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ChipMeUp: The Action Begins

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The action begins at the world’s leading poker staking website as some of today’s notable players begin auctioning a piece of themselves at poker's biggest and most anticipated public gathering.

To kick start the celebrations, Tony G has now put up a piece of his play at the 2009 WSOP* Main Event. To purchase a share, sign up to ChipMeUp and follow the simple instructions.

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. In January 2009, ChipMeUp’s collaboration with the The Asian Poker Tour's Poker Pack proved a huge success when six world class pros sold a piece of themselves at the coveted 2009 Aussie Millions. In February of the same year, Team ChipMeUp was announced and today features an impressive line up of key players.

In addition to all of the above, why else should you head to ChipMeUp today?

  • There is a massive WSOP* Fantasy League promotion that will award a package to the 2010 Aussie Millions and the 2009 PokerNews Cup Australia!

    ChipMeUp Fantasy League
    ChipMeUp Fantasy League

  • An extensive player profile with detailed stats on all ChipMeUp players - including user feedback, player performance graphs and return on investment details - so you can make well informed decisions on who you wish to stake.

    ChipMeUp Player Profile
    ChipMeUp Player Profile

  • Auctions that have awarded winners with valuable items including weekly tourney entries and merchandise for less than a fraction of the cost.

    ChipMeUp Auctions
    ChipMeUp Auctions

All this and more, at the world's foremost poker staking website -

*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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