Unibet Open Copenhagen 2013
07-10 March 2013
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The Unibet Open is back, and it’s going to be bigger than ever before when we descend on Copenhagen for the first leg of Season 6!
Europe’s friendliest and liveliest poker tour will be heading to the Danish capital from March 7-10 to kick off the 2013 Unibet Open season with the kind of spectacular festival of poker, parties and Unibet games that our players have become accustomed to.
The festival will take place in the glamorous Casino Copenhagen, housed within the Radisson Blu Scandinavia – one of Copenhagen’s finest hotels, which will also provide accommodation for Unibet players during the festival. The NLH Main Event buy-in is €1,500+150 and we’ve got a wealth of poker side events lined up that will keep even the most action-hungry poker player satisfied.
If you do find yourself unlucky enough to bust out early, there’s no need to feel down when you’re right in the heart of one of Europe’s most vibrant and stylish cities. Beyond the full schedule of side events, the rest of Copenhagen also awaits – and Unibet will be throwing plenty of parties to get you in the mood to enjoy all that the city has to offer.
Qualifiers are running right now on Unibet from freeroll up – click here for the full weekly schedule. Each package is worth €2,500 and includes a €1,500+150 buy-in to the Main Event; four nights for you and a guest at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia; €300 for travel expenses; breakfast and dinner daily during the tournament – and, of course, an invitation to the legendary Unibet Open Players’ Party.
Who will be the greatest Dane of all, come March 2013? Get qualifying and it could be you…
Unibet reserves the right to change the schedule.
Casino & Hotel
Amager Boulevard 70
2300 København S, Denmark
Website: Click Here
Tel: +45 33 965 965
Casino InformationThe Casino is open every day from 14:00 to 04:00.
Smart casual but no sportswear, shorts, caps, sun glasses etc. Men are not allowed to wear sleeveless T-shirts. Coats are to be left at the cloakroom.
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Copenhagen
Amager Boulevard 70
2300 Copenhagen, Denmark
Website: Click Here
Tel: +45 33 965 000
Good to Know
Copenhagen's Kastrup Airport (CPH) on Amager is the hub for Scandinavia's largest international carrier SAS — Scandinavian Airlines, but several other carriers service direct intercontinental routes to Copenhagen, including: Air Canada, Delta, Egypt Air, PIA, Qatar Airways, Thai, Singapore Airlines and United Airlines.
A number of low-cost carriers also fly to the airport: EasyJet serves Copenhagen from London Stansted, Manchester, Milan, Geneva, Paris CDG and Berlin Schönefeld. Air Berlin flies direct to Düsseldorf, Berlin and Palma de Mallorca. Norwegian offers budget flights to (among others) to Oslo, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Budapest, Paris, Geneva, Vienna and Warsaw.
Copenhagen Central Station is located in the heart of the city, bordering to the rough but also trendy Vesterbro. It is a gateway to all public transportation in and out and around Copenhagen.
Here you will find buses, taxis, local S-trains as well as regional trains which will take you to North Sealand, other areas of Denmark, Sweden and most of Europe - and the airport.
It takes twelve minutes by train to get from Kastrup to the central station (Hovedbanegården) in the city centre. You need a ticket for three zones which can be purchased from one of the automated vending machines or the ticket counter located inside the atrium and costs 36 DKK for a single journey. The Copenhagen Metro also connects Kastrup with central Copenhagen, with trains leaving every four minutes during the day and every fifteen minutes at night, taking fourteen minutes to the city center (for the same ticket and price of 36 DKK). It is operating 24h a day!
The quickest way to get to the hotel is to take the metro at Lufthavnen st (Metro) and exit at Islands Brygge st (Metro). Please note that you will need to change metro lines, since the one coming from the airport, does not stop close to the casino/hotel.
The airport has different stations for mainline trains (Københavns Lufthavn, Kastrup Station) and for the metro (Lufthavnen Station), both are located within Terminal 3.
Another metro station is named Kastrup but has nothing to do with the airport although it is relatively close.
The Greyhound Bus line 999 runs from Malmo to Copenhagen and stops at Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup (by Terminal 3), Sydhavnen (the South Harbour), on Kongens Nytorv by the Royal Theatre, Nørreport and the Town Hall Square.
A cab ride is the most expensive way to get to and from the airport. To Copenhagen city centre it will cost around 250 and 350 DKK. Taxi stands are located just outside terminal 3.
LEVEL SMALL BLIND BIG BLIND ANTE 1 25 50 2 50 100 3 75 150 4 100 200 5 150 300 25 6 200 400 50 7 300 600 75 8 400 800 100 9 500 1000 100 10 600 1200 100 11 800 1600 200 12 1000 2000 200 13 1200 2400 200 14 1600 3200 300 15 2000 4000 400 16 3000 6000 500 17 4000 8000 500 18 5000 10000 1000 19 6000 12000 1000 20 8000 16000 1500 21 10000 20000 2000 22 12000 24000 3000 23 16000 32000 3000 24 20000 40000 4000 25 30000 60000 5000 26 40000 80000 5000 27 50000 100000 10000 28 60000 120000 10000 29 80000 160000 15000 30 100000 200000 20000
STARTING CHIPS = 20,000
All level last 60 min.
After every second level – 15 min break.
60 min dinner break after 4th round.
The tournament director reserves the right to change the structure.