Subscribe to our Feed

More Than 300 WSOP Seats Still Available at Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt recently announced more than 200 online players have won the most sought after tournament package compliments of FullTiltPoker. With the World Series of Poker only a few short months away, the online poker room has guaranteed there are still plenty of seats available to be won. There are a total of 11 WSOP packages available each week, not including the upcoming 150 Seat Giveaway, leaving the poker room with an additional 350+ seats currently available.

These are not the only seats up for grabs. Full Tilt has also stated in recent media releases they will be sending players to each of the 54 events that have been scheduled to take place in Vegas this summer. This means that players will also be receiving full entry into the HORSE tournament where the buyin is $50,000 and is expected to showcase some of the best talent when it comes to poker both live and online.

Each of the Main Event packages is worth just over $12,000 and includes your accommodations, travel and entry. You will also be able to receive additional cash bonuses depending on how well you do during the event(s). Full Tilt has guaranteed all of their player’s an additional $10 Million dollars cash if by chance on of them were to win the Main Event, which will be paid on top of their winnings.

To win a seat, simply create an account at Full Tilt Poker and enter anyone of the daily poker satellites or qualifiers which start as low as $2. Or you can buyin to the weekly WSOP Finals starting at just $200. The poker room is paying players cash value of any seat they win after they have won their first and if a player wins more than 7 WSOP seats through Full Tilt Poker, beating last year’s records, they will receive a top prize of $25,000 + value of all seats won in cash + a 2008 WSOP Main Event buyin.

If you are looking for the cheapest way to win a WSOP package you can also take part in the Race to the Main event where they will literally give away 50 seats via a freeroll.

Latest Poker News