Win a TCOOP ticket with @PokerStarsBlog

December 12, 2012

You’re great. Yes, you. You’re so brilliant that we think that you should get a free $27 ticket into the upcoming Turbo Championship of Online Poker. All you need to do is decide who you think will win the EPT Prague Main Event and tweet us your answer to the @PokerStarsBlog Twitter account. We have five TCOOP tickets to give away so you’re in with a good shout if you get it right.


Do you think Team PokerStars Pro Johnny Lodden will win?

Just follow these instructions to enter our Twitter TCOOP competition:

1) Check out our coverage of the EPT Main Event here in Prague. Check the line-up of remaining players, chip counts and style of play. Decide who you think is going to win. Alternatively, pick a name at random and cross your fingers.

2) Go to the @PokerStarsBlog Twitter account and hit follow. Then tweet us the full name of your horse followed by the hashtag: #EPTPrague Do not forget the hashtag!

3) Only enter once. Multiple entries will be disqualified, so no Twitter-bombing!

4) Entry is open until the end of play Day 4 (tomorrow, 13 December) but…

5) One of the five tickets will go to the first person to have picked the correct player. The remaining four tickets will be drawn at random from the remaining correct tweets. Will you wait until late tomorrow or will you try to be the first to flag a name?

6) We’ll notify the winners in the days following the EPT so keep an eye on your Twitter account. The editor’s choice is final and there is no cash prize alternative. You will need a real money PokerStars account to play TCOOP.

8) And last, but not least, keep your eyes peeled for some exciting TCOOP news in the coming days.

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…or maybe Manuel Bevand?

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…or possibly Ramzi Jelassi?

Click through to see all side event results or the live reporting, news and interviews of the main event here. Follow the @PokerStarsBlog Twitter account to keep up to date wherever you are.

is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.


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