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Get ready for the London Poker Festival – Schedule Announced

London Poker Festival this September will be one of the biggest months for live poker the city has ever experienced.  With more than 100 poker events and more than £12 million in real money poker tournaments the city of London is certainly excited. The Festival will include poker tournaments of all sizes and will feature events  like the huge WPT London Poker Classic. This event will begin August 30th at the Mayfairs, Palm Beach casino. Following this live happening is the highly anticipated “Poker in the Park,” which will set Leicester Square the poker room for London between September 2nd and 3rd.
Meanwhile, beginning on September 11th is the English Poker Open. Following this seminal event is the inauguration of a new ceremonial event called The British Poker Awards. Here you will find the who’s who from the British poker community and will be held at new recently unveiled Shaftesbury avenue poker club, The Fox Club. Finally, September 14th at The Casino at the Empire will be home to the World Series of Poker Europe. Now that’s a lot of poker!
Spotlight on: The London Poker Festival.
For the third consecutive year The London Poker Festival has maintained its mystique as the Europe’s largest single poker event. Poker enthusiasts, from novice to expert throughout Europe come to Leicester Square anything for free poker lessons and tutorials hourly free poker tournaments as well as parties, music and entertainment. Included in the festivities are great deals on poker paraphernalia. All of UK’s biggest poker leagues will be present and you never know what they will bring with along.
You can be sure to see your favourite celebrity poker players including WSOP Main Event Winner Jamie Gold, who is set to host a charity tournament. For a comprehensive look at the scheduled events log onto: www.BritishPokerFestival.com.
Thursday 13th of August – (17:00 – 21:30)
Friday 14th of August – (12:00 – 21:30)

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