Party Poker WSOP For Life Promo - It's Not Too Late!

Posted at 16:55 2010-06-09

With its $10,000 buy-in, the WSOP Main Event is one of the world’s most expensive poker tournaments. Perhaps that’s why Party Poker’s WSOP for Life promotion has become so huge. In fact, 81,000 players have already signed up for the WSOP for Life promo in an effort to win the top prize.

As the name implies, whoever wins the WSOP for Life promo will have their way paid to the World Series of Poker Main Event for life. This means that you’ll be a fixture in the Main Event for years to come despite your bankroll suggesting otherwise. In 2010, Party Poker has even offered to pay the hotel and travel accommodations for the lucky winner.

To have a chance to win the WSOP for Life prize package, simply play in ring games and poker tournaments at Party Poker until June 20th. As you play in these events, you will move up the leader board and closer towards the WSOP for Life prize package. Whoever is able to top the leader board will have their Main Event buy-in covered for life. As if this isn’t enough, Party Poker is also throwing three 2010 WSOP Main Event prize packages into the mix along with $50,000 in cash. So if you rank anywhere within the top 4 spots, you’re going to the 2010 WSOP!

The leader board isn’t the only place where a WSOP for Life prize package will be given away since there is also a huge freeroll on June 20th. To enter the freeroll, you need to play in one of the Party Poker daily freeroll qualifiers or win 5 STT Jackpot single table tournaments in a row. Much like the WSOP for Life leader board, there will be one WSOP for Life prize given away along with three 2010 WSOP Main Event prize packages and $50,000 in cash.

All you need to do to get started on your path towards a WSOP prize package is download Party Poker and use the PNET500 or PNET50FREE Party Poker bonus code.

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