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WSOP 2017 Online Satellites Qualifiers

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Published on:
Jun/11/2017

Not since 2006, the peak of the poker craze, has their been so many opportunities for those living in North America – and the rest of the world for that matter – to improve one’s chances of landing a spot in the 2017 WSOP Main Event through online satellites and qualifiers.

“We wouldn’t be called ‘Americas Cardroom if we didn’t do something special each year around Independence Day to commemorate the occasion.”

On Sunday, July 2nd at 3pm ET, the world’s 5th largest online poker site will host the single biggest satellite to date!!!!

The World Series of Poker qualifier will guarantee that 50 players walk away with a package valued at $12,500!

You can be one of the lucky players flying to sunny Las Vegas to take your shot at becoming the next world champion at the Rio Hotel kicking off on July 8th!

Learn More Here

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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