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Titan Poker WSOP Satellites Underway!

Posted at 13:22 2010-03-27

2010 has marked a year of change for online sites, and most recently Titan Poker have jumped on the ship and revamped their image while launching a bunch of new promotions including WSOP seat giveaways.

Titan Poker is hoping to send a huge team to Las Vegas this year and consequently they have a variety of ways to win a WSOP seat.

Starting with the WSOP Main Event - Titan Poker are offering packages worth US$13,000 that include entry into the Main Event, 7 nights accommodation at the Wynn Las Vegas and US$1,875 for flights and spending money. For a shot at one of these packages you can buy in directly for $500 +$35 into the Weekly Super Satellite on Sundays or play one of the many daily qualifying satellites up until June 20th for as little as $10 + $1.

Titan Poker is also offering a Super Satellite promotion for two consecutive WSOP Side Events with packages worth US$5,500. These packages include entry into Event 49 ($1,500 NLH) and 54 ($1,000 NLH), 9 nights accommodation at the Wynn Las Vegas and US$1,800 for flights and spending money. Satellites for these packages are held on April 1st, 9th, 23rd, May 7th and 27th with entry for just $200 +$15 along with qualifying satellites daily for just $10 + $1.

For those Pot Limit Omaha junkies out there, Titan Poker is giving you a chance to win a package for the WSOP Pot Limit Omaha Championship valued at US$13,000. This package includes entry, 6 nights accommodation at the Wynn Las Vegas and US$2,000 for flights and spending money. Super Satellites for this package are being held on April 1st, 16th, 30th, May 14th and 28th for just $500 + $35 with qualifying satellites running daily for as little as $15 + $1.50.

Titan Poker aren’t stopping there as they are also offering amazing $25,000 Executive Packages. If you can win six consecutive Executive Jackpot SNG’s then you will be rewarded with one of these Executive Packages that include entry into the Main Event and Event 56, 13 nights accommodation at the Parlor Suite in the Wynn Las Vegas, US$7,000 for flights and spending money for both the qualifier and guest and US$2,000 of added luxuries that include two tickets to the Beatles Love, Grand Canyon Helicopter trip, dinner at the SW Steakhouse and pick-up and drop-off by limousine.

Now you must be thinking that these Executive Jackpot SNG’s might be costly to the bankroll . . . but you would be wrong! Each Executive Jackpot SNG costs just $10 + $2, is played six-handed and commences on April 1st until June 13th.

Along with the focus on the 2010 WSOP, Titan Poker are also offering $100 for every Bounty Knockout. The buy-in for the tournament is just $10 + $2, and if you are able to eliminate either Andreas ‘plaYea1985’ Schmidt or Adam ‘adamyor125’ York you will pocket an extra $100. The next Bounty Knockout Tournament will also have an added $700 to the prizepool and will be held on March 31st at 19:00 GMT.

While you’re battling away in one of Titan Poker’s many ring games or tournament you will also notice that the online site has undergone some changes. The Titan Poker Academy has been launched to help improve your poker skills with comprehensive poker lessons and guides while many software updates have been put into place. The virtual tables have been improved to help aid in your playing pleasure as they can now be resized at will and include an improved betting slider along with a wider variety of avatars. Razz has been added to the ring game line-up and Titan Poker also offer a Flash version so that you can play poker whenever you want with no download necessary.

So if you want to take advantage of the fantastic WSOP packages on offer, download Titan Poker and take advantage of PokerNetwork’s $50 free and 100% first deposit bonus so you can be on your way to Las Vegas for the 2010 WSOP!

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