888 Poker Takes you to Venice

Published March 25, 2014

888 Poker Takes you to Venice

Try your luck at winning a $2,000 holiday package to Venice at 888 Poker.

It's hard to argue that Venice isn't one of the world's most unique and beautiful cities. With 888 Poker, players get the chance to actually travel to the Queen of the Adriatic and play in one of the world's oldest casinos! The famous Ca’Vendramin Calergi Casino in Venezia will be the hosting venue of the 888Live circuit which will commence on April 10, 2014, and players can win a very tempting holiday package to travel and take place in the event.

Destination: Venice

This week, 888 Poker players get a shot at winning a luxury poker holiday package worth of $2,000 as they travel to Venice to explore the city and play poker with 888's ambassadors in the famous Venezia casino. The winner will receive 4-night lodging at a top Venice hotel (including breakfast).

During these four days, the lucky winner will enjoy a $550 + $50 tournament buy-in, a special bounty freeroll with 888 ambassadors, an 888Live kit with all kinds of 888 goodies and to top it off – the winner will attend an exclusive welcome event and be given a tour of Venice. Travel expenses are included in the pack and are worth $350.

How to Attend

To get a shot at the Venice prize, players can either enter a series of satellites with buy-ins beginning at $1 or try their luck at the next and final Venice qualifier which will take place next Sunday, March 30. The required buy-in is $190+$10 and the event will take place 21:15 GMT. To get to the tournament page, simply navigate your way to the "Tournaments" tab and then to "Live Events".

There's one week left so wear your poker face on and get to 888 Poker – good luck!

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