Share this on

The names of WSOP Champions are legendary. Brunson, Chan, Hellmuth, and now YOU.

History will be made July 2nd when, for the first time, a World Series of Poker bracelet event will be held online at WSOP.com Nevada.

Thanks to PokerUpdate.com, you will NOT have to pay $1,000, or even $100, to enter into this event. All you need to satellite your way into this historic tournament is a $10 buy-in.

In this economy, $10 doesn’t go very far. However, it will get you a shot at a WSOP Gold Bracelet!BannerPU

Find Our Satellite Tournament in Just 3 Simple Steps:

select pokerupdate satellite

*Players must be physically located in Nevada to participate in this event

Check Out the 2015 WSOP Bracelet:

Tournament Details:

On June 28th at 6 p.m. PDT, PokerUpdate.com will hold their $10 satellite for Event #64 on WSOP.com NV. This satellite will pay the winner a $1,000 ticket into Event #64 on July 2nd.

  • 2,500 Starting Stack
  • 10-minute levels
  • Freezeout format (No re-buy, add-on, re-entry)

WSOP Event #64, $1,000 Online NL Hold’em, will be held at Noon PDT on July 2nd exclusively on WSOP.com NV. Players must be physically located in Nevada to participate in this event.

Event #64 will play down to the final table on July 2nd. The final table players will need to travel to the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas to play for the coveted bracelet on July 4th.

To lock up your seat in our once-in-a-lifetime satellite event, head over to our satellite page at WSOP.com. Don’t have $10? No problem. WSOP.com is currently offering a deposit special for deposits up to $1,000. Just enter code Summer2015 when you make your deposit.

A decade from now, the poker world will look back at Event #64 as a historic turning point in poker history. Don’t miss your chance to make history and register for your seat in our satellite today!

James Guill

James Guill began his poker career in 2006, spending two years traveling the US tournament circuit. Since 2008, he has covered the game extensively for some of the biggest names in the industry. When not writing about the latest poker news, he can be found hunting for antique treasures in Central Virginia.

[fbcomments]