Full Tilt Poker Offers 2011 WSOP Seats

by | Published: Thursday, April 7th, 2011

Full Tilt Poker has already started its many World Series of Poker 2011 promotions and satellite tournaments. Read on to find out how you can win your seat in the Main Event!

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Don’t want to pay much for your 2011 WSOP Main Event seat? Well, you could win a seat for as little as a buck in the $1 Main Event Seat promo. These are $1 satellite tournaments starting at 13:30 ET every Sunday until 26 June, and they will each award at least three $12,000 prize packages into the WSOP Main Event. The last Sunday of each month will double the minimum prize and give away at least 6 seats. All of these tourneys will cost the winner just $1 + 10c for entry on regular Sunday, or $2 + 20c on the last Sunday of the month!

If the insanity of $1 tourneys is too much for you, then you can start your way on the step satellites for just $3.30 in the Steps to the Main Event. There are 7 steps all up, with the buy-in roughly tripling for each tournament up the ladder – unless you have won a ticket to a higher ranked tournament on the previous step. The Step 7 entry is $2,100 and the winner of this tourney gets a $12,000 Main Event prize package. You can start at any level, though obviously building your way up for the bottom gives you the best value.

You can also win a WSOP seat for free in the Race to the Main Event tournaments. Fifty buy-ins to the Main Event will be awarded in these events, with qualifiers running all the time and finals held on each Sunday through 26 June. Each freeroll final has three Main Event seats to give away, so try your best to enter each one!

There are so many more ways to enter the 2011 WSOP Main Event through Full Tilt Poker, so we suggest you visit the site to find out all about them. Join Full Tilt Poker Full Tilt Poker as a new player, and you can even claim a 100% bonus on your deposit, worth up to $600.

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