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Don’t Miss The Redbet Live in Dublin on Sept. 10!

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  • If you are into low buy-in events and you are looking for value, get ready for some action in Dublin!

  • The Redbet Live Main Event starts on Sept. 10 in Dublin, Ireland

If you are into low buy-in events, and you are looking for good value, get ready for some action in Dublin, Ireland, as the next leg of the Redbet Live begins on September 10!

Built around an exciting €350 buy-in Main Event and a number of low buy-in side events, the Redbet Live Dublin will run from Sept. 10-14 at the Bewley's Airport Hotel, an excellent location that is often used for the best poker events that take place in the Irish capital.

Here's a look at the official programme of the 2015 Redbet Live Dublin

Don’t Miss The Redbet Live in Dublin on Sept. 10! 101

The event in Dublin, which marks the conclusion of the Dublin Poker Invasion, a two-week long poker festival that started on Sept. 1 with the MPN Poker Tour, will try to replicate the enormous success of the Redbet Live Rozvadov.

Held earlier this year at the King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, the event attracted more than 1,100 entries, smashing the €200,000 guarantee on tap and generating a massive €300,000 total prize pool.

Back then, it was Spain's David Perez Sanchez who took down the €299 buy-in Main Event and walked home with the €54,359 top prize after literally dominating the whole event.

The Redbet Live Heads to Prague in December

The Redbet Live in Dublin isn't the last leg of the series; in fact, the poker room is already working on their next big event, the Redbet Live Prague.

Running from December 7-12 at King's Casino located inside the Corinthia Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic, the event is set to become the highlight of the season due to the fact that the tournament, which will feature a €350 buy-in, is taking place at the same time as other major events in Prague.

The Redbet Live Prague is set to include twelve different events including a €10,600 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller and the invite-only HESOP Championships. PokerNews will have more on this stop as details are released.

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