PokerListings.com has announced that the second edition of its annual Battle of Malta will be held from September 26 to September 29 in Malta’s Portomaso Casino. Interested players can qualify for the same at the end of this month at Party Poker and immediately at 888 Poker.
The event, which challenges players to win their share of a €200,000 prize pool, will feature a Second Chance Tournament with a guaranteed prize of €10,000 and plenty of exclusive parties. The Second Battle of Malta promises plenty of fun, sun, poker, and cash for any poker player who cares to take part.
Just like before, the €200,000 event will be hosted by Kara Scott, the prominent ESPN/WSOP personality. The buy-in for the Battle of Malta Main Event will be just €550 and prominent poker players such as Daniel Cates, Andreas Hoivold, and Johannes Strassman will be taking part. PokerListings.com will present live video coverage of the Battle of Malta.
Any poker player, operator, or affiliate is welcome to take part in PokerListings.com’s Battle of Malta 2013. Players can either buy-in directly to the event or get an exclusive package for the same at PokerListings.com. Each PokerListings.com Battle of Malta 2013 package comprises a 4-night stay at Malta’s 5 Star Corinthia Hotel, the main event buy-in of €550, entry to giveaways and side events, daily breakfasts and buffet lunches, complimentary BOM VIP party and opening cocktail party, and others.
Interested players can purchase the €1,400 package or a Main event seat for €550 by sending an email to email@example.com.
The Battle of Malta comprises an NL Texas Hold’em tournament based on the re-entry format and carrying a guaranteed prize of €200,000. The focus of the event is to provide an exclusive poker experience for casual poker players. It offers an opportunity to not only win attractive cash prizes, but also get a poker holiday and interact with poker players from different parts of the world in a friendly atmosphere. The staff of the Battle of Malta comprises certified members of the Poker Tournament Directors Association (TDA), employees, and poker pros from different parts of the world. The first Battle of Malta attracted a field of 349 players. The final heads-up match was played between Niccodemo Piccolo and Giulio Astarita and, ultimately, it was Piccolo who took home the first place prize of €35,000.
For more information about the Battle of Malta, players can visit http://www.pokerlistings.com/battle-of-malta.