GGPoker satellites: win the tickets for Irish Poker Open main event 2020

Irish Poker Open 2020 Satellites

GGPoker shared the good news with its players according to which they have the opportunity to win the tickets for Irish Poker Open main event with €1 000 000 guarantee through the satellites, as well as $150 tickets for GG Masters tourney.  

Irish Open will be conducted from 6 to 13 April in Dublin, Ireland. Its Main Event with €1 000 000 guarantee and €1 150 buy-in will consist of 4 game days. These events are scheduled for the following dates:

  • Day 1 (Day 1A, Day 1B, Day 1C, Day 1D) – from 8 to 10 April;
  • Day 2 – 11 April;    
  • Day 3 – 12 April;
  • Final day – 13 April.

How to obtain the ticket for Irish Poker Open

GGPoker proposes everyone interested the following satellites which allow getting the ticket:  

Irish Open 2020 $1.50 Feeder (rebuy is available)Every 3 hours (every day starting from 00:00 UTC)$10 ticket to Irish Open event
Irish Open 2020 $10 Qualifier (re-entries are unlimited)Every day (at 19:45 and 22:15 UTC)$60 ticket to Irish Open event
Irish Open 2020 $60 Satellite (three re-entries are allowed)Every Thursday (20:05 UTC), every Sundays (22:45 UTC)$1 275 ticket to Irish Poker Open ME

You can utilize your ticket for registration in any of the 4 game days of Day 1. The players, who won 2 or more tickets to ME, are able to change them for $T. However, the first entry won to ME must be utilized for participation in the live event.  

Also, GGPoker prepared good bonus for the winners of tickets to Irish Poker Open ME: GG Masters ticket costs $150 which will be granted within 3 days of winning the first entry to Irish Open ME through GGPoker satellites. The term of ticket validity is 30 days and it is not eligible to be transferred and exchanged. If you still do not have an account, you can safely register at GGPoker and get a favorable first deposit bonus.

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