One of the largest and longest poker tournaments of the Europe that is Irish poker tournament will return to its destination in March 2016. The final/main event of the tournament would have a very good €500,000 guaranteed cash pool prize. This particular poker festival is been through many years. The tournament is in process since 1980 and started by a Dublin based legendry bookmaker Terry Rogers. The official partner for the great Irish poker championship is Paddy Power, a top bookmaker in Europe and Ireland.
In one a press notes provides by Irish poker league it is mentioned that the 2016 Irish poker festival will see a main event of €500,000 guaranteed cash pool prize to which the buy in shall be €1,150. The festival will take place from March 21st to march 28th, 2016 at one of the top casino destinations in Ireland/Europe that is City West hotel and Golf resort in Dublin.
Here are some other important information regarding the great Irish Poker festival will be held in March 2016.
Apart from the main event of buy in €1,150, there shall some other prestigious money making events took place such as event for €2,000 High Roller, €250 Mini Irish Open, €350 pot limit Omaha€350 no limit hold’em six-max and €250 buy-in Seniors event.
Please take a look at some of the Past years Irish Poker Festival main Event results:-
In this current year of 2015, a Greek Poker Player Mr. Ioannis Triantafyllidis from topped the list and earned a cash prize of €209,500. Total participants were 321 and the buy in was €3,200+€300.
For the year 2014, of the same poker championship, Patrick Clarke of won €200,000. The total number of entries to the main event at that time were 411, whereas the buy in was €2,000+€250.
In the year 2013 of the Irish Poker Tournament a player from… named Ian Simpson won final table and a cash prize of €265,000. Out of 505 entries Ion got the first prize. The buy in for the game was €2,000+€250.
In the year 2012 of the tournament a pro poker player, Kevin Vandersmissen booked for the first prize of €420,000 to which the buy in was €3,200+€300 and total number of entrants were 302.
In the year 2011 an Irish Poker Player, Niall Smyth grabbed the first position and collected a cash prize of €550,000. The buy in was €3,500 and total number of entrants were 615.