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Full Tilt Fever: Hundreds of WSOP Seats Up for Grabs

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‘Tis the season to begin thinking about 2009 World Series of Poker. While there are several months left before the 100-plus degree temperatures of Las Vegas beckon the presence of mass numbers of poker players, now is the time to begin the process of winning a seat into the biggest tournament of the year - the WSOP main event.

There is no better place to do that than Full Tilt Poker. No question about it - there are more opportunities, more satellites, and more absolutely FREE seats than anywhere else on the internet. All the more reason to get started now! Download Full Tilt Poker and make your initial deposit. (By the way, by using the bonus code “POKERWORKS” there is a 100% bonus in it for any amount up to $600.) Once you get your account ready to go, you can start your 2009 WSOP winning ways.

Let’s get into it. There are so many ways to win that we’ll provide an overview here and get into more details about each avenue in the coming weeks.

It is important to note that at the time of the penning of this article, there were 55 seats already given to players since it all began on March 3. They went through the steps, took advantage of the opportunities, and won their seats. Yes, already 55. And so many more are just waiting to be awarded.

First, it’s important to note that winning a seat through Full Tilt Poker always has its perks, but going on to win the 2009 WSOP main event has a $10 million perk. If the person who wins the “big one” this year won his or her seat through Full Tilt Poker, that person will take home a $10 million bonus!

One of the ways to win that seat is through the 150 Seat Main Event Guarantee. The tournament begins on June 21 at 6pm ET, and there will be 150 given away when it’s over. Players can enter that tournament directly with $500 + $35 or begin trying to win a seat now for as little as $1 or 50 Full Tilt Points.

Another way to win - this one free of charge - is through the Race to the Main Event. There are daily freeroll tournaments happening now, listed under “Main Event Race - Round 1 SNGs” on the site, and winners from that round go on to play in the second round freeroll, which is held daily as well. First and second place finishers in Round 2 win a seat in the finals freerolls, held every Sunday. The last three players standing each Sunday will win seats to the WSOP main event.

There are also Main Event Shootout Tournaments being held daily. The buy-in for each tournament is $200 + $16, but satellites are available for as little as $1 or 50 Full Tilt Points. Each shootout will result in the winner being awarded that $12K main event prize package.

Lastly, there are weekly cash qualifiers, which will award multiple prize packages each week. They are the $300 Tuesday tournament, $200 Wednesday, $1,000 Thursday, $300 Saturday, and $500 Sunday. Those are the buy-ins as listed for each day, but as pointed out before, there are satellites running for each and every tournament where players can be qualified for seats for as little as $1 or 50 Full Tilt Points.

Stay tuned for more details about each of the many ways to win on Full Tilt Poker. But if you’d rather get started on your own winning ways immediately, download Full Tilt Poker now and go for it!

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