Boom! iPoker adds packages & seats in Road to Dublin promotion

iPoker has launched a new promotion part of a series of events during the year with this one offering more than €20,000 in added seats and packages. 

The promotion is the focus of the iPoker network’s Road to Dublin which gets underway this weekend. The Road to Dublin promotion covers 15 different tournaments on its network which includes Dublin-based giant Paddy Power.

Seats + packages February 11

This Sunday, there are three added €1,150 seats and one added €2,250 package up for grabs in four different tournaments. Buy-ins range from €10 to €50 with a €2,250 Irish Open package added to the prize pool. Qualifiers are also running throughout next week with a number of €1,150 seats added. 

Seats + packages February 18 + February 25/26

On Sunday, February 18, there will be another tournament featuring an added €2,250 package and the final weekend of the Road to Dublin promotion also has an added €2,250 package. The final chance to benefit from an added €2,250 package is on Monday, February 26.

All ten €1,150 added seats and the five added €2,250 packages are a bonus for players – and come on top of the normal prize pool. Buy-ins range from €20 to €250 during the 15-day promotion. The €2,250 package includes buy-in for the Irish Open Main Event (€1150) and €1,100 in spending money (credited to your online account). 

In addition to its schedule of multi-table tournaments, the iPoker network is also running a leaderboard which will also include tickets for the Irish Open satellites.

The Irish Poker Open is the longest-running No Limit Texas Hold’em poker tournament in Europe and is taking place this year from March 25 to April 1 at the Royal Dublin Society

Last year’s record-breaking Main Event attracted a total of 2,491 entries creating a guarantee-busting €2,428,725 prize pool. More than 620 players won their seats online including champion David Docherty who qualified for just €109 and won €365,000. Padraig O’Neill, who won EPT Prague in December, was among the 200+ players who qualified on Paddy Power.