Toronto, ON (PRWEB) April 7, 2006
The World Series of Poker begins June 25, 2006 in Las Vegas. More than eight thousand players will compete for eighty million dollars in prize in prize money, including $10 million for first place at the main event.
Most of the participants will enter the event for free. Online poker sites will pay for their buy-in, hotel and travel expenses to Las Vegas.
Mark Osler, web master for http://www.thebankrollbuilder.com, notes that most of these prize packages will be won by amateur players at online tournaments known as satellites. “The casual poker player now has a chance to compete with the best players in the world,” says Mr. Osler. “With a little luck, an amateur can qualify in a satellite and go on to win money that will change his or her life forever.”
A guide to online World Series of Poker satellite qualifiers is available at no charge on http://www.thebankrollbuilder.com. The guide to satellites helps players select the poker websites and online tournaments that give them the best opportunity to win a spot at the World Series of Poker. “Poker is the only sport where amateurs have the opportunity to compete against professionals, with a legitimate shot at winning,” says Mr. Osler.
Mark Osler has won multiple online satellite tournaments this year and all-expenses paid entry to World Poker events in Aruba, Bahamas and on a Caribbean cruise. He has competed against the top poker players in the world, including Greg Raymer and Jennifer Harmon.
http://www.thebankrollbuilder.com lists strategies and advice to help casual players improve their game and increase online poker winnings.
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