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  • ChiliPoker Now Sponsoring New Direct Flight to Vegas from Paris

    Monday, November 2nd, 2009 by t2admin

ChiliPoker recently announced they are the new sponsors of a direct flight from Paris, France to Las Vegas, Nevada. Players will now be able to hop on a flight from Paris and go directly to Vegas in just three hours.

The new flight from XL Airways will fly out of Paris Charles de Gualle on Thursdays and Sundays each week beginning on May 23rd 2010. The new flight will be made available one week before the World Series of Poker 2010 begins, which I’m sure will see a great deal of players taking advantage of the new direct flight.

ChiliPoker will also be installing a VIP counter in Las Vegas for all of the European customers. The new counter will have a multilingual team dedicated to helping tourists and poker players prepare for their time in Las Vegas. This service will include restaurant reservations, transportation and hotel accommodations.

Alexandre Dreyfus the French founder of ChiliPoker commented: “Las Vegas is one of those destinations people dream of, but which appears inaccessible. As an online poker site we felt it appropriate to offer an answer to these dreams by offering all non-English speaking European, and in particular the French, a chance to enjoy a unique experience.”
The new flight offered by Chili Poker will be one of just a small few direct routes from Europe to Las Vegas. Representatives from ChiliPoker commented that Las Vegas is a large part of their marketing strategy for 2010 in Europe.

Those who would like to go ahead and book a flight can do so through Chili Poker. Account holders at ChiliPoker who book a flight between November 15th through December 31st will earn a refund of €75 as an incentive to book a flight on the new direct route.

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