Leinster’s Regency Hotel is not only a gateway to Dublin’s world-renowned nightlife and daytime sights, but its close proximity to dozens of major attractions make it the perfect choice for a poker weekend with a difference. From Croke Park, to the Helix Theatre, Clontarf Golf Club, to the Botanic Gardens, there’s plenty to keep you busy on and off the felt.

Scheduled Events

Check out the schedule below for more on upcoming the upcoming MEGASTACK events held at

  • May 12-14, 2017

MEGASTACK Tournament Schedule

Hit the link below to download your MEGASTACK schedule.

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Venue Information

Address: Regency Hotel, Swords Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland.
Telephone: +353 1 837 3544
Dress code: Smart casual is the general rule. Smart jeans and smart trainers are acceptable.
Minimum age: Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome. No identification is required unless you appear to be under the age of 21.

Travel Information

Bus/Car: The Regency Hotel is ideally located on the main bus corridor between Dublin City Centre and the Airport.

The journey time on the bus is between 10 and 15 minutes depending on traffic and the cost of a single journey from the Hotel to the city is €2.15, or €2.30 to and from the airport.

Taxi’s to and from the Airport should average at €17.00 a journey to the city centre from the Hotel should average €10.00

Train: Drumcondra suburban rail line is just ten minutes from the hotel and provides access to one of the two major train stations in Dublin, Connolly Station, where it is possible to connect with InterCity trains to most major towns and cities in the country.

Buy-in Information

Onsite registration for the Main Event will be open two hours beforehand. Please Note: you are unable to un-register and receive a refund after the tournament start time.

You can buy-in onsite using any of the following options. Please Note: that we cannot accept part payment of one payment type with another.

  • CASH – Euro
  • CREDIT/DEBIT CARD – please ensure your card is valid in the Republic of Ireland.