This excellent, player-friendly, and creative series is still moving forward at an astonishing rate, with the next two tour stops being announced and qualifications already underway, even though the virtual ink from the most recent edition of The Festival Bratislava is barely dry!
At Dusk Till Dawn, you may play all night long
After its debut in Bratislava in 2021, a successful summer stop in Tallinn, and a triumphant return to Bratislava in October, where the Main Event guarantee was dramatically increased to a staggering €500,000, The Festival will be hosted by the renowned Dusk Till Dawn Poker Club in Nottingham, February 13-19.
Dusk Till Dawn is filled with poker enthusiasts.
Dusk Till Dawn, founded in 2007 and controlled by the renowned poker player Rob Yong, has become the largest poker club in the United Kingdom by concentrating on grassroots, low-stakes players. The ideal location for The Festival Series, whose €550 Main Event is quickly becoming a favorite among European players. The Festival Bratislava featured 1,271 entries and a prize pool of €603,725 that much exceeded the €500,000 guarantee.
The week-long event in Nottingham will include the typical distinctive combination of poker, tournaments centered around casino games (what’s your roulette strategy?) and sports betting, as well as parties and entertainment away from the table. Noting that Dusk Till Dawn is a prominent poker partner of Luxon Pay enables poker enthusiasts to purchase into poker tournaments using the Luxon Pay app (at Dusk Till Dawn you can even use Luxon Pay to buy into cash games).
Poker in the Mediterranean: The Malta Poker Festival
The announcement of The Festival Malta as the second leg of the Series in 2023 is a tribute to The Festival’s unprecedented success (May 15-21).
The Festival will make its debut in the Mediterranean, hosted by the Portomaso Casino in St. Julian’s, Malta, for an additional week of action-packed enjoyment. This is not simply a luxury casino in a wonderful location, but also one of the world’s premier poker venues, having hosted numerous big tournaments.