Bluff Europe: WSOPE Madness Starts Tomorrow
By Staff
At 8pm on July 17th Bluff Europe and the WSOPE sponsor Betfair offers poker players six seats to an online qualifier to the £10,000 Main Event in September. The tickets, worth $550 each will be awarded to the top six finishers in the $5 MTT tournament Bluff Europe are holding exclusively for its readers. Registration to the tournament will open shortly and all the details are up on www.bluffeurope.com/madness.

Bluff Europe has also added $1,700 to the prize pool. You don’t have to make a choice between the money and the fame – with this promotion, you have them both.

Dave Bland, the online editor for BluffEurope.com believes this is a golden chance for poker players to play with the best players in the world. “The World Series of Poker Europe was a massive hit last year, with the biggest names in the game in London to compete in an incredibly tough field. The Bluff Europe Madness promotion gives players a chance to join the pros for the price of a beer, and the money to be won is another reason why players are going to play with us tomorrow night.”

Players who haven’t signed up for the tournament already should go to www.bluffeurope.com/madness in order to register for the tournament. The demand will be high. The tournament carries a password which can be found at the Bluff Europe WSOPE Madness site. All that remains now is for players to sign up and take their place at the start of what could be another of poker’s great fairytale stories.

 
 
 
 
 
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