With the World Series of Poker waiting just around the corner, much of the poker community will be turning their focus towards Las Vegas, and the bright lights of the City of Sin. Titan Poker is making the dreams that many poker players harbour into a reality with their various WSOP giveaways.
The prize packages to the WSOP Main Event worth $13,000 can be won through Titan’s Sunday and Tuesday Super Satellites. These include 7 nights accommodation in a luxury Las Vegas hotel, $1770 for flights and spending money, as well as entry to the $10,000 WSOP Main Event.
However, Titan Poker is also giving away additional prizes to some of the alternate WSOP events. These include a $13,000 package to Event #42, the Pot Limit Omaha Championship, as well as packages worth $5,500 and $3,500 to Events #42 and #54, the No-Limit Hold’em Side Tournaments.
Titan Poker are also running a Warrior League, whereby players can take part in eight league tournaments for just one buy-in. Following the Grand Final, players who sit in the top ten on the Leader Board will all finish with a WSOP Package. The first place winner will take home the ultimate prize of a $20,000 package, including an entry to the WSOP Main Event.
In addition, Titan are also staging an MTT race, where the top 20 finalists will all receive WSOP prizes, each worth $5,000. The official statement from Titan Poker said that many players are now choosing the Titan room as their ticket to the WSOP, thanks to their multiple tournaments available for relatively small buy-ins.
Titan Poker is the leading light in the iPoker Network, owned by the Playtech Corporation. They are generally considered Europe’s most popular online poker spot, but enjoy a growing international following. They compete with PartyGaming’s PartyPoker network as the world’s third most popular online poker room. Other rooms which share the iPoker software include Casino Plex, Europa Casino, City Club Casino, Jet Casino, Prestige Casino, Crown Europe Casino, Sega Casino, Mansion Poker and William Hill.
For much of the poker community, the WSOP is considered the biggest event in the poker calendar. Will you be there?