Full Tilt Announces International Poker Open Tour 20155 years ago
BigA;maya owned and operated Full Tilt has announced its sponsorship of International Poker Tour 2015 in the press release sent to the media earlier today. International Poker Open is a tour with very rich and colorful history, making it extremely popular among players.
The Tour will kick off on May 22 at the Star Casino Bray in Dublin, with the $250 Main Event. Friday and Saturday will feature two starting flights, while the final day will take place on Sunday. There will be a range of side events taking place over the weekend as well, including €50 Turbo, €100 Turbo bounty as well as a deep stacked event.
With affordable buy-ins and satellites but big prize pools, we’re giving players of all levels a great live poker tournament experience, whatever their bankroll. Dominic Mansour, Full Tilt's Managing Director;
Last year, the IPO Main Event gathered 1,600 entries and generated a prize pool of €330,000. The organizers are hoping to beat that number this time around, by increasing the number of online qualifiers.
Online satellites kick off today on Full Tilt and players will be able to earn their seats from as little as $0.25. For those who want to buy in directly, there is an option of paying the full $250 through the client, making it super simple and easy to reserve your seat in the event.The International Poker Open Tour has gone from strength to strength
Stephen McLean, Tournament Director for the International Poker Open, expressed his satisfaction with the fact that Full Tilt is taking up the sponsorship of the tour. McLean believes that Full Tilt will help bring more players and that the tour will grow bigger than ever before.
The IPO will have several more stops in the coming period, including London, Cork, Newcastle and Killarney. New stops will also be added and announced in 2016.
For more information about the events and full schedule of the upcoming stop, visit the Full Tilt International Poker Open Tour page and pick your battling ground.
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