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Head To ChipMeUp And Join The WSOP Fantasy League!

Posted at 14:02 2009-05-15
Want a chance to win a package to the PokerNews Cup, Aussie Millions some seats to awesome online events? Well then head over to ChipMeUp and join the 2009 WSOP Fantasy League!
 
Taking part in this competition is about as simple as putting on a pair of thongs! All you need to do is use a ChipMeUp account and pick out your favourite pro’s to be in your dream team. The player whose team accumulates the most WSOP Player Of The Year points will be victorious and take home the prize package! It is just that simple!
 
Ok so we have had a look at the juicy stuff, now let’s check out the finer details.
 
There are two leagues running:
 
The Amateur League
Entry is free and you can only create one dream team. The winner will take home a package to the 2009 PokerNews Cup Australia in October.
 
The Pro League
Entry is $10 per team with no limit on how many dream teams you can create. The winner will take home a package to the 2010 Aussie Millions in January.
 
One of the great things about this competition is that you don’t need to come first to be a winner! In true ChipMeUp fashion package winners will only be playing for 50% of any prize money in their given event. The remaining 50% will be distributed from 2nd-18th place as determined by ChipMeUp. Additionally, 2nd- 8th place also receive tickets to some great online events.
 
You had best get cracking though as you only have up to the beginning of the WSOP to choose your team. Once the World Series begins, players will not be allowed to make any team member changes.
 
For full details, including point allocation and detailed payout structure, please see ChipMeUp Fantasy League today.
 
We recommend all players read the full Terms and Conditions prior to participating.

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