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Wass Poker - Online Forum Challenge Features Great Cash Prizes

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Oct/14/2008
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Wass Poker is proud to be hosting Events #42 & #43 of the Online Forum Challenge and this up-coming event is one of the biggest OFC events ever!

Follow the Wass Poker simple step-by-step guide to be part of the No-Deposit $1,000 Freeroll or the Main Tournament by clicking on the This Link.

The Main Tournament Features £4,000 in Cash and Prizes with $1,000 added to the prize fund and numerous tournament tickets to be won with the winner receiving a $60 20K guarantee coupon! On top of all this, you'll receive $10 if you deposit between now and November 2nd; with a $5.50 buyin everybody wins!

Download the secure and easy to use WassPoker software by Clicking Here

Create an account on WassPoker (only one can be created per person).

If you aren't part of any Online Poker Forum already then become a member of a Forum featured on the list found at Wass Poker

Fill in the registration form on the OFC website using your WassPoker login details

Deposit into your WassPoker account if you want to take part in the $4,000 Everybody Wins Tournament which costs $5.50 to enter.

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