Jenny Woo Announced For 2009 Latin Series of Poker

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Ace King
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Jenny Woo

Gambling911.com tigress and Senior International Correspondent, Jenny Woo, will be taking part in this year's Latin Series of Poker, held August 3-9 in beautiful Panama City, Panama. 

"I'm truly honored to be taking part in this major poker tournament," said Woo.

Woo has previously played in the FHM Women's Poker Series in Norway two years ago but has remained relatively quiet ever since. 

Ms. Woo was automatically chosen to represent Team Gambling911.com since the website is LSOP sponsor Bookmaker.com biggest referrer of customers.  Other ad partners of the site will vie to send members of their respective organizations to the event for free.

Woo will join the likes of famed poker pro, Daniel Negreanu, and Costa Rica's own, Humberto Brenes while other top pros are likely to be announced shortly.    

From Sports-Odds.com:

Due to high demand of poker tournaments in the region with the flourishing of Poker enthusiasts, the Latin Series of Poker acknowledged the need to create a major tournament series in Latin America. There are thousands of new online poker players emerging everyday and interest in poker throughout these countries is massive. Thus, the LSOP is born with the intention of creating a tournament series rivaling some of the best Poker Series in the world.

Many sponsors are running online qualifying satellites including Bookmaker Poker which run LSOP satellite tournaments all day long. Bookmaker Poker offers the popular Step style qualifiers beginning with four daily Step 1 freerolls at 8:45am, 9:45am, 11:45am, and 12:45pm. LSOP $3 + $0.30 Step 2 Qualifiers run twice a day, $27 + $3 Step 3 Qualifiers run every other day and LSOP $110 + $10 Main Event runs bi weekly on Saturday at 6pm. They also run qualifiers at $6 and $4 which grant one player a seat into the Main Event and a $1 which qualifies one player into Step 3. Don't wait another minute, play poker at Bookmaker Poker and win your LSOP Main Event seat for free!

Ace King, Gambling911.com 

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