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ChipMeUp Auctions: An Equivalent 'Piece of Ivey' at the 2009 WSOP

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A piece of Phil Ivey’s potential Main Event winnings* could be yours, thanks to ChipMeUp.

Available for all ChipMeUp account holders is a fantastic auction currently running which will award the highest bidder with a percentage equivalent to one percent (1%) of Phil Ivey’s winnings should he make the money at the 2009 WSOP** Main Event.

For every dollar that Ivey wins, PokerNews will add one cent into the prize pool for this special auction with distribution as follows:

Winner – 50 percent
Member with the most bids – 35 percent
Second highest bidder – 15 percent

Join the action today – all you need is a ChipMeUp account and to follow the simple instructions to making your first bid!

Phil Ivey Auction on ChipMeUp
Phil Ivey Auction on ChipMeUp

Don’t forget, ChipMeUp also have an explosive WSOP** Fantasy League promotion running that will award a package to the 2010 Aussie Millions and the 2009 PokerNews Cup Australia!

Players from across the globe head to ChipMeUp daily to buy 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.

*Phil Ivey is not a participant in this auction in any form, and participating in this or similar auctions does not represent any sort of a financial agreement with the listed players. The auction is instead conducted solely through ChipMeUp, and represents a virtual "equivalence" based upon performance, much as fantasy league participants judge performance on a sport's given pros.

**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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