ChipMeUp unveils a brand new auction feature on ChipMeUp.com – the leader in poker staking – allowing players to bid on much sought after items including packages to some of the globe’s biggest poker events. To commemorate the launch, ChipMeUp will be auctioning one entry to Full Tilt Poker’s $750,000 Guaranteed Tournament and one entry to the PokerStars Sunday Million every week starting now.
The auction feature will run as per a regular auction with the highest bidder (within the specified timeframe) taking home the prize. However, it must be noted that with ChipMeUp auctions, should a player make a bid in the final few seconds of the auction – the end of auction time will be extended. In addition, prior to every auction, ChipMeUp will determine the fixed bid increment amount and the fee for each bid. All auctions will be conducted in USD.
To start bidding, head to ChipMeUp, sign up for an account, browse the fantastic items on offer, and click on the red ‘bid’ button when you are ready. The poker world just suddenly got a whole lot more interesting thanks to PokerNews and ChipMeUp!
ChipMeUp is the world’s leading poker staking website allowing players to buy or sell a percentage of their play across selected live and online poker tournaments around the world. Subscription is free with only a small listing fee involved when putting up a piece of your play. In January 2009, ChipMeUp collaborated with The Asian Poker Tour's Poker Pack resulting in a partnership that saw six world class pros sell a piece of themselves at the 2009 Aussie Millions. In February of the same year, Team ChipMeUp was launched with an impressive line up that included Tony G, Billy The Croc, Tino Lechich, Jason Gray and Rayan Nathan.
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