Qualify for the French Open at Titan Poker

If you're looking for a free trip to France and a chance to play in a European Poker Tour (EPT) event, it's time to head to Titan Poker. Satellites are already playing there for as little as $1 to win your way into the EPT French Open.

The site will be awarding $9,000 prize packages for the event which includes the buy-in, flights and accommodations. One prize package will be awarded for every 30 players participating in the Super Satellite.

There are several ways to get into the Super Satellite. The quickest is to just pay the $300+$20 buy-in.

Not everyone has a bankroll that will accommodate that price though, so there are qualifier tournaments and sit-and-go events for a lot less through which players can win their way into the Super Satellite.

For a buy-in of $1+20¢ or $4+40¢, players can play in ongoing sit-and-go tournaments that will get them into a daily Stage 2 satellite.

In the $1 events, one seat in the satellite will be awarded for every eight players who enter. In the $4 event, one seat will be awarded for every six players.

There are also a $9+90¢ sit-and-gos running that will get players directly into the next available Stage 1 satellite. One seat will be awarded for every six players in the sit-and-go.

The ongoing sit-and-gos wouldn't be complete without those that will get you directly into the Super Satellite as well. For $64+$6.40, still a fraction of the cost of the Super Satellite, one seat for every five players will be awarded.

Another place to start working your way up to the Super Satellite is through the multi-table stages. Stage 3 qualifiers run daily for $1+20¢. One spot in the $22+$2 Stage 2 qualifier on the following day will be awarded for every $24 in the prize pool.

The $22+$2 Stage 2 qualifiers run daily at 4:30 p.m. (EST) with one player for every $44 in the prize pool moving on to Stage 1.

There is also a second Stage 2 qualifier for $6+60¢ at 3 p.m. (EST) during which one player for every $44 in the prize pool will move on to Stage 1.

If you haven't found a way to win your way into one yet, the daily Stage 1 qualifiers will cost you $40+$4. They run at 2:30 p.m. (EST) with one seat for every eight players awarded for the final EPT French Open Super Satellite.

Poker fans still have a little less than a month to try to win their way into the Super Satellite which will take place Feb. 4 at 3:30 p.m. (EST).

The EPT French Open main event will take place Feb. 20-24 at the Deauville Casino in France.

For more information or to get in on this and other tournaments, visit Titan Poker.

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