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Las Vegas dream prize up for grabs with Ladbrokes’ one hand takes all lottery.

With the most famous poker event in the world, ‘The World Series of Poker’ just around the corner, is offering players an incredible chance to win a piece of the action and for just 20 cents, poker fans would be crazy not to give it a go!

For as little as 20 cents buy-in, players could be in with a chance of winning the trip of a lifetime – worth a staggering €6,000 – to the World Series of Poker (WSOP) in Las Vegas this year.  And clinching the big prize couldn’t be simpler.  For poker fans that don’t have the time or skill to play the satellites, daily finals or weekly finals necessary to qualify for a WSOP place, has an alternative.

Throughout May, is holding a series of nail biting WSOP lottery tournaments, culminating in the WSOP Lottery Final on 31st May 2010. As the tournaments are all in, one hand take all, anyone can win, regardless of skill level!

The exciting tournaments are based on’s carnage tournaments whereby every hand is automatically all in and the winning hand goes through! There’s also no need to stay logged on if you join future tournaments; the system plays the hand for you. You will be set all in every hand until you are either knocked out or make it through to the next level.

Every day, every half hour, kicking off at midday, will run 20 cent satellites. These will feed the €12 WSOP Lottery Daily finals at 22:30, which will feed the €120 WSOP Lottery Weekly finals, each Sunday at 23:00. If you are lucky enough to qualify for the final tournament on 31st May, you could bag yourself one of three €6,000 WSOP trips of a lifetime.

Kate McLennan, Head of Poker at Ladbrokes, comments, “At our mission is to bring poker to the people. So what could be better than giving our players the chance to qualify for The World Series of Poker –the biggest poker event of the year – without even playing one hand? Now there’s a story for your table!”

To enter the tournaments players should click here to visit the Ladbrokes Poker website.

(Ladbrokes Press Release)