Australian poker fans will be able to keep a close eye on the Irish Open this year despite the event taking place on the other side of the world.
Organisers of the vent have revealed that live streaming will take place this year, meaning poker fans the world over will be able to keep up-to-date with the play.
Poker lovers have also been urged to use Twitter to keep in touch with interact with commentators, reporters and bloggers at the event.
The Irish Open looks set to enjoy a profile bigger than ever before with a host of top names already confirmed.
Daniel Negreanu Phil Hellmuth, Eoghan O'Dea, Carlos Mortensen and Faraz Jaka are just some of the high-profile players heading to the Burlington Hotel el in Dublin for the April 6th to 9th tournament.
"This year the Irish Open will see the live stream re-broadcast with hole cards and additional analysis of the hands being played," the Open's organisers commented.
"The final table will be broadcast live with hole cards as the players will be sequestered away from all outside communications until they have been knocked out."