Take a Seat and Compete for Millions at the WSOP* Main Event for Free

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UB.net celebrates the 42nd annual World Series of Poker* (“WSOP*”) with a series of daily, weekly and monthly freerolls from Monday, March 28th that lead to an online Main Event freeroll awarding the winner with a $12,000 WSOP* prize package. That means that UB.net players have a shot at living the poker player’s ultimate dream to compete in the WSOP* without dipping into their bankroll.

"One of the most tried and true traditions in online poker is winning your seat to the WSOP Main Event on UB.  We have so many ways to do so, even starting with freerolls, that a player would be crazy not to get in there and snag their seat. We are so excited to fill the Rio this summer," said Team UB Pro Joe Sebok.

To bank a free seat for the WSOP* Main Event, players simply need to bring their best game to the UB.net tables in four simple rounds of online poker. From March 28th to June 18th UB is hosting Round 1 freerolls that run six times per day Monday to Saturday at 00:30, 04:30, 08:30, 12:30, 16:30, 20:30 ET, with the top 100 players in each qualifying for the weekly Round 2 events on Sundays at 14:05 ET.

Go on to finish in the top 150 in the weekly Round 2 events to earn automatic entry to the Round 3 Monthly Finals, scheduled for Sunday April 24th, May 22nd and June 19th at 20:00 ET. The top 9 players each win a UB T-shirt, while the top 150 finishers in each of the three Monthly Finals proceed to the WSOP Freeroll Main Event, scheduled for Sunday, June 26th at 14:00 ET. The winner of this Freeroll Main Event walks away with the much sought-after $12,000 prize package that includes the $10K WSOP* Main Event tournament buy-in, plus $2,000 for travel and accommodation.

Log on to the leading free play online poker site; it could be the best move a player can make if competing in the WSOP* Main Event this summer is high on the bucket list for 2011. Fire up UB.net and play for a $12,000 WSOP* package without spending a dime, and you could find yourself parked next to members of Team UB.

Get ready to soak up the atmosphere that poker’s biggest stage is renowned for, and gear up to hang with the cool crew in Sin City. At UB.net, it’s a realistic possibility, because all of this is available to one winning player absolutely free.


For further details, visit http://www.ub.net/poker-promotion/series-2011.

Players across at AbsolutePoker.net can also participate as part of the CEREUS Network, with more information available at http://absolutepoker.net/promotions/wsop/series-2011/.


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