Can't Play WSOP Europe? Check Out the EUR-O Winner Tournament Series on WSOP.com

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The 2013 World Series of Poker Europe kicked off Friday, Oct. 11, but not everyone in Nevada can make the trip. Don't worry, though, because WSOP.com announced the EUR-O Winner Tournament Series for those who won't be able to make it over to France.

The eight-event online series will begin Saturday, Oct. 12 with affordable buy-ins from $11-$109. Each event has a guaranteed prize pool, and what better way to earn some extra cash heading into the first WSOP.com Online Championships?

Playing in any of the eight events will earn you a special chance to play in a €10,000 Freeroll on Oct. 21, which converts to $13,576 in free money up for grabs.

If you would like to play in the EUR-O Winner Tournament Series on WSOP.com, register now and get in on the action!

There are three ways to get in on the WSOP.com EUR-O Winner Tournament Series action. First, you can buy in directly to an event. Second, you can win your entry via one of the EUR-O Winner sit-n-gos on WSOP.com. Third, you can win your entry via one of the daily WSOP.com EUR-O Winner satellites.

EUR-O Winner Tournament Series Schedule

DateEventBuy-inStart Time (PST)
Saturday, Oct. 12$2,000 Guarantee No-Limit Hold'em Rebuy/Add-On$10 + $15 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 13$2,000 Guarantee No-Limit Hold'em Rebuy/Add-On$10 + $15 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 14$5,500 Guarantee No-Limit Hold'em$50 + $57 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 15$1,500 Guarantee Pot-Limit Omaha$15 + $1.507 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 16$3,000 Guarantee No-Limit Hold'em$20 + $25 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 17$2,000 Guarantee Pot-Limit Omaha$30 + $37 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 18$10,000 Guarantee No-Limit Hold'em$100 + $96 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 19$10,000 Guarantee No-Limit Hold'em$100 + $94 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 21€10,000 ($13,576) Guarantee No-Limit Hold'em Freeroll$0 (ticket req'd)6 p.m.

Register for WSOP.com now and get in on the action!

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