Just when you thought you would have to wait another year for your shot at the WSOP*, our fabulous friends at Bodog Poker surprise us with their 'Last Chance at the Big Dance' promotion giving US players the chance to win a last minute $12,000 WSOP* Package.
What's in the $12,000 Team PokerNews Package?
$10,000 Main Event Entry (July 3)
$2,000 cash for travel and accommodation
Invite to the Team PokerNews Welcome Party (Las Vegas)
Complete PokerNews Merchandise Pack
This exciting freeroll will take place on Sunday, June 29 at 14:30 EST/15:30 EDT. Interested US participants should download Bodog Poker through the special links on PokerNews, get yourself a new account and make a minimum $30 deposit. Players have until Saturday June 28 to satisfy all entry requirements after which they must manually register for the freeroll using the password provided. Registration for the freeroll opens two hours before it starts with the password also being released then. Qualified players will find the password in this article and our Freerolls page when the two hour countdown to the freeroll starts.
Existing US Bodog Poker account holders can still have a go at this, so long as you originally signed up through PokerNews and have taken the time to ensure you meet and complete all entry requirements. Remember, this promotion is only available to US PokerNews players – should you not meet this or any of the other requirements, you immediately forfeit any eligibility for the package. As always, visit our Freerolls page for further details.
Having only a few days after the win to pack their bags and head to Las Vegas – the $12,000 package winner will be on a poker high all the way to the Series! Is there a bracelet out there with your name on it? Head over to Bodog Poker via PokerNews today and your wildest poker dreams may just come true!
Ed Note: Bodog Poker also offers PokerNews players an exclusive first deposit bonus of 110% up to $500.
*World Series of Poker and WSOP are trademarks of Harrah's License Company, LLC ("Harrah's"). Harrah's does not sponsor or endorse, and is not associated or affiliated with PokerNews Ltd or its products, services, promotions or tournaments.