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Freeroll Your Way to the 2010 WSOP at Pacific Poker

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The world’s largest and most celebrated tournament series, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) will soon return to Las Vegas for its 41st year, and this season promises to be the most extravagant yet! Last year a record 60,875 people from 124 countries made their way to Sin City to take part, so you definitely don’t want to miss out this year. And now, Pacific Poker/888.com is making it even easier for you to get there with $25,000 in exclusive WSOP Freerolls.

Pacific Poker’s Multi-roll World Series of Poker promotion is running now through May 19. Players who create an 888/Pacific Poker account through PokerWorks and make a minimum $30 deposit will be eligible for four different freerolls, provided they earn the required points.

The first of the four is a $1,000 freeroll on May 20. For entry, a player will need to have made a minimum deposit and earned 20 points during the qualification period. The second freeroll has a prize pool of $3,000 and takes place on May 21 and is open to players who make a minimum deposit and have earned 50 points. On May 22, players who have made the required deposit and earned 80 points can gain entry to the $5,000 freeroll.

The series winds up on May 23 with the $16,000 WSOP Package freeroll. To enter, players must have made the minimum deposit and accumulated 200 points. This fantastic package consists of the buy-in to the 2010 WSOP Main Event, 10 nights’ accommodation in Las Vegas’ famous 5-star Palazzo hotel, $2,500 for travel and spending, and access to an exclusive Poker party. For second place onward, $1,000 will be added to the prize pool.

Whichever point level a player reaches makes he/she eligible to play the tournament in the point level below. If a player reaches 200 points, they are eligible for all four freerolls—and a shot at $25,000!

All Multi-roll promotion prizes will be distributed as per 888/Pacific Poker’s payout structure. The WSOP Main Event Package is non-transferable, unless it is validated within 888’s terms and conditions. In the event the winner of the WSOP Package is under 21 years of age, the player will receive a 2011 Aussie Millions package.

And don’t forget, 888/Pacific Poker is also offering eight different ways to win 88 packages to the 2010 WSOP: 41 Main Event Packages valued at $15,000 each and 47 packages for Event #54, worth $5,000 each. But time is running out, so pick your poison and get started.

Which will you choose?
• Persistence Pays: Rake the most hands
• Race Your Way: Earn the most status points
• Bring Your Buddies: Refer as many friends as possible
• Social Success: Upload a Video For YouTube, Facebook and Twitter fans to view explaining why you deserve to win the WSOP Package
• Cards and Coins: Earn the most casino and poker status points
• Bounty Hunter: Knock out poker celebs or place first in one of the tourneys
• Tourney Lovers: Race to play the most tourneys with the biggest buy-ins
• One For The Ladies: Ladies only race to earn the most status points

And of course, if all else fails, for $500 + $25 every 2 weeks from Sunday, April 4, you can buy-in to the Qualifier for your chance to win a Main Event Package. Just go to Live Events under the Tournament tab and choose WSOP 2010 Qualifier.

Now, with all these options, you have absolutely no reason not to take advantage of this exciting opportunity. Sign up for an 888/Pacific Poker account today and get ready to win your seat to the 2010 WSOP. And when you make your deposit, you’ll receive a special deposit bonus of 100% up to $400, plus a 25% instant bonus when you use bonus code POKERWORKS.

Get ready for Vegas!

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