Party Poker has WPT Slovenia Tournament Freerolls and Satellites

Posted on by RTR Rachel

If breathtaking scenery and a fantastic nightlife are on your list of must-haves for a live poker tournament, then you should check out the WPT Slovenia satellites and freerolls that Party Poker is offering. In regards to the actual tournament, WPT Slovenia will be held in Portorož, which is a world-renowned beach resort with a fantastic nightlife.

Seeing as how the setting for this tournament is so cool, there are bound to be plenty of players from around the world who’ll be attending this $4,700 buy-in event. And you can be one of them simply by playing in the aforementioned Party Poker satellites and qualifiers. These tourneys allow you to play your way into a $7,200 WPT Slovenia prize package, which includes the following perks:

– $4,700 WPT Slovenia Main Event buy-in

– $1,000 in hotel accommodations at the Grand Casino Portorož

– $1,300 in travel cash

The WPT Slovenia satellites and freerolls will be running until July 3rd, and you can earn 50% rakeback on Party Poker satellite buy-ins. This being said, here is a quick look at all of the qualifiers and free poker tournaments you can play in:

– Daily WPT Slovenia Freeroll: Top 25 players earn a spot in the $1 WPT Slovenia Sub Qualifier Speed Rebuy through this freeroll.

– $1 Daily WPT Slovenia Sub Qualifier Speed Rebuy: One WPT Slovenia Satellite Qualifier seat for every $42 in the prize pool.

– $5.25 +$0.75 Daily WPT Slovenia Sub Qualifier Speed: 1 out of every 8 players will receive a WPT Slovenia Satellite Qualifier seat.

– $39 + $3 Daily WPT Slovenia Satellite Qualifier: Happens at 13:45 ET, and one out of every 10 players will win a seat for the WPT Slovenia Satellite.

– $360 + $30 WPT Slovenia Satellites: Takes place on Sunday at 15:30 (server time), and 1 out of every 20 players will receive a $7,200 WPT Slovenia poker tournament prize package.

Keep in mind that Slovenia is set to offer one of the biggest World Poker Tour events of the year. So don’t miss out on your chance to play in this huge tournament!

Tip of the Day: Don’t overvalue your implied odds when faced with insufficient pot odds. For instance, if you have a 12% of making a hand, yet you have to contribute 20% of the pot to call an uber-tight player, you don’t have good implied odds.

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