|World Series of Poker|
If are passionate about poker and need to take it to an advanced level then you should consider venturing into one of the most world’s renowned poker tournaments. World Series Of Poker also known has WSOP has become popular all over the world and many poker junkies are keen to participate in this tournament. Players get to play heads-on with poker professionals like Johnny Moss, Puggy Pearson, Becky Binion, Chris Ferguson, Gus Hansen, Annette Obrestad and many others.
WSOP is a poker main event hosted yearly by PokerStars and the tournament is held in Las Vegas. The tournament winner is awarded with a WSOP bracelet and a cash prize. This year, July 2010, PokerStars offers several ways for poker players to participate into the WSOP $10 000 main event. The tournament includes buy-ins as low as $1.10 and players are able to make use of their Frequent Player Points (FPPS) for buy-ins.
Players are able to qualify into the main event through Cash Qualifiers, FPPs and Steps Sit & Go Satellites. The 2010 WSOP main event is valued at $12,000 – $10 000 buy-in and $2 000 for hotel expenses and accommodation.
In 2009, the WSOP main event was won by a PokerStars Pro.Joe Cada winning a Bracelet and prize money in the tune of $8,547,042. Other professional players who made it to the final tables include Eric Buchman and Dennis Phillips.
This year, PokerStars promises that the event will be bigger than ever. There are additional bonuses for players that cash and win the event and this will include accommodation at the Palms – a luxurious hotel. The bonuses include free NAPT or PCA Main Event package for players who cash-in the WSOP 2010 Main Event, 2 tickets to the PokerStars party, PokerStars WSOP 2010 player bag and 50,000 VIP Player Points. A PokerStars qualifier who wins the event will be awarded with a bonus of one million on top of his or her prize money.
The major poker variant played at the even is Texas Hold’em and features other variants such stud poker, draw poker and Caribbean poker. Texas Hold’em, H.O.R.S.E, Omaha Hold’em, S.H.O.E and Seven-card stud are some of most popular variants played at WSOP
The tournament has brought up several poker champions and you too can follow suit. The WSOP is an interesting poker main event to watch. You will get to learn how the professionals play the game and get to witness the loose aggressive (LAG) and tight aggressive (TAG) poker players. Tournaments like the WSOP main event help poker players to sharpen their game skills and adopt a unique style of play.
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