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Lucky Ace Poker to Give Away 2009 WSOP Seats

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It’s that time of year again; time to get ready to head to Las Vegas for the WSOP! And this year, Lucky Ace Poker wants to send you to the 2009 World Series of Poker with a prize package valued at a whopping $17,000!

The 2009 World Series of Poker promises to be better than ever before with the hottest action yet and you can get it on celebrating as it kicks off for the 40th time! As every tournament player knows, the WSOP is the true Main Event of the season and you will want to be there, right? Well you can! Just Download Lucky Ace Poker and be sure to use the bonus code: POKERWORKS to get a special deposit bonus of 100% up to $600 PLUS the PokerBility software free!

Once you are a member of Lucky Ace Poker, you can win your seat by playing in the Las Vegas 2009 World Series of Poker Qualifier that will run every Saturday beginning on February 21st at 20:00 GMT! Lucky Ace Poker will be awarding packages worth $17,000 that will send you right into the middle of the Vegas excitement! Bright lights, the hottest action and money in your pocket means you just can’t afford to pass up this chance of a lifetime!

Of course you know the World Series of Poker is the biggest, most extravagant and most prestigious poker event in the world. Featuring tournaments in every major poker variation and the most poker excitement to be found anywhere, players from around the world flock to play in all the events. But did you know that The World Series of Poker is also poker’s longest running tournament, having been in existence since 1970? That means if you haven’t made it there yet, then you need to make this your year, to join in and win big!

In the 2008 World Series of Poker, a record breaking 58,720 participants attending from 124 countries competed to win the biggest prize pool ever offered, at a colossal amount of $180,774,427! And you could win your own piece of the action this year just by playing your best game at Lucky Ace Poker! All Lucky Ace 2009 World Series of Poker prize packages will include your $10,000 buy-in for the televised World Series of Poker Main Event, taking place at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas from July 3rd through 15th. In addition, winners will be awarded an invitation to the exclusive Lucky Ace Poker Qualifiers’ Welcome Party to be hosted by Shane Warne and 2008 WSOP bracelet winner Michael Keiner! Winners will also receive a full 10 days of accommodations at the fabulous Palazzo Hotel PLUS $2,500 for travel expenses and another $2,000 in spending money!

The Lucky Ace Poker satellites are running NOW and you can get in on the excitement for as little as only $1+10¢ or, you can play your way to Vegas for free in a Lucky Ace Freeroll! You may also choose to buy-in directly to a weekly Qualifier which has a buy-in of $500 +$25. The Weekly World Series of Poker 2009 Qualifier tournament can be found within the Lucky Ace Poker Multi-Table tab and under the Live Events Button.

The choice is all yours for the making - and the opportunity is here for the taking! However you choose to get there, be sure to play for your opportunity to win your $17,000 prize package!

Start playing at Lucky Ace Poker today to get your winning streak going and take it all the way to Vegas!

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