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888 Poker WSOP Playoff Series Ending Soon

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The last $11 tournament in this fantastic WSOP* Playoff Series is set to run in just over 24 hours - don't miss out.

As published recently, the top 10 point earners from this entire series will go into the private freeroll on Saturday, June 6 at 19:05 GMT to play off for an explosive $17,000 WSOP* Package which includes entry to the $10,000 Main Event, luxury accommodation, $2,500 cash for travel, $2,000 cash for spending and access to the 888 Poker VIP party. In addition, $3,000 will be added to the prize pool and distributed as per 888 Poker’s standard payout structure – bringing the freeroll value to $20,000!

The last $11 tourney will begin at 19:05 GMT on May 30. To get on board, use a 888 Poker via PokerNews account, make a minimum deposit and buy-in for only $11. The tournament is located in the 888 Poker lobby under the 'Hold'em', 'Multi-table' and 'Restricted' tabs with the title 'PokerNews WSOP Play Off' and ID 23304995. Existing 888 Poker account holders are welcome provided they signed up through PokerNews.

888 Poker $11 WSOP Play Off Tourney
888 Poker $11 WSOP Play Off Tourney

Note: 888 Poker also offers PokerNews players a fantastic first deposit bonus of 100% up to $400 including 25% instant first deposit bonus up to $100 and a crazy $250 Cash Freeroll Series running until July 29!

*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.

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