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For players and fans of poker, there is no greater or more prestigious game than the World Series of Poker Main Event. From now until June 20th, you can qualify to win a $15,000 Main Event package at bwin and earn your chance to play with the pros.

bwin, a member of the Ongame network that does not accept US players, is known for sending lots of players to large land-based events, including the WSOP Main Event. They are also known for sending their players in style. If you win one of their finals, you will be flying to Vegas with a $10,000 ticket to the big game. You will also get to enjoy Vegas with $2,000 for travel and spending money and $3,000 for accommodations.

There are two ways to win these fabulous packages. You can qualify through their regularly scheduled tournaments, or for free through their $75K freeroll events.

The bulk of the tickets are to be given away through their regular tournaments. Every Sunday until June 20th, bwin runs a $300 + $20 tournament where the top ten finishers win the prize package. You can buy into these events directly or qualify in one of their daily satellites, with buy-ins for only $2 + .2, $5 + .5, or $10 + 1.

You can also win through their freeroll events, where bwin is giving away $75K. To win a prize package here, you will have a longer road. First, finish in the top 200 in one of their free daily qualifiers. Then, finish top 25 in the quarter final, which runs twice a week. Next, finish top 100 in the semi final, which runs every Sunday. Do all that and you get to play in the final, where four prize packages are up for grabs. You can also skip ahead and buy into any tier with your player points.

As an added bonus, every player who wins a prize package gets to compete in a freeroll to play in a $5,000 “Ante Up for Africa” charity event. This is a great event that will let you play with the pros, and maybe get some valuable reads that you can use at the Main Event!

If you want to play in the biggest event in poker, sign up for bwin today and check out their qualifiers.