Irish Open 15th - 22nd Apr 2019 | €1,000,000 GTD ($1,130,650 GTD)
The Irish Open is back for another round of action-packed poker in the Emerald Isle at the Citywest Hotel, a fantastic setting that can easily host what’s sure to be a massive poker crowd. Along with the €1M Main Event, the line-up features a huge variety of side events, taking the festival total up to 27 events.
Since its introduction to the poker world in the 1980s, the Irish Open has become one of the most iconic poker tournaments in the world, and the longest running No Limit Hold’em tournament in Europe. Some of the most legendary players in history, such as Stu Ungar, Doyle Brunson and Chip Reese all attended the Irish Open at one time or another.
Registration for Phase 1 satellites is open on partypoker where you can win your way to an Irish Open Main Event seat worth €1,150. There are 20 Main Event seats GTD in every satellite final and feeders start from just €1.10.
If you’re one of the first 100 people to buy in to the Irish Open Main Event with PP LIVE Dollars, you’ll get €100 spending money, paid directly into your partypoker account. If you could do with building your wallet, head on over to partypoker to play the daily PP LIVE Dollar satellites. You can use your winnings for live event buy-ins and for travel expenses like flights and hotels. Check out what satellites are running now.
Citywest Hotel and Resort, Citywest Hotel, Saggart, Co. Dublin, Ireland, Ireland
The Citywest Hotel is a beautiful and luxury venue, featuring stunning scenery and a Championship golf course. It is a 4* Resort with nice bars, restaurants, and a huge venue room to play poker.
Citywest Hotel is just a 25 minute drive from Dublin International Airport. There are direct flights to Dublin from most UK airports, as well as many major European cities such as Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona, Málaga, Madrid, Frankfurt, Brussles and Copenhagen. There are also direct flights from New York and Boston in the USA, Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE and Toronto in Canada.
The Luas Tram provides fast, safe and reliable transfers from Dublin City Centre to Citywest Hotel via the Red Line. The Luas Stop "Saggart Stop" is just a 7 minute walk from the Citywest
There are 2,000+ free car parking spaces at Citywest Hotel. If you are travelling from the UK and don't mind catching a Ferry, we suggest going from the port at Holyhead, it seems to be the quickest direct route travelling from the Midlands or South of the UK.