Cruise with the Dutchman, Titan Poker

Marcel Luske
Dutchman prepping his post-buffet cruise look at the 2007 WSOP

The Flying Dutchman, Marcel Luske, earned his now infamous moniker in his early years on the European tournament trail, flying from city to city to build his rep and his bankroll.

Ten years or so on, Luske has seemingly picked up an affinity for the comforts of a mellow Mediterranean cruise as well, becoming the prominent poker face of MonteCarlo Tournaments, the world's first dedicated tournament cruise company.

And you'll be able to join him on an upcoming three-day €1,000 No-Limit Hold'em cruise, if you'd like, with poker cruise prize packages worth $3,200 now available at Titan Poker.

MonteCarlo tournaments are held on-board the luxury cruise ship MS Jules Verne, sailing out of Malaga (Spain), with a maximum of 500 players per tournament.

The particular cruise the Titan prize packages are for will head out Jan 27, hitting Tangiers and Gibraltar before returning to Malaga June 30.

Here's how you can get aboard: Daily $11+$1 sit-and-gos and multi-table tournaments are already up and running, with one seat in a MonteCarlo Tournaments main event available for every 10 players.

Two of those main event super satellites are then set for Nov. 18 and Jan. 6, with a $100+$10 buy-in if you fail to qualify in advance.

At those, one $3,200 prize package, including tournament buy-in, deluxe room on board, €500 spending money plus flights and transfer costs, will be available for every 32 players.

For all the details and the daily satellite schedule, visit Titan Poker.

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