Winners at the weekly Super Satellite tournaments will play on Titan Poker’s behalf at the most exciting live poker event in the southern hemisphere.
LONDON, November 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ Leading online poker room in Europe, Titan Poker, will send a delegation of qualified players to the Aussie Millions 2012, the most exciting live poker event in the southern hemisphere.
Titan Poker has launched a series of satellite tournaments to determine the winning players that will participate on its behalf at the Aussie Millions Main Event tournament, which will take place at the Crown Casino, Melbourne, Australia, starting January 22, 2012.
Winning players at Titan Poker’s weekly Super Satellite tournaments will be awarded with a $16,000 Prize Package, including the $10,000+$600 (AUD) buy-in to the Main Event tournament; $2,500 for 10 nights’ accommodation and breakfast at the Crown Promenade Hotel; $250 for handling fees; and $2,750 for flights and expenses. Participating players will receive tickets to an exclusive VIP Players party.
Titan Poker’s weekly Aussie Millions 2012 Super Satellites are staged on Saturday nights as a freezeout tournament with a buy-in of $500 + $35. To qualify for a seat at the Super Satellite, online poker players can enter one of Titan Poker’s many scheduled and sit ‘n’ go qualifiers, with buy-ins starting as low as $0.5+$0.05.
Poker novices and veteran poker players alike are invited to try out the free poker download at Titan Poker and win their way to the exciting Aussie Millions Poker Championship in Australia.
About Titan Poker:
Titan Poker is the number one online poker room in Europe and part of the iPoker Network. Titan Poker’s software is developed and maintained by Playtech, a public company and leading gaming software developer. With tens of thousands of online players at peak hours, Titan Poker guarantees millions of dollars in monthly prizes, offers an easily redeemed first deposit bonus, features special sit ‘n’ go tournaments with progressive jackpots as high as $300,000, and awards players with entries to major worldwide poker tournaments.