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888Poker Launches 'Road to WSOP Vegas 2014' Promo

Want to win an entry to the $10,000 buy-in 2014 WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas for only $0.01? It’s possible at 888Poker under a new promotion designed to give players an opportunity to play in poker’s most celebrated live tournament at a small fraction of the entry fee.

A 6-step process to advance to the qualifying tournament for the Main Event is available to players with the first step a mere penny to enter. The steps have buy-in fees of $0.01, $0.10, $1, $5, $30 and $160, respectively. Players can forgo any of the initial steps by buying in at the tournament (step) of their choice.

Or, there is always the 2014 Main Event Qualifier for $1,050 for those players with a bankroll large enough to skip all six steps. The tournaments are running now until June 8 with winners receiving a package worth $15,000 that includes the Main Event buy-in, $1,500 in travel expenses, $500 in pocket money, and six nights at the glorious Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas.

The fun and prizes don’t end there, as Road to WSOP Vegas winners will receive a VIP invite to an 888Poker-hosted Welcome Party and a bunch of other goodies such as headphones, a hoodie and baseball cap to be worn at your discretion during your hopeful ascent to the final table. Should you happen to make it as one of the November Niners, 888Poker will gladly cover your accommodations for that return trip in November.

The 2014 WSOP Main Event is set to begin on July 5 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino and is guaranteeing $10 million to the winner. After establishing the nine final tablists and allowing for a four-month hiatus, the November Niners will conclude the tournament on November 10 & 11, 2014.

888Poker is giving you the chance to be one of the players at the final table at a very low price via the Road to WSOP Vegas 2014. Registration is open now for the satellite tourneys.

 

 

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Charles Rettmuller

Charles has been an avid poker player for a number of years, both live and online. He holds a degree in journalism and previously worked as a reporter for a Chicago-based newspaper. Charles joined the PokerUpdate team in early 2012 and writes daily news articles for the site.

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