London, UK (PRWEB) September 22, 2008
Over 60 of the 120 seats at the Win the Chair Tournament are still available. Play and win any of the Chase the Chair Freerolls which run daily between now until the 28th November and you'll automatically satellite into the Win the Chair tournament on Saturday 29th November; the ultimate winner of which, will secure a $120,000 seat in the Semi-Finals of Ladbrokes Poker Million VII - the most valuable seat in the history of poker.
The winners package worth $130,000, includes $5,000 expenses, five days accommodation for two prior to the final in London at the 5* Hilton Metropole, the $120,000 semi-final seat in Europe's most prestigious TV tournament and a table for ten friends and family at the Ladbrokes Poker Million VII Live Final Party - the best poker party in town, which will be held in London on Friday 14th December.
Some of the biggest names in poker have already made it through, Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott, WSOP 2008 bracelet winner Marty Smyth, our very own Roy Brindley, former winner Donnacha O'Dea's son Eoghan O'Dea, Asian Poker tour winner Tony G, World Open champion Anthony Hardy, Hendon Mobsters Barney and Ross Boatman and new boy Sammy George are all that stands between you and a $1,000,000 payday, so get qualifying today and ready yourself for the game of your life.
So if you play your cards right you will be in the driving seat, on course for a mega payday by pitting your poker wits against the other semi-finalists. What better way to beat the credit crunch,
even if you go out after the first hand of the Semi-Final - you'll take home $20,000!
What are you waiting for? It could be you following in the footsteps of Poker Million IV winner, Tony Jones who won $1,000,000 after winning a seat via a Freeroll at Ladbrokes Poker.
The heats of this year's tournament qualifiers so far are showing every Tuesday night on Sky Sports 2 at 10pm. Chase the Chair Freerolls are held every evening at 7pm BST, exclusively at Ladbrokespoker.com.
Notes to Editor:
Freerolls run daily at Ladbrokespoker.com at 7pm. The prizepool is a massive $2,000,000 with a first prize of $1,000,000. This is the first time that a player will satellite into the semi final and the
first time that a runner up in one of the heats has a second chance to make it to the semi-finals. Soccer Am TV presenter, Helen Chamberlain finished second to tony Jones collecting $500,000 in Poker Million IV. Max Rushden her new co-presenter on Soccer Am, tried to follow in her footsteps, but having won his first heat, failed to qualify through the second round. Numbers for Freerolls correct on day of release.
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