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Boylepoker expands satellites for International Poker Open

16 Aug 2010

DUBLIN, Ireland -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Boylepoker today launches its expanded satellite schedule for October's International Poker Open in Dublin.

Online poker players can now qualify for Europe's largest poker tournament every day at 20:15 BST for just EUR22 with a host of feeder satellites for these daily freezeout tournaments available from EUR3.30.

Additionally all IPO online qualifiers before Sept. 20 will be eligible to play in an exclusive freeroll which will play down to a final table of eight online. Play will then be suspended and the final table will resume (with chips stacks the same as when play was suspended) at the Regency Hotel, Dublin on October 15, 2010 at 8 p.m.

The winner of the tournament will receive a $5,000 sponsorship package and the runner up will receive a IPO 2011 ticket. All final table players will receive free accommodation on Oct. 15.

The EUR180 + EUR20 buy-in IPO is a no-limit hold'em freezeout taking place from October 15 to 17, 2010 at the Regency Hotel, Dublin. It will have an estimated prize pool of EUR250,000 including EUR20,000 added by

To register directly for the tournament simply download the software (, open the Poker Lobby, go to 'Boylepoker Exclusives' and choose your preferred start date.

Players should register early to avoid disappointment as last year's event sold out long before the closing date. It attracted a record-breaking field of 1,440 runners from 18 countries and was won by German Markus Sippe, who took home $62,250 for topping the field.
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