Win a Free Package to the WSOP at 888poker on June 14

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The World Series of Poker is fully underway at theRio All-Suite Hotel and Casino Las Vegas with many of the best events yet to come including the WSOP $888 Crazy Eights from July 1-4.

While this is one of the cheaper events on the schedule with just a $888 buy-in and promises to boast a huge prize pool thanks to four opening day fields, it may turn out to be too costly for many of you when factoring in flight and hotel.

If this describes you, you are in luck as thanks to the special relationship we enjoy with 888poker, the exclusive online provider for the WSOP, we are hosting the PokerNews WSOP Package freeroll tournament on June 14 at 7 p.m. CET

All players finishing in the top 10 spots in this freeroll will be awarded an 888Live Step 5 ticket valued at $30. The winner will not only get a ticket but also a free trip to Sin City complements of a WSOP 2017 Crazy 8’s Package valued at $3,000 that includes the following:

  • Three nights stay at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino (July 1-4)
  • The $888 buy-in to the Crazy Eights Event, which is number 60 on the schedule
  • $1,200 for travel and expenses paid directly into your 888poker account
  • 888live poker kit

The tournament has a great structure with players kicking the action off with 3,000 chips and blinds increasing every 15 minutes.

Entering the tournament couldn't be any easier. Simply log into your 888poker account, find the PokerNews WSOP Package freeroll tournament in the lobby and enter the password "PNWSOP" to get involved.

If you don't already have an account we have even better news for you. Go ahead and download 888poker through PokerNews, enter the bonus code "PNWSOP30" and deposit at least $20 to receive a free Step 5 WSOP satellite ticket valued at $30.

Don't let this amazing opportunity to head to the WSOP this summer for free pass you buy. Mark June 14 on your calendar to try to play for a WSOP 2017 Crazy 8's Package you will be sure to remember.

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