(PRWEB) June 24, 2005
The 36th Annual World Series of Poker is in full swing in Las Vegas, NV at the Rio Hotel & Casino, and millions of poker fans are following live updates as the greatest poker players in the world test their skills in over forty poker events from June 2 to July 15. The WSOP concludes with the most widely known poker tournament in the world, the $10,000 buy-in WSOP World Championship. During recent years, poker fans worldwide have enjoyed the excitement of watching players like Chris Moneymaker and Greg Raymer become world champions by winning the main event at the World Series of Poker.
Now poker fans have an opportunity to do more than just watch the event. An internet poker community, Case Ace Poker Forum (http://forums.caseacepoker.com/) has introduced a fantasy poker league in which participants will select, or Âdraft,Â a team of poker players to follow during the $10,000 WSOP World Championship.
The WSOP Fantasy Challenge at CAP will consist of 10-team leagues, with a new league forming around every ten people that join the competition to manage or ÂownÂ a team. The owners within each league will compete against each other, starting with a draft, during which time the owners select from available players to form their fantasy teams. Once the draft is completed, the owners will contend for a fantasy league title as the players on their team finish Âin the moneyÂ and score assigned points for their respective owners.
Registration for the WSOP Fantasy Challenge at CAP is free and open to all that are interested. Leagues are already forming, and registration will close the day before the $10,000 event begins in Las Vegas. Case Ace Poker will be awarding prizes, such as poker books, to the participants who win their 10-team league and the person that scores the most overall points.
For additional information on the WSOP Fantasy Challenge at CAP, please visit: http://forums.caseacepoker.com/viewtopic.php?t=789