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2017 WSOP Qualifiers for New Jersey and Nevada poker players
With the roster currently growing for the 2017 World Series of Poker (WSOP), the WSOP.com website is now offering qualifying opportunities for as little as an entry fee of $10. The 48th annual World Series of Poker event is schedule to start on May 30, 2017 at the RIO ALL-SUITE HOTEL & CASINO. The event is scheduled to run through Tuesday, July 18, culminating in the Main Event finals to be held in November.
With both Nevada and New Jersey residents being eligible for online poker gambling, WSOP.com is offering a set of qualifiers, giving residents in those states plenty of opportunities to win entry fees into one of the 93 events scheduled over the course of the WSOP.
Every Sunday over the month of February, NJ and NV poker players will have access to three events to be held every week as follows:
Sundays, 4:45 - WSOP Kick-off Weekend Package Qualifier - Buy-in of $30 - The top prize wins a $565 seat into the Colossus III and WSOP Event #8.
Sundays, 5:45 - Qualifier for the $565 Colossus III at the 2017 WSOP - Buy-in of $10 - The top prize wins a $565 seat into the Colossus III.
Sundays, 6:45 - Qualifier for a $1,000 2017 WSOP Seat - Buy-in of $10 - The top prize is worth $1,000, which can be used towards a WSOP event with a buy-in of $565 or greater.
Under the terms and conditions of this promotion, all player must be residents of either New Jersey or Nevada and maintain a valid and verified WSOP.com real-money account.
With the WSOP event smashing records every year, this promotion offers poker players with an opportunity to win a seat to certain events for the fraction of the cost of a real seat. Platers are encouraged to enter as often as they like on the way to Las Vegas and the 48th annual WSOP where dreams become a reality.
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