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Don't Miss the $1K Nightly Deepstack and $3K Nightly Rebuy Every Night on WSOP.com

The action is fast and furious every night at WSOP.com, and you don't want to miss out.

With cash games, sit-n-gos, and multi-table tournaments of all sorts of varieties, there's something for everyone. Two of the special events that run every single night at the $1,000 Nightly Deepstack tournament and the $3,000 Nightly Rebuy tournament. With a combined $4,000 in guaranteed prize pools, both of these of events provide plenty of money to be won.

The $3,000 Nightly Rebuy takes place starting at 7 p.m. PT with a guaranteed prize pool of $3,000 for a buy-in of $25 and no fee. Rebuys and add-ons are allowed for an additional $25 and late registration remains open for one hour. Levels are 10 minutes long, and players begin with 2,500 in tournament chips.

The $1,000 Nightly Deepstack boasts a buy-in of just $5.50 and provides you with a starting stack of 4,000 in tournament chips. Rebuys and add-ons can be had for just $5, juicing up the prize pool and creating some exciting action. This event takes place each night at 9 p.m. PT on WSOP.com.

To get in on the action, click here to download the WSOP.com software and begin playing today. Recently, WSOP.com moved ahead of rival Ultimate Poker as the leader in Nevada online poker traffic. With a 100 percent deposit bonus up to $400, there's no better time to start playing online poker in the Silver State than right now.

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