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Everest E-Report: WSOP Qualifiers Look Toward VIP Experience

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As the 2009 World Series of Poker begins in Las Vegas, it becomes apparent that Everest Poker has been planning for the festivities for months - in truth, since last year. And what they have planned for WSOP qualifiers is nothing short of a VIP experience that will offer them the time of their lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

When Everest sent approximately 130 players to the WSOP in 2008, there was a lounge, games, parties, poker training, and a gold-star experience all around. This year looks to top it, as Everest Poker promises all players who earn prize packages through the site will receive the “total package.”

First, the lounge will be available to Everest players again and will offer food, drink, and a relaxing atmosphere in which to socialize, strategize, or simply take a break from the action. There will be massage therapists, internet access, Wii games, sports broadcasts on televisions, and comfortable areas in which to nap.

Second, Everest Poker has reserved a Penthouse suite at Caesars Palace. Players will be notified of special events and parties at the Penthouse, such as a mid-summer barbeque and other player get-togethers.

Third, players who would like to stay at Caesars Palace will receive a special reduced room rate and access to a limousine to transport them to and from the Rio each day. Since Caesars will also be the home of the July 4th VIP private party at PURE Nightclub and is the location of the aforementioned Penthouse, it will be a convenient location for everyone in Las Vegas with the Everest Poker family.

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Everest Poker players may sign up for extra perks unavailable to any other players at the Series, such as an exclusive backstage tour that includes information about the work that goes into putting the WSOP together and an opportunity to take a photo of yourself wearing the 2009 main event bracelet.

Those who attended the 2008 WSOP as Everest Poker representatives can attest to the fact that the VIP treatment is certainly all it’s said to be. And it seems that 2009 WSOP seat winners through Everest will be privy to even more perks than in the past.

Players and poker fans can see that Everest Poker has an important place at the WSOP by looking at any table felt, all of which contain the Everest Poker logo, or walking down the Rio Convention Center hallway and taking note of the Everest Poker logo welcoming every player into tournament rooms like the Brasilia Room. With the site playing such an integral role in the WSOP, it only makes sense that its players would be treated like royalty.

To become one of those players is only a few steps away. First, it’s important to download Everest Poker and begin loading your account to take part in the numerous WSOP satellites running around the clock on the site. While doing so, don’t forget to use either “PNEWS300” or “PNEWS500” as your bonus code, depending on how many points you can earn in a month to qualify for each particular bonus. In addition, by signing up through PokerWorks, you’ll be eligible for entry into weekly $500 freerolls on the site all the way through 2009.

And if you are able to make it through one of the many WSOP satellites with some success, Everest Poker will treat you to an amazing summer in Las Vegas!

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