New York, NY (PRWEB) March 14, 2006
In a professional poker tournaments players often realise that what they watch on TV is very different from what they face at the live table. WSOPSeat.com explains some of the nuances that players competing in the World Series of Poker 2006 will have to bear in mind.
Poker is bigger than ever, with record numbers of online poker players signing up and winning big, and the legendary World Series of Poker promising to be another record breaker this year. One challenge many new tournament poker players face when they sit down with the “big boys” in a professional poker tournament is facing reality; often what they watch on TV is very different from what they face at the live table.
On ESPN the shows that feature the World Series of Poker are highly edited to show action and interest, and while very entertaining, can present a skewed picture of what to expect for that first timer attending the World Series of Poker in person at the Rio in Las Vegas. WSOPSeat.com, the poker players best resource for finding opportunities (and winning them!) to get into the WSOP, has recently added the official WSOP blind structure to their site, giving players yet another tool with which to sharpen their tournament wining chances.
The official blinds levels of the WSOP main event start out reasonably enough, but towards the end they really start jumping; a thousand, five thousand, ten thousand and much, much more. Poker players might be surprised to learn that, in addition to the aggressive blind structure in this No Limit Texas Hold’em event that there are antes to be paid as well, keeping the chips flowing hand after hand. When it gets down to the end, no wallflowers allowed!
In addition to the official 2006 World Series of Poker event schedule and blind levels, WSOPSeat.com provides tournament strategy to not only help players win their way into bigger and bigger events, but to make the most of their shot when they make it in to the WSOP. While players are checking out the list of WSOP seat-winning events, WSOPSeat.com also provides the details on more than eight thousand dollars in free poker bonus and promo money, helping you earn while you learn.
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