To the WSOP with William Hill

    • Ronny
      Ronny
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      How can you get a WSOP Ticket with William Hill?




      The race is on - last month William Hill gave away over $70,000 in cash and World Series of Poker packages... and this month they will be doing it all over again! The more you play, the more you get paid... and the closer you get to a WSOP package and a trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas!

      More information to the RakeRace here

      They also offer 3 Leaderboards

      * BB Leaderboard 1: Big Blinds of 0.05 or less
      * BB Leaderboard 2: Big Blinds of between 0.10 and 0.50
      * BB Leaderboard 3: Big Blinds of 1.00 or more


      LeaderBoard 1:
      1st $5,000 WSOP Side Event Package

      LeaderBoard 2:
      1st $7,000 WSOP Upgraded Side Event Package

      LeaderBoard 3:
      1st $13,000 WSOP Main Event Package

      If you don't have an account with William Hill yet, you can create one here.


      UPDATE:

      The old promotion is not available any more and will be replaced with the following promotion.

      Starting May 11th, William Hill Poker will be rewarding cash players for playing at multiple tables.

      All you have to do is play on at least two tables at the same time to generate points!

      Earn up to $25 extra per day for 20 days, for doing nothing more than doubling up your cash tables.

      And thats not all, participate in the promotion for 14 days or more, and earn a ticket to the $10,000 WSOP Freeroll, with many prizes up for grabs inclusing an all-inclusive WSOP Package!

      How does it work?

      • Play poker at any cash tables from May 11th - 30th.

      • Players must play on at least two cash tables at the same time to qualify for the promotion.

      • Table session times must overlap by 50% (shared time) to qualify for a bonus.

      • Points are calculated on each table seperately, so you need to hit the required points target on each table. eg: 10-25 points on each table.


      More information can be found here!
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