Bring a Mate: Save €800 with Battle of Malta Friend Package

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Poker tournaments are better when your friends are there to cheer you on and the 2012 Battle of Malta is no exception thanks to the Friend Package.

One of the best ways to get into the first-ever PokerListings.com live tournament, each Friend Package costs €1,970 and includes buy-in and accommodation for two players.

That’s just €985 for each player with a chance to make some serious cash in the €150,000-guaranteed Battle of Malta.

Set to take place Nov. 22-25 at the Portomaso Casino in St. Julian’s, the Battle of Malta will be hosted by noted poker personality Kara Scott. Dan "jungleman12" Cates, Johannes Strassmann, Andrea Dato and Gaelle Baumann will also be playing the tournament.

Despite its relatively low buy-in of €550 the Battle of Malta will give entrants the chance to experience the picturesque Mediterranean island with a welcome party and unmatched hospitality.

There are a number of options for players looking to buy-in directly as you can get your tournament seat for just €550, while a single-player package costs €1,400 and a two-player Friend Package is €1,970.

Each friend package includes:

  • Two €550 buy-ins to the Battle of Malta
  • Four nights accommodation in a double occupancy room at the Hilton
  • Buffet meals
  • Access to VIP parties
  • Special side events and giveaways

European poker players can also get steeply discounted airfare to the Battle of Malta through Lufthansa Airlines. For more information about the many ways to get into the action, check our Battle of Malta homepage.

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