Choose Your Own Satellite Packages from Poker770
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Poker770 is without doubt the best iPoker skin if you want to qualify for live poker events, as they always have an array of qualifiers to the biggest events in Europe and beyond. Right now they are hosting satellites to the Irish Open, APT Manilla and the WSOP.
But if you want to get onto the live felt for a fraction of the cost, it does not stop there. That is because Poker770 have introduced three regular online satellites in which the winners can choose where their prize package will take them.
On the Last Sunday of every month at 21:30 GMT you can play in either the Ace, King or Jack Live Final. These are three tiered qualifiers to win a €6,000, €2,000 or €1,000 tournament package of your choice. As you would imagine, there are a wide range of daily satellites to win a seat in these monthly finals starting at freerolls all the way up to €56 stage 1 feeders.
The Jack Final is a €85 freezeout with a €1,000 live tournament package to the winners, where they can choose to play in events like the Spanish Poker Tour, Deepstack Open events and more.
The King Final is a €175 freezeout with a €2,000 live package for everyone who wins, for events like the Unibet Open, Full Tilt Espana Series, EMOP Barcelona and more.
Finally for the high rollers, the Ace Final is a €275 freezeout with a €6,000 package on the table. Ideal if you are thinking about venturing out on the European Poker Tour trail this year.
What makes this promotion special is the flexibility of it, you can win your package without even knowing where you are going yet and pick an event to suit you. Also this series is only on Poker770, so the traffic will be considerably lower than the iPoker network wide satellites.
Not only do they have one of the most jam packed live satellite schedules in all of poker, sign up to Poker770 via PokerNews using bonus code PKRNEWSEN and you can also play in exclusive $2,770 Club PokerNews freerolls.