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Represent Your Nation At the 2010 Everest Poker European Cup

Posted by David Cowell on July 21, 2010 at 11:58 GMT

The next Everest Poker European Cup (EPEC 2010) is coming up, and the site is offering players the chance to represent their country in the €100,000 main event.

There will be a team of 15 EverestPoker players representing 15 different nations heading to compete in the largest freeroll tournament in Europe for beginners in online poker. The most successful team will receive the honorable EPEC 2010 Title.

You can qualify for EPEC live or online starting in February. And it’s free to try!

Every 2010 EPEC Live Finale Package is worth €2,000 and includes all you’ll need for your EPEC weekend in Southern Europe coming up this May.

These are the countries permitted to compete for EPEC 2010 title (listed in alphabetical order): Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Everest Poker is hosting weekly Direct Entry tournaments, going on now, with 4 taking place for each of above-named countries. Each of these online Direct Entry will qualify 2 players to go to the Live Finale. All in all, 225 players will head to the Live Finale of the 2010 EPEC to play for the title.

Free daily satellites are also running now at Everest Poker to award free seats into one of the Direct Entry Qualifiers. There are 6 EPEC 2010 Direct Entry qualifiers going daily, with the top 25 from each heading on to the next Direct Entry event. Alternatively, players can choose to pay 100 Summit Points for direct entry into the Direct Entry event.