Friday, 24 September 2010
The latest incarnation of the PokerStars WCOOP signs off in style this Sunday with at least $10m in guaranteed prize money on offer in event 62, the No Limit Hold'em Main Event.
The action gets under way on Sunday 26th September at 10pm UK time with the buy in set at $5,200. There are a host of qualifiers still running at the 'Events' > 'WCOOP' > ‘Cash Satellites’ tab starting from just $4.40. Last year's Main Event was won by Yevgeniy 'Jovialgent' Timoshenko who pocketed $1.7m for his efforts. This year's first prize is even bigger at $2m. To get in on the action sign up for an account at PokerStars.
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