Start Your Path to the WSOP Main Event For Free at 888poker

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The moment the entire poker world has been waiting for is on our doorsteps with the 2017 World Series of Poker (WSOP) set to begin at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 31.

888poker is the exclusive online provider of the WSOP and plan a hoard of players to Las Vegas this summer to compete on poker's center stage.

Thanks to the special relationship PokerNews enjoys with 888poker, we are about to tell you how easy it is for you to start your free path to a World Series of Poker Main Event package valued at $12,500 which includes everything listed below.

  • 5 nights hotel accommodation (July 9-14) at the luxurious Vdara Hotel Las Vegas
  • $10,000 Main Event Tournament buy-in
  • $1,200 for travel & expenses (paid directly to players’ account)
  • VIP Welcome session
  • Daily Transportation
  • 888live poker kit

How to Start Your Path to the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event for Free

There are many ways you can qualify for the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event at 888poker. One great path is through climbing the WSOP Steps until you win a ticket to a $1,050 WSOP 2017 Main Event Qualifer which awards $12,500 WSOP Main Event packages to the winners.

If you do not already have an account at 888poker, you can skip a bunch of the steps with a free WSOP Step 5 ticket valued at $30.

Simply, download 888poker via PokerNews Canada, enter the bonus code “PNWSOP30” and make a deposit of $20 to receive your free ticket. In addition to the ticket, you will also receive a free $88 bonus.

If you win the WSOP Step 5 tournament, you will earn a WSOP Step 6 ticket valued at $160. You can use this to enter a direct satellite for a WSOP Crazy Eights package valued at $3,000 or play in a $160 sub-qualifier to the $1,050 WSOP 2017 Main Event Qualifier.

This amazing offer won't be around forever. So hurry up and sign up to 888poker today to get started on your path to the 2017 WSOP.

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