Daily $100,000 Team PokerNews WSOP Satellites at MANSION

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May 15 2007

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PokerNews/PokerNetwork have always chased exclusive deals for players and are now pleased to announce the MANSION Team PokerNews Main Event Satellite Series, which will run from May 21-28. This amazing seven days in May will see a whopping 56 players each win a $12,500 package, including entry into the WSOP Main Event and spending money. That equates to eight players a day!

From May 21-28, MANSION will replace its daily Guaranteed $100,000 Tournaments with the MANSION Team PokerNews Main Event Satellite Series. For each day of the Series, eight players will each win a $12,500 Team PokerNews WSOP prize package, which includes entry into the ‘big dance’ of poker; the 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event. MANSION Poker and Team PokerNews are proud to offer this Series to PokerNetwork players.

Every $12,500 prize package consists of entry to the 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event, valued at $10,000 and a further $2,500 cash for travel and accommodation expenses. Winners will also join Team PokerNews and attend exclusive PokerNews dinners and events, and be kitted out in Team PokerNews apparel for the Main Event.

All tournaments in the MANSION Team PokerNews Main Event Satellite Series are open to the public, with buyin set at $100. Players can alternatively qualify for a place in a MANSION Team PokerNews Main Event Satellite in either $10 (multi-table tournament with re-buy) or $20 (freezeout) tournaments. Players that win a place through qualification will play in the next calendar day Satellite.

“We know [players] already enjoy the extraordinary overlays that MANSION is renowned for and we are proud to work alongside PokerNews adding real value and money for players”, Kathryn Farrell, Communications Manger for MANSION poker clarifies.

For Gareth Edwards, Marketing Director of PokerNews, working with MANSION Poker was a natural fit. “Both PokerNews and MANSION Poker make player value a big priority”, explained Mr. Edwards, “and we’re thrilled to partner with them to bring an extra 56 players to Team PokerNews at this year’s WSOP Main Event”.

The MANSION Team PokerNews Main Event Satellite Series starts on Monday May 21 at 21:00 AEST. There are two tournaments on Wednesday May 23 at 06:00 and 21:00 AEST, and another two tournaments on Friday May 25 at the same times. The final tournaments are on Sunday May 27 at 06:00 AEST, and Monday May 28 at 06:00 AEST.

Team PokerNews are also hosting a MANSION Poker $12,000 Added Team PokerNews WSOP Satellite on Sunday May 27 at 07:00 AEST. This satellite costs only $50 to enter and adds a $12,000 Team PokerNews prize package on top of the already lucrative prizepool. Start bank is 5000 with 15 minute levels.

Stop dreaming about playing at the World Series of Poker Main Event and make it happen with Team PokerNews and MANSION Poker.

MANSION Team PokerNews Main Event Satellite Series
Monday May 21 21:00 AEST - $100,000 Guaranteed WSOP Satellite
Wednesday May 23 06:00 AEST - $100,000 Guaranteed WSOP Satellite
Wednesday May 23 21:00 AEST - $100,000 Guaranteed WSOP Satellite
Friday May 25 06:00 AEST - $100,000 Guaranteed WSOP Satellite
Friday May 25 21:00 AEST - $100,000 Guaranteed WSOP Satellite
Sunday May 27 06:00 AEST - $100,000 Guaranteed WSOP Satellite
Sunday May 27 07:00 AEST - $12,000 Added WSOP Satellite
Monday May 28 06:00 AEST - $100,000 Guaranteed WSOP Satellite

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