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Win a FREE Trip to the €200,000 GTD. 2015 PokerNews Cup at Redbet Poker!

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The eighth-edition of the PokerNews Cup is just right around the corner featuring at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, from February 4 to February 9, 2015.

The upcoming PokerNews Cup is destined to be one of Europe's most interesting low buy-in event series thanks to a fantastic €250 buy-in €200,000 Guaranteed Main Event, and a calendar full of action-packed side events.

Our friends at RedBet Poker want to give you the opportunity to compete against many of our other readers for one FREE $1,200 PokerNews Cup Main Event package with everything listed below:

  • €250 buy-in to the PokerNews Cup Main Event
  • €250 paid into your RedBet Poker account for flight and spending money.
  • Three-nights accommodation at the King's Hotel

Win a $1,200 PokerNews Cup Main Event Package on Sunday!

If you want to put your hands on the package available at Redbet, make sure you don’t miss the online satellite running on Sunday, Feb. 01, at 21:00 (CET).

This PokerNews-exclusive €100 buy-in tournament is set to award one full $1,200 package to the winner, and this means that it is definitely going to be your best chance at a free seat to the PokerNews Cup.

All you need to participate - besides the buy-in - is to log into your RedBet Poker account and play.

If you don't have an account at Redbet Poker, just open a free one from here to get started on your free path to a luxurious PokerNews Cup package.

Is €100 too much?

If you think that the €100 buy-in is a little too much for your bankroll, Redbet gives you one week to earn your way to the 2015 PokerNews Cup - for free.

To win a free $1,200 package starting from a freeroll, just play in the step tournaments listed below running from Jan. 26, 2015 to Feb. 1, 2015 and prove everyone that you have what it takes to bring win one of the packages available.

For those of you that want a jump-start against the competition, you can also buy into any of the steps directly instead of qualifying into them.

Step 0: freeroll. The first stop in your path to the PokerNews Cup at RedBet Poker is absolutely for free. Redbet Poker is running daily freeroll tournaments at 17:00 (CET) with each tournament to award the top three finishers a ticket to access one Step 1 event.

Step 1: $3 + $0.30. Two Step 1 tournaments run every day from Mon. to Sat. at 19:00 and 20:00 (CET). Each tournament will award two tickets to join the Step 2 events at a fraction of their buy-in or free if you qualified into this step in the Step 0 freroll. The schedule is slightly different on Sundays, when Step 1 events are set to begin at 18:15 and 19:15 (CET).

Step 2: $20 + $2. One Step 2 tournament runs every day from Mon. to Sat. at 21:00 (CET) and features one ticket to the "Final Step." Again, the schedule is a bit different on Sundays, when two Step 2 events are set to run at 19:00 and 20:00 (CET).

The Final Step: $93 + $7. This very special $100 buy-in tournament run on Sunday, Feb. 1, at 21:00 (CET) and lets the winner take home an awesome $1,200 package to join the 2015 PokerNews Cup.

A $75 consolation prize to the 'bubble boy’

Nobody likes being the bubble boy or girl, especially in a satellite tournament for a live package.

RedBet Poker has your backs if you find yourself in this unfortunate situation in The Final Step tournament, rewarding you $75 if you just miss out on the coveted PokerNews Cup package.

And, there's more - as the poker room will be awarding the first 15 depositors who deposit a minimum of €50 a free token to join one of the PokerNews Cup Sat Step 2 events!

What are you waiting for? Sigh-up to RedBet Poker through our links today to start your path to the 2015 PokerNews Cup for free!

Read more here about the RedBet Poker PokerNews Cup Package promotion.

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