- Sign up to Everest Poker through PokerNews
- Make a deposit
- Register for as many of the 12 private tournaments as possible
The 2014 World Series of Poker (WSOP) is almost here and our friends at Everest Poker do not want you to sit on the sidelines this year.
Instead of reading about this year's WSOP from the sidelines here on PokerNews, you can actually join the action thanks to Everest Poker their brand new Join #TeamEverest at the WSOP promotion.
Everest Poker not only wants you to play a $1,500 WSOP Event, but also wants you to have a world-class 5-star experience for a week in Las Vegas valued at $7,200! Here is a look at what you can win:
- Buy-in to Event #60 – a $1,500 No Limit Hold’em tournament
- 7 nights’ accommodation (June 30-July 6) at the Five Diamond Palazzo All Suite Hotel, including all taxes and resort fees for two people
- $2,100 (€1,500) spending money
- Indoor skydiving experience for two people
- Freemont Street Experience ZIP Line for two people
- Welcome dinner for two at Cut, one of the best fine dining restaurants in Las Vegas
- Activity helicopter ride for two to the Grand Canyon
- Limo ride from the airport to you hotel and from the hotel to the airport!
Am I eligible to play for this great WSOP package?
This $7,200 WSOP package is one of the best ones ever offered for any live event. Ever. If you think the qualifications for having a chance at this package are difficult, think again.
If you have already signed up to Everest Poker through PokerNews and made at least one deposit, you are automatically eligible to participate in an online tournament series where the best finisher win the Team Everest WSOP Package. If you do not already have an account, just go ahead and download Everest Poker through our links, make your first deposit and...et voilà! It's all done!.
How can I win?
There are 12 password-protected tournaments taking place from May 17 through June 8. The top 10 finishers in each tournament will receive some leaderboard points, added to the 5 leaderboard points every single player gets just for taking part to the events. You still have a chance at winning the top prize to Las Vegas even if you can't compete in all 12 tournaments, since only the scores in your top 7 tournaments count towards your overall score.
Here’s how the points are distributed:
When are the tournaments?
The 12 tournaments are in No Limit Hold'em format, each with a $2.20 buy-in. They can easily be found in the Everest Poker tournament lobby at the dates and times listed below.
|Sat 17 May||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||-||#1 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||WSOPTeam|
|Sun 18 May||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||-||#2 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||Everest1|
|Thu 22 May||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424817||#3 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||atleast7|
|Sat 24 May||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424831||#4 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||leader1|
|Sun 25 May||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424835||#5 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||Event60|
|Thu 29 May||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424839||#6 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||July1st|
|Sat 31 May||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424832||#7 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||7200WSOP|
|Sun 1 June||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424836||#8 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||PokerNew|
|Wed 4 Jun||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424815||#9 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||Palazzo5|
|Thu 5 Jun||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424840||#10 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||Freemont|
|Sat 7 Jun||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424833||#11 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||GoodLuck|
|Sun 8 Jun||6:00pm GMT (7:00pm UK time)||827424837||#12 Join #TeamEverest WSOP||$2.20||Rebuy99|
Passwords will be published 12 hours prior the start of each event
WSOP packages like this can only be found at Everest Poker. So, think about this for a second: who says that you can't be the lucky winner heading to Las Vegas in the lap of luxury?
Go ahead, collect as many leaderboard points you can from May 17 through June 8 and you may suddenly find yourself on the trip of your lifetime thanks to the Join #TeamEverest at the WSOP promotion.