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|March 5, 2006. |
Win Your Seat At World Series Of Poker 2006 Playing Party Poker's Salettites And FreeRolls.
Play with Party Poker and you can win entry packages worth $11,000 ($10,000 buy-in and $1,000 spending money) to this year's World Series of Poker® in Las Vegas, Nevada!
Party Poker offers multiple satellites tournaments where winners of these tournaments will have their buy in fee paid for to the World Series of Poker.
PLUS - Free hotel accommodation completely sponsored and taken care of by PartyPoker! However, seats won via Freerolls do not include spending money or Hotel Expenses.
Party Poker World Series of Poker® package includes:
Yes! The poker world’s biggest tournament - with a projected first prize of $10 million - will take place from July 28 to August 10, 2006 and you could be there. There several ways for you to get there.
- Tournament buy-in worth $10,000
- $1,000 spending money
- FREE hotel accommodation completely sponsored and taken care of by Party Poker.
Party Poker crammed our schedule with so many different routes to Vegas that no matter what your game or level, PartyPoker has the means to take you all the way via Regular Qualifiers, Gateway Qualifiers, Generous Freerolls and even our unique Steps method.
But the easiest way to get a seat in Vegas is via multiple Freerolls. You can qualify daily - and it won’t cost you a cent! Don’t forget, anyone can win this tournament. An unknown qualifier recently made it to the World Series of Poker® through an online satellite ... and went on to win the main event.
Take a look at your options at Party Poker and get there any which way you can.
Party Poker's regular Satellites will guarantee you seats at Vegas – regularly! EVERY day at 9.00 p.m. (ET) you can buy-in directly to our $215 ($200 + $15) or you can qualify via SEVEN other methods from the $55 Single table Sit & Go Tournaments to the Qualifier to the World Series of Poker® $6 ($5 + $1) Multi-table Special Tournament. One "World Series of Poker® * Package" will be awarded for every 55 participants.
Daily World Series of Poker® Satellite $215 ($200 + $15) at 9:00 PM (ET). Game: No Limit Hold'em.
There are several main WSOP satellite's qualifiers including:
Daily WSOP Multi Table Tournament $55 ($50 + $5) at 6:05 PM (ET) - One seat in the WSOP Satellite $215 ($200 + $15) tournament will be awarded for every 5 entries.
Daily WSOP Multi Table Qualifier $22 ($20 + $2) at 2.25 PM (ET) - One seat in the WSOP Satellite $215 ($200 + $15) tournament will be awarded for every 11 entries.
WSOP Single Table Qualifier $55 ($50 + $5) will start as soon as there are 10 players registered, 1st place and 2nd place get an entry into the WSOP Satellite $215 ($200 + $15) Tournament.
World Series of Poker® Multi Table Sit & Go Qualifier $27 ($25 + $2), available 24/7. 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place get an entry into the WSOP Satellite $215 ($200 + $15) Tournament.
And several other tournaments (see schedule on the image above).
Players Club Tournaments
Enter Party Poker's special twice weekly Players Club Tournaments on Wednesday and Saturday costing just 500 points and you could win one of four seats to the Satellite. Or enter Thursday and Sunday Freerolls for 1000 points and win one of eight seats. Play No Limit Hold'em World Series of Poker® 500 Players Club points Qualifier on Wednesday/Saturday at 10:50 AM (ET).
Party Poker's Gateway Qualifiers are an open door to Vegas! Limited to 22 and 44 players respectively, winners will get a full PartyPoker's $11k package!
Play No Limit Hold'em World Series of Poker® Gateway $535 ($500 + $35) every Monday/Wednesday/Saturday at 8:03 PM (ET).
Winner of the tournament gets one World Series of Poker® $11,000 package. Limited to 22 players.
Play No Limit Hold'em World Series of Poker® Gateway $270 ($250 + $20) on Sunday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday at 11:03 PM (ET). Winner gets one WSOP $11,000 package. Limited to 44 players.
The cheapest way to get to Vegas, of course, is for nothing - via Party Poker's Freerolls! 20 Players will be able to qualify EVERY Saturday via our Satellite with the overall winner going into the World Series of Poker® H.O.R.S.E. (Hold’em, Omaha, Razz, Seven-Card Stud, Stud-Eight-or-Better) event worth $50,000. Please note that hotel accommodation is not included for winners from any of the Freerolls.
There is a World Series of Poker® Freeroll Satellite EVERY Saturday,at 4:30 PM (ET) where 20 entries into the World Series of Poker® tournament will be won.
Rank 1 = World Series of Poker® H.O.R.S.E. event worth $50,000.
Rank 2 - 10 = Entry to the World Series of Poker® main event
(VALUE $10,000, no expenses included nor hotel accommodation).
Rank 11 - 20 = Entry to the any $2,000 WSOP Preliminary Event.
There is also Daily World Series of Poker® Freeroll Qualifier where 50 seats in the World Series of Poker® Freeroll Satellite to be won. Play Sunday to Friday at 0.25 a.m. / 3:50 a.m. / 9.55 a.m. / 12.55 p.m. / 1:55 p.m. / 3.55 p.m. / 5.10 p.m. / 6.53 p.m. / 7.45 p.m. / 8.45 p.m. / 09:57 p.m. / 10.57 p.m. (ET).
Steps (Regular and Quick)
Party Poker's Step challenge is unique – can you rise to it! Rise through five Regular Steps from a buy-in of just $10 ($9 + $1) and you could win a full PartyPoker.com $11k package! Or try Quick Steps for even faster routes to Vegas for a buy-in of just $60 ($55 + $5)! See Steps schedule on the image below:
Source: Party Poker
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