Offers New Irish Sign Ups in February Chance to Win VIP Packages to the Cheltenham Festival

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All new Irish real money sign ups at Ladbrokes online poker site this month entered into freeroll for VIP packages to Cheltenham Festival today announces details of its exclusive Cheltenham racing festival promotion which will see all new Irish real money sign ups at Ladbrokes online poker site in February entered into a no-limit hold'em freeroll with five exclusive VIP Cheltenham festival packages up for grabs.

Irish players who sign up for a new account this month using the code WORLDHURDLE are in with a chance of winning a pair of VIP hospitality tickets in the March 3 freeroll which includes a champagne reception, three-course meal and $1,000 in expenses to the world's greatest racing festival at Cheltenham on Thursday, March 12, 2009.

Edward Ihre, managing director of, said, "Following the successful migration to the Microgaming network we wanted to offer both Irish poker players and racing enthusiasts the chance to experience the special atmosphere of Cheltenham as well as the fantastic new features and promotions at" recently underwent a substantial makeover and along with a state-of-the-art new design has more players, a choice of US $ and euro currencies, a new lobby and software, bigger events and promotions, and a better multi-table tournament schedule.

The site is currently giving away $4 million in the world's richest cash game race rake over four months where the top 3,000 rakers each month between January and April 2009 will share in $1 million per month.

The company is also giving away scores of Las Vegas Dream packages which see successful players win seven nights' accommodation in Caesars Palace, $2,000 expenses, VIP tickets for top Vegas nightspots and buy ins to three World Series of Poker main event satellites exclusive to Ladbrokes players which will award 20 seats.

For further details contact brendan.murray (at) pokermediaconsulting (dot) com.


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