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Pacific Poker handing out late fall trips
Looking for a quick break from the autumn weather before winter sets in? At Pacific Poker in late November and early December, you could win your way to Austria or score a cruise along the Brazilian coast.
Imagine turning $55 into a trip to Austria to play in the Poker Royale main event. The qualifier is running Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Pacific Poker Time.
There's still time to win your way into the qualifier for as little as 50¢ as well through satellites. For just some pocket change you could end up with a $4,000 prize package to get you to Austria and into the Poker Royale.
The $2,000 main event will take place Nov. 24-25 as a No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout. There are several other events during the tournament as well, including No-Limit Hold'em events, a Pot-Limit Omaha event and satellites to the main event.
Perhaps your tastes run more toward the warm and tropical rather than the historical and European when it comes to travel. For you, Pacific Poker offers a trip on the Tower Cruise 2.
Every two days on the poker site, players have a chance to win a $3,000 prize package that will have them set sail aboard the cruise ship MSC Opera leaving the Brazilian port of Santos and visiting Porto Belo, Santa Catarina and Rio de Janeiro Nov. 30 through Dec. 4.
While on the cruise, winners will also take part in a $250,000 guaranteed poker tournament.
The qualifiers cost $15+$1.50 for a shot at one of the prize packages, or players can also win their way into the qualifiers for as little as $1+10¢.
The $3,000 prize package includes:
- Return flights for one person from the capital of the country of origin
- Two tickets aboard the magnificent cruise ship MSC Opera from Nov. 30 to Dec. 4
- Entry into a $250,000 guaranteed tournament, one of the biggest poker events in Latin America