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There's Plenty of Value in 188BET's Promotions; Check Them Out Now!

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188BET Bad Beat Jackpot Allows You to Win Big Even When You Lose!

With 188BET poker, you could win a massive cash prize for losing, thanks to its Bad Beat Jackpot.

Imagine you are sat at a cash game at 188BET and after a brief but intensive raising war you get your money in on the flop with a set and find yourself up against a straight flush draw. The turn improves you to quads, but the river is cruel and completes your opponent's straight flush. Ouch. The pain of losing with such a strong hand is suddenly replaced by joy, as tens of thousands of euros are deposited into your 188BET account because you just triggered the Bad Beat Jackpot!

As you have probably gathered from the above example, the Bad Beat Jackpot is triggered every time you lose with Four-of-a-Kind or better, and could see you walk away with tens or hundreds of thousands of euros! All you need to do to have a chance to win a vast sum of cash is opt into the Bad beat Jackpot — which only costs €0.02 per hand — and hope to lose with quads or better! Think of it as an insurance policy if you will, an insurance policy that could pay dividends when it pays out.

Check out the Bad Beat Jackpot page for full terms and conditions.

188BET is Offering You a Risk Free WSOP!

At the 2013 World Series of Poker there will be a plethora of poker players who have won a seat to a WSOP event who never make it into the money place. Although they will have no doubt enjoyed their time in Las Vegas and been enthralled by the experience of playing at the WSOP, they will also be disappointed that they did not make any money.

That scenario will not happen to anyone who qualifies for the 2013 WSOP at 188BET because 188BET customers will play at the WSOP completely risk free. Be one of the first 100 players on MPN — the network that 188BET is part of — to qualify for a WSOP package at 188BET and if you do not manage to make it into the money places when you head to Las Vegas, 188BET will refund your buy-in into your 188BET account!

This is an amazing offer and one that you really do not want to miss out on. For a full breakdown of the terms and conditions head over to the dedicated 188BET promotion page.

Win Your Way to the WSOP for €5.50; Hurry, the Promotion Ends Soon

188BET is offering customers the chance to jet off to Las Vegas to compete in the 2013 World Series of Poker for just a €5.50 outlay. That's correct, 188BET is running WSOP satellites that only cost €5.50! These €5.50 buy-in satellites feed into the Las Vegas Trip 2013 Final on June 2 where at least two lucky winners will walk away with a Las Vegas Trip package worth $2,500. Each package consists of:

  • The $1,000 buy-in for Event #42 of the 2013 World Series of Poker.
  • $1,500 for accommodation and travel expenses.

Event #42 is the $1,000 buy-in No Limit Hold'em event that is certain to attract a massive field and offer gigantic prizes. Past winners of $1,000 buy-in events include Michael Gathy (won $440,829 in prize money), Max Steinberg ($440,238), Rocco Palumbo ($464,464), Will Jaffe ($500,075) and Dominik Nitsche ($654,797). Could you be the one the poker media reports on at the 2013 WSOP?

The next €5.50 buy-in Las Vegas Trip Satellite is 18:00 U.K. time on May 25 --tomorrow evening-- so you don't have long to wait. 188BET will award one seat to the €100+€10 Las Vegas Trip Final for every 20 entrants in this satellite.

The May 25 tournament is the penultimate €5.50 satellite, with only June 1 featuring these low buy-in tournaments afterwards. Time really is running out if you are wanting to win your way to the WSOP for such a small amount of money, you will be kicking yourself if you miss out on the chance of a poker trip of a lifetime so get involved in these special €5.50 WSOP Satellites.

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