PokerNews Cup Australia Satellite Series Starts at Titan Poker
Posted at 07:00 2007-06-27
Titan Poker has daily satellites to the upcoming PokerNews Cup starting from just $3+$0.30! Every week there's a $6000 PokerNews Cup package up for grabs – find out how you could be a winner.
Titan Poker already offers players fantastic opportunities to get to the PokerNews Cup Australia this October through their $5000 PokerNews Cup Freerolls. On top of these freerolls, Titan Poker has just launched their PokerNews Cup Satellite Series, presenting even more ways to get to the PokerNews Cup. The Satellites are up and running, so now is your chance to head to Melbourne.
Each Monday at 08:00 AEST, Titan Poker will be holding a $6000 PokerNews Cup Australia Super Satellite. This Super Satellite costs $200+$15 to enter and awards one $6000 PokerNews Cup Australia prize package for every thirty players taking part in the tournament, with one package guaranteed.
Each $6000 PokerNews Cup Australia Super Satellite package is crammed full of prizes. Included in each package is entry to the AUD$3000 PokerNews Cup Australia Main Event (Oct 27-29), entry to the $550 No Limit Holdem (Oct 24-25), six nights accommodation at the Crown Promenade Hotel and $1500 cash for travel and expenses.
The package also includes a Healesville Winery tour that includes a visit to the Healesville Sanctuary, plus a cruise along the banks of the Yarra River, an invite to the Welcome Party, and a special exclusive live freeroll at Crown Casino!
Titan Poker has a number of daily feeder satellites leading to the Super Satellite, allowing players to get to the weekly Super Satellite for a fraction of the price. There are Stage 1 Satellites starting from $15.50, and Stage 2 Satellites starting from just $3+$0.30.
There you have it; a dizzying array of satellites present a great variety of ways and means to win your way to the 2007 PokerNews Cup Australia. Be sure to click over to our PokerNews Cup Satellites page for more information about these and other excellent PokerNews Cup Satellites. If freerolls are what you're after, PokerNews has you covered as well. Our comprehensive freeroll tournaments page has over seventy PokerNews Cup Freerolls, plus other exclusive monthly freerolls.
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