Share in WSOP Millions at ChipMeUp

Posted at 12:59 2009-05-21
The world’s leading poker staking website, ChipMeUp.com is going strong with players enjoying the discounts offer by the brand new auctions, the highly anticipated WSOP Fantasy League attract huge interest, and of course some exciting staking action with some of the world’s best players.
Tony G recently netted ChipMeUp backers a nice score in the EPT Monte Carlo High Rollers event where he pocketed a handsome €420,000. Once again you can purchase a piece of the “G”, this time in the biggest event in the world, the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event.
Tony is auctioning off 1% of his action in the WSOP Main Event. All you have to do is login to ChipMeUp and locate TonyG’s WSOP Auction. Bids are in $0.02 increments, with the current bid at the time of writing, a tiny $0.43! You could turn a few cents into a share of $10 million!
In addition Tony has put 40% of himself up for sale on ChipMeUp in Event #2, the special 40th anniversary $40,000 No Limit Hold’em event. With a massive first place prize, you can only dream of how much each share could potentially be worth! You can buy a piece of Tony G here.
Players from all around the world head to ChipMeUp.com daily to buy and sell shares in play across live and online poker tournaments worldwide. Subscription is free with only a small listing fee involved when putting up a piece of your play. In January 2009, ChipMeUp’s collaboration with the The Asian Poker Tour's Poker Pack proved a huge success when six world class pros sold a piece of themselves at the coveted 2009 Aussie Millions. In February of the same year, Team ChipMeUp was announced and today features an impressive lineup of key players.
Visit ChipMeUp for further details and don’t forget about the exciting WSOP Fantasy League promotion that will award a package to the 2010 Aussie Millions and the 2009 PokerNews Cup Australia!

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