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  1. [caption width="640"] Winning your way into the 2017 WSOP Main Event is a lot more lucrative now thanks to 888poker.[/caption] Over the last ten years, winning theWorld Series of Poker Main Event has been worth between $7.6 million and $10 million to the eventual champion. It's life-changing money for sure, but now the folks over at 888poker want to make you even richer. As part of their Supersize ME promotion, any player that qualifies for the 2017 WSOP Main Event through 888poker will be eligible to win $10,000,000 if they go on to win the Main Event. That's because 888poker will mak
  2. [caption width="640"] Ky Maciejewski won his 2017 WSOP Main Event seat in an 888poker freeroll.[/caption] When the 4,000 or so players sit down on Monday to play Day 1C of the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event there’s one guy who can claim he has nothing to lose. 41-year-old Ky Maciejewski is playing the event having invested exactly zero dollars in his qualification process. Maciejewski, who works as a builder in Bicester, England, won his Main Event package on 888poker through a freeroll sponsored by The Sun newspaper. Maciejewski, who regularly plays micro and small stakes
  3. Every year the World Series of Poker holds massive mega satellites to the Main Event and this year will be no different. Players fly in from all over the world and hop in these events in an effort to win their way into the Main Event for 1/10th the cost, putting up $1000 in hopes of earning a $10,000 seat. READ: 2019 Structure Breakdown - The Main Event It’s not just amateurs that go this route, winning a seat into the Main Event (or any tournament) is incredibly +EV, especially when you are given a chance to take home a multi-million dollar score. For many who play in the live satelli
  4. As the 2019 World Series of Poker draws closer, the dream of taking down the biggest tournament of the year grows stronger. For many, the ultimate poker ‘bucket list’ item is to take a seat in the $10,000 WSOP Main Event. Testing their skills against 8,000 other players in an effort to take home life-changing money and write their name in the poker history books. However, in order to even have a shot, you have to get in the game. 888poker is an official partner of the 2019 World Series of Poker and they have plenty of ways for low-rollers, value hunters and tournament grinders to book thei
  5. The 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event is still some nine months away, but WSOP.com is already working to get players qualified for the event. Over the past several weeks, players in New Jersey and Nevada have been able to play in $215 satellites which have guaranteed at least one seat for the 2020 WSOP Main Event. The early start to qualifying players via their own online platform is in response to player demand and could be a sign of bigger things to come through the rest of the winter and spring. "We started with Main Event satellites in October because we had enough player feedbac
  6. [caption width="640"] It's hard to miss the 888 poker players at the 2016 WSOP Main Event[/caption] It’s nearly impossible to look around the remaining players in the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event and notice an abundance of 888 poker branding. The hats, shirts and patches adorned with the 888 poker logo seem to be everywhere - and that’s thanks to an extensive satellite campaign put on by the online poker site over the first six months of 2016. A total of 148 players qualified for the WSOP Main Event through 888 poker this year. Most came through a satellite step system that all
  7. [caption width="640"] In 2015 Tommy Yates turns a penny into a WSOP Main Event seat and a ride of a lifetime.[/caption] The 2017 World Series of Poker is just over 100 days away and players around the world now know they can again qualify for the WSOP Main Event via one of the world's leading online poker sites. The WSOP and 888poker announced a two-year extension of their current contract that sees 888 act as exclusive online provider of WSOP qualifier satellites and promotions. “WSOP is delighted to have renewed our agreement with 888poker for the third year running,” said Ty Stewart,
  8. There’s no tournament like the Main Event of the World Series of Poker. It is widely regarded as the best tournament of the year, with the slowest structure allowing for the most play, and an electric energy that is hard to duplicate. For many recreational players, getting a seat in the Main Event feels more like a far-off fantasy rather than a dream that could possibly come true. However, every year players from all corners of the poker world take shots in mega satellites and win their way to Las Vegas to compete for life-changing money. 888poker offers one of the best ways to do that.
  9. [caption width="640"] 888poker is the only place to qualify online for the 2017 WSOP Main Event[/caption] So far 66 online poker players have won their entry into the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event through 888poker. With the Main Event just over two weeks away, this is the final weekend to qualify and get yourself to Las Vegas with a chance at winning $10 million. 888poker, the official WSOP satellite provider, is running sub-satellite "Steps" for another week for players to move up the ladder and compete for a $3,000 WSOP "Crazy 8s" package or a $12,500 grand prize entry int
  10. It goes without saying that playing in (and winning) the World Series of Poker Main Event is the dream scenario for every poker player on the planet. And if it’s not, then it’s for sure in the top 5. But even in today’s world of regularly offered high rollers where players buy-in for astronomical amounts and seven-figure scores are broadcast to fans everywhere, for the average poker player, posting the $10,000 buy-in for the WSOP Main Event is a non-starter. Even the most dedicated online grinder would have a very difficult time walking up to the cage at the Rio in Las Vegas and place a br

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