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World Poker Tour Slovenia a First

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Jun/20/2011
World Poker Tour Slovenia a First

The World Poker Tour will make its way to the nation of Slovenia for the first time ever.  This leg of the tour will be held at the luxurious resort of Portoroz, Slovenia next month (July 2011).  PartyPoker was offering the ability to qualify for a $7200 package to the main event (upravičeni WPT Slovenijaqualificarsi WPT Slovenia)

Included amongst the early confirmations to take part are Tony G, Marvin Rettenmaier and Dominik Nitsche. 

The WPT Slovenia will feature a €3,000 + €300 Main Event and takes place at the idyllic Casino Portorož from July 17th – 21st, 2011, the first major international tournament after the WSOP® Main Event.

The event is likely to attract many pros from neighboring poker hotbeds like Italy and Austria. 

- Gambling911.com Staff

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