These Tournaments Will Send You to the WSOPE for Free

WSOPE Qualifiers

The World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) is coming up fast and if you want to lock up a seat FREE in one of the 10 bracelet events set for the 2015 edition, it's time to MOVE!

If your bankroll needs a boost but your heart is set on playing the WSOPE, you need 888poker's plan to get you there on the cheap with a series of online satellites that have qualifier events starting as low as $0.01.

Qualifying For the WSOPE Main Event

If your bankroll is big enough to take on a big buy-in tournament, or just big enough to handle the starter qualifier events, you're going to love what 888poker has in store for you — everyone can get in and rumble for a seat.

Choose this seven-step process if you want to play your way to the WSOPE Main Event for one penny.

Step 1$0.01Step 1 tournaments run every 30 minutes — winner moves to any Step 2 event with a $0.10 ticket.
Step 2$0.10The Step 2 tournaments run every 60 minutes — winner takes a $1 ticket to any Step 3 event.
Step 3$1The Step 3 tournaments run every 60 minutes — winner claims a $5 ticket to any Step 4 event.
Step 4$5The Step 4 tournaments run every 120 minutes, in regular and turbo format — winner claims a $30 ticket to any Step 5 event.
Step 5$30The Step 5 tournaments run every 120 minutes, in regular and turbo format — winner claims a $160 ticket to any Step 6 event.
Step 6$160The Step 6 tournaments run every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday — the winner claims a $1,050 buy-in WSOPE qualifier seat (these events are running now at 888poker.
The Qualifier$1,050Qualifier events kick off every Sunday at 19:09 (GMT) and grants one ticket valued at $11,350 to the 2015 WSOPE Main Event. The last WSOPE qualifier event runs on October 4, 2015.

Choose this option if you want to jump right into the mix and invest the full $1,050 buy-in for a chance at winning a 2015 WSOPE Main Event ticket.

These WSOPE qualifiers are running now at 888poker until the series begins in Berlin.

Aug. 0219:09 (GMT)$1,050 [ENDED]
Aug. 0919:09 (GMT)$1,050 [ENDED]
Aug. 1619:09 (GMT)$1,050 [ENDED]
Aug. 2319:09 (GMT)$1,050 [ENDED]
Aug. 3019:09 (GMT)$1,050 [ENDED]
Sept. 619:09 (GMT)$1,050 [ENDED]
Sept. 1319:09 (GMT)$1,050 [ENDED]
Sept. 2019:09 (GMT)$1,050 [ENDED]
Sept. 2719:09 (GMT)$1,050
Oct. 419:09 (GMT)$1,050

Qualifying for a WSOPE Side Event

Although most poker players want to battle it out in the Main Event, there are many who would love to play one of the 10 bracelet events on the schedule. Knowing poker players are avid competitors and ready to play any mega tournament series events they can get a seat in, 888poker has more on the schedule to get you in action.

Tuesdays at 19:09(GMT) — Grab a seat in the WSOPE Berlin Event #8: €1,100 Turbo NLH, the winner claims one ticket to the WSOPE Event #8. Buying in to this tournament directly costs $160 but if the price is above your bankroll guidelines, then jump into the steps listed above to win a ticket.

Sundays at 18:09 (GMT) — 888poker spreads a special $30 buy-in WSOPE Berlin Event #2: €550 OctoberFest tournament. The winner will claim a ticket to WSOPE Event #2. The multi-step qualifier process listed above will also send you to a seat in this tournament when you win one of the $30 buy-in tickets in the Step 5 events.

Get Two FREE Tickets to Step 5 Tournaments:

If you're new to 888poker, take the 'easy in' and get a seat in two $30 buy-in Step 5 Events just by using our exclusive sign up bonus.

Open an account at 888poker through this link to receive a free $88 no-deposit bonus*. To sweeten the deal even more, when you make your first deposit, you will receive a 100% match up to $888 bonus. Getting your account through our links gives you a sign-up bonus that is more than twice the size of the bonus normally offered at 888poker.

Open your account at 888poker today and play your way to fame and fortune in the 2015 WSOPE free — or by investing $0.01. You could be the poker world's next Cinderella story!

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