More than 60 players have already won full 2019 WSOP Packages on 888poker – and there’s still one more chance to win this Sunday.
The packages are worth a total of $12,600 and include six nights (July 4-10, 2019) at the luxurious Vdara Hotel in Las Vegas, your $10,000 WSOP Main Event buy-in, $1,000 for travel and expenses and an invite to a welcome party at the Vdara Hotel. 888 qualifiers automatically become part of the 2019 WSOP 888poker Squad with perks including exclusive training sessions with a World Champ & 888poker ambassadors.
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888poker has been an official WSOP sponsor for the last five years and is the only worldwide online operator offering exclusive qualifiers. The qualifiers have been running since January giving players a chance to win their way to Vegas for as little as 1c.
The flagship $10,000 WSOP Main Event Championship gets underway on Wednesday, July 3. With three starting flights, the final day for players to enter will be July 5 – and the winner will be crowned on July 16. This year event features a 60,000 starting stack, Big Blind Ante and entry up until the start of play on Day 2.
This year, the WSOP has a record 89 events on the schedule including the hugely popular $888 CRAZY EIGHTS starting June 28. 888poker’s own tournament features unlimited re-entries and offers a massive guarantee of $888,888 for first place. Last year American pro Galen Hall snagged his first WSOP bracelet after beating the 8,598-strong field. The total prize pool was $6.9 million.
Don’t miss your last chance to win your way to Vegas in 888poker’s final Sunday 2019 WSOP Main Event qualifier on Sunday, June 16!
Among those attending this year’s WSOP Main Event are the full squad of 888poker Ambassadors – including Chris Moorman, Dominik Nitsche, Martin Jacobson, Sofia Lovgren, Vivian Saliba & Ana Marquez. Jacobson, who won the Main Event in 2014 for $10 million, also thrived at 888LIVE’s recent event in Barcelona, where he finished 12th.
The World Series of Poker is the world’s richest and longest-running poker series and runs at the Rio this year from May 28 to July 16 – with the $10,000 Main Event kicking off on July 3. There were a record 123,865 entries overall in last year’s WSOP, creating a 49-year high of $266,889,193 in prize money. The average WSOP gold bracelet event in 2018 had a $3,421,656 prize pool with $655,337 going to the winner. American John Cynn topped a field of 7,874 to take down the Main Event for $8,800,000.