Value Alert! Massive Overlay in ChipMeUp Fantasy League

Value Alert! Massive Overlay in ChipMeUp Fantasy League 0001

Right now is a great time to be around poker, because it is rife with Overlays!. The recent FTOPs had some big overlays, the DTD main event had a £56,000 overlay and right now, ChipMeUp is literally spewing value! That's because the ChipMeUp WSOP Fantasy League has a $10,000 overlay at the time of writing.

It's pretty straightforward, for $10 you enter a [I]pro team[/B] of twenty players who you think are going to do well in Vegas this year and score points for all the final tables and bracelets they bag. The top 18 teams win, with the overall champion getting an Aussie Millions Package worth $12,500. In typical ChipMeUp fashion, package winners will only be playing for 50% of any prize money in their given event. The remaining 17 best teams also get:
2nd place - 12% of Aussie Millions Main Event Winner+ FTOPS Main Event ticket ($530)
3rd place - 8% of Aussie Millions Main Event Winner + FTOPS Main Event ticket ($530)
4th place - 6% of Aussie Millions Main Event Winner + FTOPS Main Event ticket ($530)
5th place - 5% of Aussie Millions Main Event Winner + Full Tilt 750k ($216)
6th place - 4% of Aussie Millions Main Event Winner + Full Tilt 750k ($216)
7th place - 3% of Aussie Millions Main Event Winner + Full Tilt 750k ($216)
8th place - 2% of Aussie Millions Main Event Winner + Full Tilt 750k ($216)
9th to 18th place - 1% of Aussie Millions Main Event Winner
Only about 300 players have registered teams so far and the competition closes tomorrow! at the start of event number 10 of the WSOP*
Its a great time to discover ChipMeUp, not only do we have this excellent value overlay but Pokernews own Tony G just can't help winning money for the players who buy stakes in him on there. Not only has he scored big for his backers at EPT Monte Carlo but he just had a big cash in the $40,000 No Limit Event too!
So get a ChipMeUp WSOP Fantasy League Team registered today!
*World Series of Poker and WSOP are trademarks of Harrah's License Company, LLC ("Harrah's"). Harrah's does not sponsor or endorse, and is not associated or affiliated with PokerNews Ltd or its products, services, promotions or tournaments

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