DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwired) -- 04/10/13 -- Editors note: There is one image associated with this press release.
paddypowerpoker.com today announces its Viva Las Vegas $5,000 all-expenses package to the world's biggest poker event, the World Series of Poker taking place this summer in Las Vegas.
This year Paddy has unlimited WSOP packages up for grabs - the more you play the more packages we award but to take part in Viva Las Vegas players MUST opt-in.
Each $5,000 WSOP package has a $1,500 buy-in to event #60: no-limit hold'em tournament on July 4, $2,250 spending money, seven nights in hotel Palazzo/Venetian Luxury Suite from July 3-10, the finest hospitality including a Paddy Power Poker Tournament and refreshments.
There's three ways players can win their package and the trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas at Paddy Power Poker:
Weekly Finals - collect points or buy in directly for $30 + $3 to gain entry to our Weekly WSOP Finals where we award unlimited $5,000 packages.
The Big Final - qualify for all four Weekly Finals and we'll buy you in to the Big Final where we award even more $5,000 packages. You can also buy into The Big Final directly for $50 + $5.
The WSOP Warrior Leader Board - rank in 1st place on our leader board and win a $5,000 package. There are stunning prizes for anyone in the top 20 up for grabs!
Paddy Power, spokesman for the site said, "It's that time of year again and all poker eyes are trained on getting to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker.
"We're making it as easy as possible for our players and offering incredible value for this once in a lifetime trip so opt in, collect points and take your shot at the big one. Viva Las Vegas!"
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