For many people out there, the number 7 is the luckiest of them all. It has appeared in various religious stories, historical accounts, and represents the winning number combination for many slot machines as well. However, quite a few Pacific Poker players out there will find that their lucky number will be 8 come August 8th.
That’s because Pacific Poker is going to be giving players plenty of chances to get in its huge August 10th tournament on this date. Running throughout the day, Pacific will be holding 8 different satellites that will all guarantee seats straight into its Sunday $88,888 Guaranteed tournament that begins at 7:35 p.m. GMT. And the best thing about these satellites is that they are all extremely cheap at just $0.88 + $0.08! That’s a huge savings from the direct buy-in to this tournament which is $88 + $8.
The interesting thing about these 96 cent satellites is that they will be occurring all day with each satellite being announced just an hour before they are set to begin. That means you can just check the Multi-Table tab in the lobby throughout the day and you’ll find many satellites to enter for less than a dollar. But make sure that you sign up for Pacific Poker first using the POKERWORKS bonus code so that you’re not only eligible for these amazingly cheap satellites but so that you also get the full deposit bonus of 100% up to $400.
If you happen to make it through one of the $0.88 + $0.08 satellites, or buy directly into the Main Event with $88 + $8, you’ll be competing for a share of the $88,888 offered in the big tournament on August 10th. Normally the buy-ins for this tournament are $120 + $12 and the satellites are $1.20 + $0.12 but in celebration of 8/8/8, they have been lowered and the guaranteed prize pool has been increased from the normal $80,000.
With Pacific sweetening the deal for their Sunday Guaranteed tournament, now is the best time to sign up to play at this room so that you can hurry and get in on this rare offer. And 8/8/8 only comes around once every century so your chances of just waiting until the next time that Pacific Poker lowers its tournament buy-ins and raises the guaranteed prize pool aren’t going to be very good.