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WCOOP - Biggest Online Tournament Series in History

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Now that the World Series of Poker is running on TV, you can win your way to taking part to what may very well be the online equivalent to poker's biggest event.

Satellites are running now for PokerStars' World Championship Of Online Poker that starts in September.

Qualifiers start from $2.20 or just 100 Frequent Player Points for a shot at a $30 million guaranteed prize pool through 33 events.

Those qualifiers are in all forms, with Multi-Table Tournaments, Sit N Gos or Steps qualifiers, a series of single-table tournaments that eventually can advance you to a seat.

The WCOOP stands to be the biggest online tournament series in history, and one reason is the incredible variations of games, perhaps more varied than even the WSOP.

You can play games such as an eight-game mixed tournament, or Mixed Hold'Em, or No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw. You can even find a high-roller, $10,300 buy-in main event. And a Four-Max No-Limit Hold 'Em event. Four-Max? Really? You think that might have a little action?

The WCOOP runs from Sept. 5-21, and if you want a part of the action, download PokerStars now, and you'll get an exclusive PokerWorks bonus of $25 free in addition to a 100 percent matching bonus up to $50. You must enter the marketing code of POKERWORKS upon registration and the bonus code of FIRST2008 upon your first deposit.

Many of the buy-ins are $215, although a few are higher (including, of course, the slightly higher $10,300 and $25,500 Heads-Up Hold 'Em buy-ins).

So if you want your piece without putting a major dent in your bankroll, the satellites are the way to go. Start to win your way into this huge event today.

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