PokerNews Players Can Win a $4,500 WSOP Package at PKR

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The 2012 World Series of Poker is just weeks away and thanks to PKR you could be jetting out to Las Vegas armed with a WSOP package worth $4,500!

The Race To The WSOP Has Begun!

The PKR Daily Dollar WSOP Rake Race is under way and will run all the way through June 10, 2012. In order to take part, new customers simply have to download PKR through PokerNews, enter the bonus code PNEWS800 and rake at least $2 on 20 separate days between now and the end of the promotion to be in with a shout of winning the $4,500 WSOP package. The player who generates the most rake will be heading to Las Vegas in July!

Our existing PKR customers can also participate in this great promotion. In order to compete for the package, current PokerNews players must rake at least $1 every day between now and midnight GMT on June 10.

What Does Each Package Include?

Great question! The PokerNews player that generates the most rake will walk away with a $4,500 package that includes the following:

  • $1,000 entry to WSOP Event #59
  • $1,100 for six nights hotel accommodation
  • $1,500 for flights and expenses
  • Access to exclusive PKR WSOP experience events

Be sure to check out the full terms and conditions of this promotion before you start grinding!

Cash in on a Massive Bonus

On top of the chance to win a $4,500 WSOP package, PKR is also offering new customers a massive 120% match up to $800 first deposit bonus. All you have to do is enter the bonus code "UKPN800" and when you make your first deposit you will receive 120% of that amount as a bonus! Generate enough rake during this promotion and you could clear the full $800 bonus in time for the WSOP!

If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.

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