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Qualification Ends Soon for $25,000 in Exclusive WSOP Freerolls from 888

Qualification Ends Soon for $25,000 in Exclusive WSOP Freerolls from 888 0001

PokerNews and 888 Poker are bringing you another exciting opportunity at cash and a 2010 World Series of Poker** seat with $25,000 in EXCLUSIVE WSOP freerolls, but qualification ends in just a few days! You have until May 19 to create an 888 account through PokerNews, make the minimum deposit and earn the required points to be eligible for four different freerolls in the coming weeks.

Whichever point level a player reaches makes him or her eligible to play the tournament in the point level below. If a player reaches 200 points, he or she will be eligible for all four freerolls, giving him or her a shot at $25,000!

Cash will be paid out as per 888's payout structure. The Main Event Package includes the buy-in to the 2010 WSOP Main Event, 10 nights accommodation in a 5-star Las Vegas hotel, $2,500 for travel and spending, access to the exclusive 888 party, and of course 888 swag.

Don't forget, 888 Poker is also giving you 8 ways to win one of 88 packages to the 2010 World Series of Poker! 41 Main Event packages are up for grabs, as are 47 packages for Event #54!

888 is rolling out all kinds of promotions! Players who download 888Casino have a chance to win anywhere from $5 up to $1000 with the latest ScratchCard promotion! There's no deposit required and everyone is guaranteed at least $5! Why not download 888Casino now!

Sign up for an 888 Poker account today and win your seat to the 2010 WSOP!

*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 is a trademark 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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