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8 Ways to the WSOP with 888 Poker

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Now is the best time to claim your Free $8 at 888 Poker as they give you 8 ways to win one of 88 packages to the 2010 WSOP**!

To claim your free $8, you must sign up for a real money account using this link only and you must be a new player*.

So sign up now, register for a real money account and wait for your free $8. Absolutely NO deposit required.

What then? Choose from the following 8 ways to win a package to the World Series - there are 88 up for grabs!

• Persistence Pays: Rake the most hands
• Race Your Way: Earn the most status points
• Bring Your Buddies: Refer as many friends as possible
• Social Success: For YouTube, Facebook and Twitter fans
• Cards and Coins: Earn the most casino and poker status points
• Bounty Hunter: Knock out our poker celebs or come first in one of the tourneys
• Tourney Lovers: Race to play the most tourneys with the biggest buy-ins
• One For The Ladies: Ladies only race to earn the most status points

There are two different types of packages on offer:

41 x $15,000 Main Event packages
47 x $5,000 Event #54 packages

All packages will include one event entry, five star accommodation, cash, 888 Poker merchandise and an invite to the exclusive 888 Poker party.

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*This promotion is only valid for players from participating countries. Please see full terms and conditions available at the bottom of the 888 Poker sign up page.

**World Series of Poker Europe and WSOPE 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 or its products, services, promotions or tournaments.

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