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Boylepoker.com Offers VIP Upgrades to Early Registrants for International Poker Open

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DUBLIN, August 25, 2010/PRNewswire/ — Online Poker Players Who Register for the Boylepoker.com International Poker Open by September 20 Can Freeroll to VIP Status Boylepoker.com today announced its early registration offer to poker players for the upcoming Boylepoker.com International Poker Open.

Every player who registers for the Boylepoker.com IPO by September 20,2010 will be entered into an online freeroll. The top three in this freeroll will have their IPO ticket upgraded to a VIP package.

A VIP IPO package consists of buy-in to the tournament worth EUR200, three night’s accommodation in an Executive Room at the Regency Hotel during the IPO, EUR100 towards travel and spending, and entry to a EUR100 + EUR10 IPO side event of the player’s choice

As an added bonus, all fourth to 10th place finishers will be given entry to a EUR100 + EUR10 IPO side event of their choice.

The EUR180 + EUR20 buy-in Boylepoker.com International Poker Open 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 Boylepoker.com.

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.

About Boylepoker boylesports logo

Boylepoker is part of the biggest European poker network – iPoker. Players have access to a huge range of tournaments running around the clock with massive guaranteed prize pools and the opportunity to qualify for prestigious live events. The company does not accept players from the U.S.

For further information contact brendan.murray@pokermediaconsulting.com
+353863057469

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