We have 6 players left in our Last Longest competition which will see the longest lasting paddypowerpoker.com Spooktacular qualifier take home a Madchester Poker Open seat worth £550.
The last remaining 6 are:
Some of the 45 players to hit the rail thus far include:
We have an €85 + €15 Freezeout kicking off at 8pm and plenty of cash action.
Late reg on the main event is also open until 7.45pm so it’s not too late to get in on the action!
Still 4 hours of late reg left but we have seen the €50K guarantee here at the Paddy Power Poker Halloween Spooktacular smashed with 131 entries thus far, creating a prizepool of €65K.
Chip counts and bust outs are all available over on the live stream by clicking on the chip icon.
Keeping the chip trays nice and dry
Mick McCloskey currently sitting on just over 22K chips was one of the lucky winners of a £55 MADchester Poker Open feeder token last night as he took his shot in the €10K GTD side event.
To celebrate the Paddy Power Halloween Spooktacular Poker Festival (jaysus that’s a mouthful), we are running a freeroll tonight at 9.30pm for our loyal blog followers (and freeroll hunting googlers) with spooky amounts of Madchester Poker Open feeder tokens up for grabs.
Password is: SPOOKY
Day one of the Spooktacular Main Event has now begun and we are live streaming it over on paddypowerpoker.com with live chip counts and bust outs.
Click here for your viewing pleasure..
Half an hour ago we shuffled up and dealt in the first event of the Paddy Power Poker Spooktacular Poker Festival In the Red Cow Hotel, Dublin.
With another 2 hours of late reg to go, we have already surpassed the €10,000 guarantee on tonight’s side event!
The weekend’s event schedule is as follows:
24th October: €100+20 freezeout with €10k guaranteed
25th – 26th October: Main Event €500 + €60 with €50k guaranteed
25th October: Side Event €85 + €15 freezeout
26th October Side Event PLO €230 + €20
26th October: Side Event €85 + €15 freezeout
It’s time for another caption competition. But before we do that, the password for the Freddie Mays Bounty tournament at 9pm tonight is:
Shock horror at Anfield this week as man who spends £500 a week on the upkeep of his mohican turns out to be useless at football. I mean no-one could have ever forseen this happening, could they? What was Brenton Rodgers thinking of when signed him? Wilfried Bony was available for the same money but instead he plumped for a half time shirt swapping guaranteed trouble maker who created a whole ONE assist in his entire Man City career.
At least he provided some comedy value for his £16m at QPR on Sunday with that open goal. I might laugh now but quick note to self: stop watching games where you’ve bet on Balotelli’s team to win in future – for health reasons. How awful must it be to actually support a team that he plays for? Here’s a picture of the heroic Mario having one of his good days (I think). Why always me? I wonder Mario.
Congratulation to David Luttrell for winning last week’s competition with: “Do you think my face should be on the back of the pound, Sterling?”