LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 06/06/13 -- UK-based online poker room PKR may have carved out a place for itself in the competitive poker market with its unique 3D software, but it's the site's approach to live events which has helped set it apart over the last few years, in particular with its WSOP Experience.
Each summer, hordes of PKR qualifiers - many making their Las Vegas debut - travel with PKR to Sin City for what the site has dubbed the 'poker holiday of a lifetime'. With only one more set of satellite finals to run, only a few places remain on their WSOP battle bus.
This year's qualifiers, winners of a $4,500 package, will be put up at the luxury Palazzo Hotel for six nights from 20-26 June, play the $1,000 buy-in event #42 of the World Series of Poker, and live the Vegas dream in style. As well as a limousine tour of Las Vegas and the chance to sky jump from the roof of the Stratosphere Hotel, qualifiers will party alongside Team PKR Pros like Sofia Lovgren and Vladimir Geshkenbein at the Wet Republic pool party, Pure nightclub and V Bar.
The last two satellite finals take place on Monday 10 June, with packages available through the $270 WSOP Final and the $105 Lottery Final, the latter played out with cards face-up and no decisions to be made, with winners revealed within minutes. Super satellites into both finals run daily from under $5. Read full information on the PKR WSOP Experience.
PKR WSOP promotional video.
Video from 2012 WSOP Experience pool party.
PKR is a revolutionary concept in online poker that has changed the way the game is played. Featuring stunning real-time 3D graphics and a uniquely engaging and immersive gaming system, PKR brings an unparalleled and previously unseen level of realism to online poker. Developed by some of the brightest stars in the video games and poker industries, PKR continues to be the most innovative poker room in the world.
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