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UB.com to Award $12K World Poker Tour LA Classic Package

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Dec/11/2010
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UB.net is sending one lucky online poker player to sunny Los Angeles to be part of the prestigious World Poker Tour (“WPT”) L.A. Poker Classic at the famous Commerce Casino. The leading free play online poker site has added a series of daily freerolls to their tournament line-up from December 13th through February 20th, leading up to a Main Event that will award the winner with a $12,000 WPT L.A. Poker Classic prize package.

UB.net players now have a shot at winning a $10,000 seat for the WPT L.A. Poker Classic (Feb. 25th –Mar. 1st), along with $2K towards travel expenses that will see them winging their way to the City of Angels. The annual five-day $10,000 buy-in tournament will award the winner with hundreds of thousands of dollars in prize money, along with a $25,000+500 entry for the 2011 WPT Championship at the Commerce in L.A.

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To get there for free, UB.net players just need to outplay their competitors at the tables in three straightforward rounds of online poker. From December 13th through February 19th, UB will run 6 daily Round 1 freerolls, Monday to Saturday at 00:30, 04:30, 08:30, 12:30, 16:30, and 20:30 ET, with the top 100 players in each qualifying for the next tier; Round 2 Weekly Finals are hosted each Sunday at 14:00 ET between December 19th and February 20th.

Finish in the top 75 in any of the Weekly Round 2 events to earn automatic entry to the Round 3 Main Event, scheduled for Sunday February 20th at 20:00 ET. The winner of Round 3 walks away with the $12,000 WPT L.A. Poker Classic prize package.

As an added bonus, players can also participate in six special Sunday freerolls for a chance to win a Wireless Poker Controller, from December 19th through February 20th. The top 75 finishers in each of these freerolls will advance to compete in one of three ‘Side Events’, scheduled for January 2nd and 23rd, and February 20th at 20:30 ET. The winner of each ‘Side Event’ will walk away as the proud owner of a new Wireless Poker Controller, and the technology to control their favorite online poker game with more accuracy, speed and comfort.

So, log onto UB.net and compete for the L.A. Poker Classic WPT package, without even spending a cent.

You Can Join UB.com Here

For further details, visit http://www.ub.net/poker-promotion/wpt-la-poker-classic

Players at AbsolutePoker.net can also participate, as part of the CEREUS Poker Network. More information is available at http://www.absolutepoker.net/promotions/wpt-poker-classic/

About UB.net

Raise. Stack. Own.  Built for the aspiring poker player, UB.net offers top poker rewards, optimal tournament structures and fast-paced action games in one of the largest online poker communities in the world. Players can download the free poker software, play in free ring games and tournaments, plus meet and chat online with Phil Hellmuth and other Team UB pros to learn and enhance their playing strategy. UB provides the best poker games available on the net as part of the CEREUS poker network.

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