events garuantee at least €150,000, with the Grand Finale offering €300,000. Each event on the schedule has been well supported so far with Everest offering a full range of online qualifiers to each tournament. So what are you waiting for? Download Everest Poker and get qualifying for the Everest Poker Spanish Poker Tour and be sure to pack an extra bag too, because you could be bringing home the lion’s share of those pretty Euros!

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