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Everest Poker Headed To Monte Carlo

Everest Poker, which was recently acquired by Magnas Gaming, a company partly owned and controlled by the Principality of Monaco, will host a brand new series of events in Monte Carlo this April dubbed The Everest Poker ONE.

The series will will go off Apr. 21-24 inside the opulent Salle des Palmiers at the Monte-Carlo SBM resort in Monaco with a €5,000+300 €1 million Guaranteed main event beginning Apr. 22.

Side events include a €1,000 No-Limit Hold‘em tournament, ?500 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo tournaments and a ?25,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller event.

"The ONE is more than a tournament; it’s a reflection of our Everest Poker values and a testament to the strong relationship we have with Monte Carlo," said Everest CEO Aymeric Vigneras.

"With a small and intimate field, fantastic deep stack structure and the renowned personal service in Monte Carlo, we are positive we have added an exciting new addition to the global tournament calendar.”

Everest is promising numerous accessible ways to qualify for the event, VIP experiences and exciting parties.

Daily online poker satellites have already begun on Everest and direct entry qualifiers will be held every Tuesday with €7,000 packages up for grabs that include the main event buy-in, airfare, dinners and accommodation.

Thomas Kremser of TK Poker Events has signed on as Tournament Director.

“If you only play one live tournament this year, make it The Everest Poker ONE,” added Monte-Carlo SBM CMO Axel Hoppenot.



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