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London Poker Festival set for September

TAGs: Bluff Europe, London Poker Festival

london poker festival8th August 2012 (LONDON, UK)- Once again, the London Poker Festival will position the UK capital at the centre of the poker universe this September, with almost 80 events spread across eight different card rooms and over £1m in prize money up for grabs and plenty of guaranteed prize pools. Coordinated by Bluff Europe Magazine, the festival includes tournaments and cash games to suit all pockets, plus parties, comedy nights, live music, a poker academy and the British Poker Awards.

Main events include the LCI UK Poker Tour, The Unibet Open London, The Big Bluff Five-O, the GUKPT, The English Poker Open, The September Festival Main Event and the 888.com Superstack Series. However, the festival offers tournaments for every level of player, with many of the participating card rooms putting on their own special events in honour of the festival.

Michael Caselli, Editor in Chief of Bluff Europe, said, “The London Poker Festival is a unique celebration of the London poker community, which is the best in the world. By putting on this very special schedule events, we want to give something back to the poker community while at the same time positioning London as a major poker destination to the rest of the world.”

For a full schedule of festival events, visit www.londonpokerfestival .com.

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About London Poker Festival (www.londonpokerfestival.com):

The London Poker Festival is one of the world’s largest schedules of poker and poker-related events. Throughout the entire month of September, poker enthusiasts from around the world can partake in almost 80 listed poker festival-calendared events, play at multiple festival venues around London, attend poker seminars, hosted parties, and special events. This September, watch the London poker scene come alive as the city plays host to the EPO, The Unibet Open, the GUKPT and the British Poker Awards and much, much more. For a full calendar of festival events visit www.LondonPokerFestival.com

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