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PokerNews $5,000 Australian WSOP League Event #3 Today

PokerNews $5,000 Australian WSOP League Event #3 Today 0001

Download 888 Poker to play in an exclusive micro stakes league to win a $4,500 package to the World Series of Poker. The top ten league finishers after five events will play for the package in a final on May 30. The third league event is a $1+$0.10 freezeout on May 9 at 2000 EST (in Australia).

Our $5,000 Australian WSOP League on 888 Poker is a series of micro-stake and freeroll events, which score points on a leader board. The top ten players after five events will do battle in a single table tournament freeroll on May 30 at 2000 EST (in Australia) with a $4,500 WSOP side event package to the winner and $500 to second place.

We are now on the third event of the series but there is still everything to play for in the league for latecomers. The buy-ins get higher each week so you can really put the pressure on players in the final tournaments. The next event in the series is a $1+$0.10 freezeout on May 9 at 2000 EST (in Australia).

PokerNews $5,000 Australian WSOP League

All Events at 2000 EST Australian Time

The Palazzo Hotel in Las Vegas
The Palazzo Hotel in Las Vegas

May 9: $1+$0.10
May 16: $3+$0.30
May 23: $5+$0.50
May 30: $5,000 Final (Top Ten League Finishers)

The $4,500 Package Includes:

  • $1,000 entry to the WSOP Event #54 on July 2 or 3
  • $1,100 for travel
  • 8 nights at the Palazzo Hotel
  • 888 Poker Live Event Merchandise Kit
  • Special VIP event on July 7

The only requirement in this series is that you have a PokerNews referred 888 Poker account. There is no need to deposit to play in this series, however, if you do, you will also qualify for an exclusive first-deposit bonus of 100% up to $888.

Like the look of this? You can also participate in our exclusive $9,000 Risk Free WSOP promotion on 888 Poker which awards a further two $4,500 packages through a series of daily, Australian friendly timed, freerolls.

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