bet365 Poker Offers $25,000 WSOP Package To WSOP Warrior

bet365 WSOP Warrior Promotionbet365 Poker, a reputed poker portal and part of the iPoker network, recently launched ten special WSOP promotional packages that any of its lucky players can win.

This extremely generous promotion is called the WSOP Warrior and is bet365 Poker’s way of celebrating the 2010 World Series of Poker, a world renowned poker tournament that ultimately awards the best poker players in the world.

bet365 Poker has created 10 poker packages for the WSOP that players can compete for during the month of May. These qualifiers will help players buy their way into the WSOP event and will commence from the 2nd of May and go on until the 30th.

The ten packages offered by the popular online gaming site are all not of the same value and range from a $5,500 WSOP Package to the $25,000 grand package prize.

Join the WSOP Warrior Competition

To be a part of the “WSOP Warrior” promotion, players will have to be registered members at the bet365 Poker site and have made real deposits at the site. Of course, it is also vital to have poker skills and good poker playing strategy as the participants of this event will be required to compete with some poker professionals in the final event.

This ten package promotion under the banner of the WSOP Warrior is an exclusive offering of bet365 Poker and players who are interested in being a part of this will have to buy-in to this promotion, which is not a freeroll.

To get into this competition, poker players will have to spend $320 to register for each event unless they are able to get into the games by winning the qualifier satellites games hosted by bet365 Poker. These qualifier games do not require much of a buy-in and players will be able to play thee games for a price of $1.10 or so.

Players who win the qualifiers and the WSOP Warrior promotion will be awarded with one of the ten WSOP packages based on at what point of time they leave the final table. Winners of the WSOP packages will also get their travel expenses covered and paid accommodation at the superlative Wynn Resort and Casino based on the Vegas Strip.