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ChipMeUp and 888 Poker Aussie Millions Qualifier

ChipMeUp and 888 Poker Aussie Millions Qualifier 0001

Don't forget - this is your last chance to get in on the action as 888 Poker hosts a unique Aussie Millions satellite, courtesy of ChipMeUp.

Taking the poker world by storm, ChipMeUp is a website that allows players to buy or sell pieces of themselves to select offline and online events. Tony G has already started the ball rolling by selling a piece of himself at the 2009 Aussie Millions – check it out here.

To join him, take part in the 888 Poker $110 Aussie Millions Qualifier running Tuesday, January 6 at 20:00 GMT.

ChipMeUp and 888 Poker Aussie Millions Qualifier 101

The winner will receive a $12,500 Aussie Millions Package that includes entry to the Main Event, accommodation at Crown Promenade Hotel and cash for travel. The key factor here is should the winner cash in the Main Event, they will only receive 50 per cent of their winnings. The rest will be distributed to the following 17 January 6 Satellite participants as follows:

2nd place 12%

3rd place 8%

4th place 6%

5th place 5%

6th place 4%

7th place 3%

8th place 2%

9th place 1%...

For the full payout, see Terms & Conditions

One $12,500 Aussie Millions Package is guaranteed, plus PokerNews has added $1,000 cash to the prizepool giving this promotion huge overlay. Should the total prizepool reach $25,000, two $12,500 packages may be awarded at the discretion of 888 Poker and PokerNews.

Ed Note: This tournament has a 40 player minimum. The winner must make use of the package or else forfeits any claim to it. This promotion is slightly different to our regular promotions and PokerNews strongly recommends all players read the Terms & Conditions.

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