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Updated Wed, 2010-04-14 13:49

WSOP is Worth More at Everest Poker

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The WSOP package is just the tip of the iceberg when you qualify for the WSOP through Everest Poker in qualifiers that are now running.

You’d think that it couldn’t get any better if you win one of the amazing Everest Poker packages for the World Series of Poker this year, but you may be surprised to find that in fact it can get a whole lot better even than that. In addition to sending people to play in the poker colossus of the year, Everest Poker is going to make sure that every-one makes a little, or not so little, extra during their stay in sin city.

Last year it was an Everest Poker player who finished in third place in the WSOP Main Event; Antoine Saout won a whopping $3.4 million having climbed his way up the Everest Poker Steps. Now it’s your turn to do the same. You can either go up the steps like Saout did, or you can play in weekly direct entry tournaments.  You have two events that you can be playing for. You can play for a $13,000 package to the World Series of Poker Main Event through the steps or direct buy-in tournaments, or for a package worth $2,500 which includes the buy-in for WSOP Side Event #54. You can qualify for a side event package either through weekly online qualifiers or through the Winner’s Choice poker tournaments which run each Saturday.  But, as we said – the packages are just the beginning!

Not satisfied with sending you to Vegas for the World Series of Poker, and not satisfied with covering your buy-in, Everest Poker is now offering to increase your WSOP winnings! Yes it sounds crazy, but it’s true; not only is it true, but it’s worth up to $1 million! Everest Poker is going to proportionally distribute a maximum of $1 million amongst their WSOP qualifiers. Each player will get allotted a certain share of the added prize pool depending on what they qualify for; based on these shares they’ll be looking at some extra cash at the end of the tournament in addition to what you’ve won on the table. If that’s not a reason to be qualifying for the WSOP through Everest Poker, then who knows what is!


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