2011 EPT PokerStars Women Grand Final

by | Published: Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

The Pokerstars Pokerstars Women events have been very popular at the world’s number 1 poker site, and so the European Poker Tour is getting in on the action.

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From 11 May to 12 May, the PokerStars Women Grand Final will run as part of an EPT stop in Madrid, capital of Spain. The direct buy-in to this tournament will be €550, but poker playing women can join daily qualifying events now to win their place in this major live poker event.

Saturdays from 12 March through 30 April, you will have the chance to play in a first step qualifying freeroll at 13:30 ET. The winners of these freerolls get a ticket into the €109 Weekly Final.

Those who want a few more chances at winning a Weekly Final seat can try the €3.30 + R satellite tournaments at 15:30 ET each day. These offer a Weekly Final seat for every €109 in the prize pool and they will run daily until 1 May.

If you would like to avoid the masses in the freerolls and the low cost satellites, then you can try the €11 satellites at 14:30ET Monday to Saturday until 30 April. This will also offer a seat into the Weekly Final for every €109 in the prize pool, but you will need to finish ahead of fewer players to earn your prize than you would for the cheaper satellites.

Every Sunday from 13 March to 1 May, the Weekly Final will run at 14:30 ET for a direct buy-in of €109. Every final will guarantee a prize package into the PokerStars Women Grand Final at the EPT stop in Madrid. This prize pack is worth €1,050 and covers the €550 buy-in as well as cash for expenses. Winners will also be invited to a welcome reception with drinks, goody bags, and an exclusive EPT party later on!

If you want to play for your shot in the EPT PokerStars Women Grand Final event, then get on over to Pokerstars Pokerstars now! New real money players at PokerStars can earn a 100% bonus on their first deposit of up to $600, giving them great value on their early poker play.

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