Monday, October 11, 2010

WPT France Entry Celebrated at Party Poker

The World Poker Tour has been all over the place in Europe, but one country has been notably absent from the proceedings at Party Poker This country is of course France, but recent procurements in the legal structure of the country have started to allow poker events to take place within its borders.

As a result, the World Poker Tour has added a stop in Amneville to the overall tournament tour and this in turn will allow the French population to get more directly involved in the expanding poker activities taking place all over the world.

This year, WPT Amneville will be starting on November 2nd and will run through to November 6th In order to celebrate this newfound interest in their poker tournament series, Party Poker ahs decided to pull out all of the stops and host one of the most involved satellite tournament structures available for any WPT event in their history At least, this is true relative to the size of the event in its first year.

Players that are able to wade through the satellite structure at Party Poker will receive a WPT Amneville prize package that is worth $7000 This includes not only the $4500 that is needed for a buy-in at the event, but it also includes money on top of that for you to spend on accommodations, travel and spending money during the times when you are in the city but not necessarily playing poker at one of the tournament tables.

Another thing that players will get from this prize package is the hospitality of the Party Poker online poker organization, something that has been world renowned for some time especially as it relates to their World Poker Tour festivities.

This time around however, Party Poker will be pulling out all the stops to make sure that their online poker operation goes as smoothly as possible A successful 2010 WPT Amneville festival will certainly give rise to more stops in France in the future and that of course is what Party Poker is after A good investment for the present that allows players to truly appreciate this tournament will lead to even better things down the road.