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350 WSOP Main Event Seats to be Won this Monday!

Posted at 20:29 2010-06-17

Every year online poker sites give away hundreds of seats for the World Series of Poker Main Event. However, it’s not very often that hundreds of WSOP Main Event seats are given away on the same day. But that’s exactly what is going to happen on June 21st when PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, and Ultimate Bet give away 350 WSOP Main Event seats.

PokerStars will be giving away the most WSOP seats with 200 on the line this Sunday. The 200 prize packages are worth $12,000 each, which covers the $10,000 Main Event buy-in along with $2,000 left over for travel expenses and hotel accommodations. Those who wish to play for the $12,000 prize packages can buy into a satellite for as little as $1.10 or use 100 Frequent Player Points. Anybody that goes on to win the Main Event through PokerStars will be eligible for an extra bonus worth as much as $1,000,000.

Full Tilt Poker is also running a WSOP mega-satellite this Monday morning with a total of 150 Main Event seats to be given away. Much like the PokerStars prize packages, the Full Tilt Poker packages are also worth $12,000 with the extra $2,000 going towards travel expenses. People who want to play for the 150 WSOP seats at Full Tilt can satellite in for $1 or 50 Full Tilt Points. If your bankroll is looking good, then you can pay the $600 + $40 fee to enter the main qualifier.

The third site that’s offering $12,000 Main Event prize packages is Ultimate Bet. UB will give out a total of 50 WSOP seats this Monday. The cheapest satellites Ultimate Bet are offering are $11 qualifiers while players can also directly enter the main qualifier for $500 + $30.

No matter which site you choose to play at to win a WSOP Main Event seat, you should sign up today so that you are ready to grab one of the 350 opportunities this Monday!

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