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The WSOP 2010 schedule names a total of 57 bracelets poker events, including three brand new poker events ($50,000 Player's Championship Event #2, $10,000 H.O.R.S.E Event #43, World Championship, $25,000 6-Handed No-Limit tournament Event #52). The World Series of Poker schedule of events mentions a few alterations, for example, the $50.000 H.O.R.S.E event has been replaced with the $50,000 "Player's Championship" (Event #2), featuring eight different games (Limit Hold'em, Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better, Seven Card Razz, Seven Card Stud, Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better, No-Limit Hold'em, Pot-Limit Omaha, 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball).
The opening 5 weekends of the series (May 29-30, June 5-6, June 12-13, June 19-20 and June 26-27) will highlight $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em tournaments with two initial flights. Additionally, a sixth event schedule on July 1-2, will also feature the same event at the same buy-in level. The 41st annual World Series of Poker 2010 will close on Monday, July 5th with the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Championship Main Event. The Main Event will be interrupted on July 17th, and will resume on four months later with the "November Nine" final table playing from November 6th-9th
Other changes presented for the WSOP 2010 consist of a number of new rules that will standardize the amount of play on a daily basis, and the addition of more poker tables. According to the 2010 World Series of Poker website, the entire convention center of the Rio will be devoted to the World Series of Poker 2010, with tournament tables in the 58,000 square foot Pavilion and the 38,000 square foot Amazon Room.
The WSOP is also giving participants over five months to sign-up for the first poker event on the World Series of Poker 2010 schedule. Pre-registration for the WSOP 2010 is accessible at the Main Cage of the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino and online at the World World Series of Poker 2010 official site. Sign-up for all bracelet poker events will remain open until the start of the third level (approximately 2 hours, 20 minutes after start time) or until all seats are sold.
"Whatever your game and whatever your bankroll, the 2010 WSOP schedule offers something for everyone. We are planning for the largest WSOP ever and look forward to welcoming all players to the Rio in Las Vegas next summer." said WSOP Tournament Director Jack Effel.
WSOP schedule of events
Nov 11, 2009
One of the nicest features of the Official “durrrr” Prosite is the welcome video from Team Full Tilt players Howard Lederer, Andy Bloch, Jennifer Harman and others. The ”durrrr” video on Full Tilt also features an appearance from the legendary online poker player, Tom Dwan.
Tom Dwan has been keeping himself very occupied recently with a new Tom "durrrr" Dwan blog, which will actually be written from events of Dwan himself. Without mentioning the durrrr Challenge which is on its 27,185th poker hand out of the scheduled 50,000 total hands.
Oct 9, 2009
First off is the special Free $100 Poker Bankroll at Full Tilt Poker, which awards $100 to new players at Full Tilt. The only requirements to get your Free $100 Bankroll is that you must be a NEW player on Full Tilt and meet the country requirements. You will then receive $50 in your new Full Tilt account and the other $50 when you make the bonus requirements. Read the full terms and conditions before signing up.
The next contest at WedoitallVegas, is their new $1500 Poker Free Roll, this poker tournament is for all the players who joined to the Free $100 Cash Bankroll promotion. To play in the monthly $1500 Poker Freeroll you will need to have received the Free $100 at Full Tilt, or in the event that you are a member to the affiliate program, have at least referred one person to the Free Poker Cash promotion at Full Tilt Poker. Once you have met these requirements, you will be granted a personal invitation to join the Free Monthly Poker Tournaments.
WDIAV Forum members have been earning tons of money lately in the $1000 WDIAV Monthly Freeroll. To qualify for the Monthly $1000 Freeroll, you will need to meet a certain forum and blog post requirements set up by WDIAV. Look through the requirements on the WeDoItAllVegas.com forum to see if you qualify. Their WeDoItAllVegas.com Freeroll is hosted on Full Tilt, one of the best online poker sites on the net.
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Jul 31, 2009
To receive this promotion, Full Tilt players only need to earn one point from Full Tilt before July 28th. Players who don’t meet the terms are not eligible for the Biggest Bonus Ever offer. Players who qualify for this offer will have until 23:59 ET on August 16th to receive the Full Tilt bonus.
To get the Full Tilt bonus, players will be required to open the Full Tilt Poker software, log in and click on the “Cashier” tab in the client lobby, choose the “My Promotions” box in the cashier, click the Biggest Bonus Ever link in the ‘My Promotions” gateway; this will bring them to a page explaining the facts on how to obtain the Full Tilt Poker bonus.
Once players agree to their Biggest Bonus Ever offer, they will have 30 days to release the Full Tilt bonus simply by earning Full Tilt points in any real money poker games on the site.
Ring game players will gain one Full Tilt point for each dollar raked from the pot in poker hands where they are dealt cards. Players can earn partial Full Tilt points if less than a dollar is raked, with a limit of three points gained per poker hand.
Sit and Go players will earn seven Full Tilt points for every dollar in tournament fees they pay. There is no cap for the number of points you can gain in each tournament.
For more information on the Biggest Bonus Ever, please visit http://www.fulltiltpoker.com/biggest-bonus-ever
The initial response from players will see is a fresh start up page featuring a new restored appearance as well as a few brand new aspects for example a list of random security guidelines shown on the bottom of the page. Full Tilt’s new software gives poker players three different lobby views: Basic, Standard and Classic View.
The Basic View provides novice players the chance of catching up with the new poker software and watching the poker games without the stress of playing. The Basic View provides step by step data on all the existing games of poker, and offers poker players the opportunity to choose their currency, type of game, Game (Hold’em, Omaha Hi or HL, Stud and Mixed Games), Limit (Fixed, Pot or No Limit), and Stake. Additionally customers can now check the poker action before going in to a table with the new “Observe Table” option or click on “Browse Table to view the full list of accessible tables.
The Standard View gives information about all the accessible games and permits poker players to modify the list of games and tables to present only the games of their choosing. This selection also provides players the possibility of deciding on the poker table by type, game, stake and check the poker tables before joining the action.
Poker players can also opt the Classic view and keep FullTilt’s original lobby, however, this option will be offered for a short time only and will be withdrawn soon.
Both the Basic and Standard views also contain pioneering new features such as new rotating graphic screen located on the left that gives Full Tilt Players straight entry to Full Tilt’s bonuses and tournaments and events for example the FTOPS, Iron Man, Play with the Pros, Full Tilt Poker Academy, Poker Deposit Bonuses, and many other Full Tilt Promotions and poker tournaments, as well as a video option that permits players to enjoy videos right from the Full Tilt client.
The new poker client software from Full Tilt Poker is available for Mac and Windows Operating systems. To download Full Tilt Poker’s new client visit Full Tilt Poker Website or click here.
Jun 24, 2009
The new section offers online poker players and followers the opportunity to follow this amazing durrrr challenge and check out timely challenge details. With this innovative “durrrr Challenge” portal poker players can follow all the action and check out each hand played during the poker challenge, and check out tons of statistics, including number of hands played, time of session, amount won, average won during each hand and tons more.
About six months ago, the twenty-three year old online poker pro handed out a heads-up challenge open to any poker player with the cash, time and capability to accept it. Any poker star entering the durrrr challenge has to bet $500,000 against durrrr’s $1.5 million. Tom’s challenge states that a minimum 50,000 hands need to be played at the same time at 4 or more poker tables of no-limit Hold’em or pot-limit Omaha. At the end of the durrrr challenge, the poker player who has more money will win the pool. Essentially if you enter the durrrr challenge and win $1 after the 50,000 hands, then you will get Tom’s $1.5 Million, but if he triumphs by a dollar then he will win your $500,000.
Thus far, several poker pros have accepted to play the “durrrr challenge”, including Full Tilt Poker Star Phil Ivey and David Benyamine, but, only Patrick Antonius has accepted the durrrr challenge. Thus far, both poker stars have engaged in a total of 20,647 poker hands out of 50,000, with Tom Dwan leading the count $726,546 total.
For more information on the “durrrr” Challenge and durrrr vs. Antonius, please go to http://www.fulltiltpoker.com/durrrr-vs-antonius
Jun 8, 2009
FullTilt.com’s new World Series of Poker Coverage Page is not the usual news website offered by hundreds of other sites. Full Tilt’s Site is divided into three parts, and includes a daily highlights area in where players can get access to the 2009 WSOP events info, results, players and more in an articles series written by the Full Tilt writers Roy Winston and AlCantHang. Aside from the typical daily updates and results on each and every poker event, FullTiltPoker.com’s WSOP Coverage Page also highlights two poker blogs, Poker from the Rail Blog, which highlights commentary, covering news, insider info from FullTiltPoker.com stars, opinions from FullTiltPoker.com’s fans and authors and guest posts from guest bloggers, and the Pro Blog, which highlights commentaries from members of Team Full Tilt participating in the WSOP 2009, including Andy Bloch, Jon “Pearljammed” Turner and Roy Winston.
Additionally, Full Tilt Poker’s new World Series of Poker Coverage Page has a Twitter section that supplies round the clock updates and commentary from different poker players. Some of the players that participate in the Twitter area include, Beth Shak, Jennifer Harman, Andy Bloch, Howard Lederer, Mike Matusow and Rafe Furst. The Twitter portion allows poker players to send short messages allowing people from around the world to stay informed. These messages known as “tweets”, can be sent from anywhere through a cellular phone or other handheld.
To view more info on Full Tilt Poker’s new WSOP Coverage Page please visit http://www.fulltiltpoker.com/series-coverage.
Apr 10, 2009
This is your LAST BEST CHANCE to win one of SIX $1,500 2009 World Series of Poker event tickets in
May 17th, 9 pm EST - Put it on your calendar! $500 Freeroll PLUS a chance to win a ticket to our WSOP Step 4 final where we are giving away 6 WSOP seats. Top 18 placers in the event will win a Step 4 ticket.
Terms and conditions:
1. You MUST be a registered WDIAV Forum member. This Freeroll will be by pre-registration ONLY. No password.
2. You MUST have a minimum of 50 valid (i.e. non-spam or redundant) posts to the forum threads.
3. You must have a minimum of 50 forum points available to enter. You can still earn points under the CURRENT point system (more about that below) by making posts to the forum and by posting your avatar. When you enter this final freeroll tournament, you will be redeeming ALL of your current forum points for this last chance to win.
4. All Step 4 Tickets are transferable to another forum member or WDIAV Player. Anyone found selling tickets will be immediately disqualified and their forum account will be cancelled. All tickets have no cash value.
5. WSOP seat(s) are non-transferable and have no cash value. You must be present at the
6. You MUST be 21 years old at the time you present your ticket in
7. Winners are responsible for any and all taxes, travel, expenses and any other costs incurred in this promotion. Winners of WSOP seats agree to wear the shirt and hat of our choice while playing in the event. Winners agree to hold WDIAV harmless for any occurrence as a result of this promotion. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.
8. The final date to earn forum points and to make 50 posts to the forum is May 15th, 2009. After that date, forum members who try to enter this tournament by completing their posts and points will not be allowed to play in this tournament!
If you haven't had time to earn points and post into the forum or you're a new forum member, here's your chance to get into a really GREAT DEAL! Get your points and posts into the WDIAV forum by NO LATER than May 12th, 2009.
ANNOUNCEMENT - WDIAV POINTS WILL BE CHANGING
We've been working hard to try to create a point system that rewards forum members who contribute to our forum and who make it a fun and interesting place to visit. The DAY AFTER this special tournament, we will be announcing our new forum point system. At that time, all old WDIAV points will be come invalid.
Some of the new features:
* Automatic point calculation
* Automatic point redemption for passwords to tournaments
* Point rewards for all parts of the forum - threads, posts, photos, videos, referrals, blogs, comments, adding events to the calendar and much more.
* Redeem points for cash and gift certificates
Once again, we want to say thanks to all our members who have made our forum the success it is. Now we want to take it to the next step in enjoyment.
Regards, WDIAV Team