Qualify for May's €500,000 Eureka Rozvadov Main Event
The Eureka Poker Tour has been breaking all kinds of records. The Eureka Main Events which took place at both EPT Prague and then EPT Vienna were record breakers, and we hope to see that success continued next month at Eureka Rozvadov in the Czech Republic. A chunky €500,000 tournament guarantee has been put and you can take a bite at that cherry for a lot less than the €1,100 buy-in if you qualify online (see below). Qualifiers start for as little as €1.10.
The festival runs May 22-26 with a large 20 event schedule. Buy-ins start from as low as €40 and go all the way up to the €2,150 High Roller. You can check the full Eureka schedule here.
The easiest way to get a seat at Eureka 4 Rozvadov is to qualify online. To find qualifiers and buy-in directly, go the PokerStars tournament lobby then click 'Events' > 'More' > 'Eureka'.
Play satellites on PokerStars and you could win your seat at Eureka Poker Tour for as little as €1 - or just 250FPP. A complete prize package includes buy-in, accommodation and spending money, and when you're there, you can expect the full PokerStars experience.
Hotel or opt-out
As a special one-off promotion, the Eureka team are offering players who win a full package to the chance to opt-out of the hotel portion of their package. If you would like to take up this offer please contact firstname.lastname@example.org no later than three days (72 hours) after winning a full package satellite. If you choose to opt-out of the hotel part of the package, your account will be credited with €870 and you will then be responsible for making your own accommodation arrangements for the event. Please note that you must still play the event. It is only the hotel part of the package that you can opt-out of.
We will not be able to grant any opt-out requests sent after the mentioned three-day period. This promotion will run until May 11. All players who qualify for full package after that date will not be eligible for the opt-out promotion.
Rick Dacey is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.