Play the EPT London Women's Event? There's an app for that.

The European Poker Tour is still raging on in Barcelona, and the next stop is London. Players will begin to descend on the poker festival on October 2, with the special £300 + £30 NLHE Women's Event scheduled for Saturday, October 5.

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You need to know this because you could win a £1,100 prize package to be there and play in the Women's Event. Yes, you.

First, click here to go directly to our special Facebook quiz app. Or, head to our Facebook page. Then click on the PokerStars Women Quiz.

Second, follow the instructions and answer the questions provided. We want to test your poker knowledge! Answer the five questions - use our special hints if necessary - and then check your score. (The faster you answer the questions and fewer hints you use, the higher your score will be.) By giving your email address and PokerStars ID when prompted on the screen, you are then qualified to win the £1,100 PS Women Live EPT London prize package.

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It's really that easy!

Of course, there are a few requirements.
1. Have a valid PokerStars ID.
2. Enter only once per person.

Anyone can play, though only women can win the actual EPT London prize package to play the Women's Event. The quiz remains open until September 16.

The top 100 scorers will be entered to win the top prize, so do your best on the quiz! Your score does matter.

Keep in mind that this isn't the only way to win your way to London. The PS Women Live satellite program is in full swing with opportunities to win a €1,100 prize package to the city of your choice on the EPT schedule. The turbo Round 1 satellites begin at only €1.10 and run every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, with a prize package guaranteed every Sunday in the Weekly Final.

Of course, the quiz might be the easier way to go. But EPT London is not something any player wants to miss, so don't be afraid to try the quiz and the satellites!

Best of luck!

Jennifer Newell is a PokerStars freelance contributor.

Jen Newell
@PokerStars in PS Women