Tournaments begin Tuesday for players at Full Tilt Poker to win their way onto the "Poker After Dark" television show. The series will end with one player receiving a $25,000 prize package that includes a seat on the show.
Full Tilt Poker is currently the only poker site where players can win a seat on "Poker After Dark," which will be broadcast by NBC six nights per week starting Tuesday and features some of the world's top poker players.
Sit-and-go tournaments begin Tuesday and will run around the clock giving people a chance to win their way to the final qualifier. The top two finishers from the satellites will move on to the weekly Round 2.
The Round 2 tournaments take place Tuesdays at 10 p.m. (EST) or Saturdays at 3 p.m. (EST). If you want to skip the first round and start directly in Round 2, the direct buy-in is 100 poker points.
The top nine players in Round 2 will advance to the "Poker After Dark" qualifier.
There are two other ways to get into the final qualifier with absolutely no real-money cost. The first is a direct buy-in of 10,000 poker points. The second is to win your way through special 18-player sit-and-go satellites that cost 600 points.
So for only the cost of Full Tilt Poker points, one player can win the prize package which includes the $20,000 tournament entry and $5,000 in spending money. On the show, that player will play with well-known pros for a shot at $120,000.
To get in on this and other tournaments at the poker site, visit Full Tilt Poker.
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