Dates : Wednesday 5th April 2023 until Thursday 6th April 2023
Venue : Royal Dublin Society, Merrion Road (R118), Dublin
Website : www.irishpokeropen.com
How to get there :
By Car :
Dublin City Centre is approximately a twelve-minute drive from The RDS. For traffic information updates around Dublin and city centre visit AA roadwatch.
The RDS is located on Merrion Road (R118) which is a main artery into Dublin city centre. The RDS is within easy reach of the M50 north and south bound. There is ample parking available onsite at the RDS.
By Bus :
The RDS is serviced locally by Dublin Bus from Dublin City Centre, with a number of routes:
4 From Harristown To Monkstown Avenue via Ballsbridge (Anglesea Rd.)
7 From Mountjoy Sq. Towards Loughlinstown/ Cherrywood via Ballsbridge (Anglesea Rd.)
18 From Palmerstown (Old Lucan Rd.) Towards Sandymount via Ballsbridge (Anglesea Rd.)
7a From Mountjoy Sq. Towards Loughlinstown
27X From UCD Belfield To Clare Hall Via RDS Ballsbridge
There are also multiple routes serviced to and from the nearby Donnybrook Road, Bus Garage on the N11 which is only 10 minutes walking distance from the RDS. They are 46a, 145, 32x, 39a, 41x, 7b, 51x, 66x and 67x.
For further information on local Dublin Bus routes visit www.dublinbus.ie
InterCity Rail services run from 2 different Dublin stations: Heuston Station and Connolly Station:
- Heuston Station has trains to and from to Ballina, Westport, Galway, Limerick, Tralee, Cork, Waterford, Portlaoise and Kildare
- Connolly Station has trains to/from Belfast, Sligo, Dundalk, Kildare, Longford and Rosslare Europort. The Luas Red Line links the two stations door to door
Heuston Station/Connolly Station to RDS: please visit Transport for Ireland for options.
The RDS is linked to the train stations by the DART at Connolly Station. Connolly Station is linked by the DART service to Lansdowne Station and Sandymount Station both of which are approximately a 5-minute walk from the RDS.
Wed 6pm : Irish Amateur Poker Championship Day 1 (€250) – play to in the money / 2am latest
Thu 12pm : Irish Amateur Poker Championship Day 2
Additional Event Info :
Open to everyone – all players must have photo ID to register.
Buy-in is available in-person, in the venue, on the day.
Hosted as part of the Irish Poker Open 2023 festival, the Irish Amateur Poker Championship will play with a single Day 1 as a 2-day NLHE MTT FREEZEOUT, and play to ‘in the money’ on Day 1, or 2am latest.
The prize pool will be confirmed on completion of the late reg period, which is for 8 levels, and the clock reduces to 20 min when 3-handed.
APAT Championship Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals will be awarded to the top 3 individuals – no player deals on payouts are facilitated.
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