Intertops Poker sending lucky players to Caribbean

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If an expenses-paid trip to play poker in the Caribbean in March sounds like a good way to beat the late-winter blues, you need to step up to the tables at Intertops Poker.

On March 29 the main event of the WSOPC Caribbean will begin at the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and Casino in St. Maartens. The No-Limit Hold’em tournament has a $1,700 buy-in with a $250,000 guaranteed prize pool.

The winner of the tournament will also receive a coveted WSOP Circuit Championship Ring. The last time the WSOPC setup shop in St. Maartens 224 players bought into the $1,675 main event and Timothy Cavallin was the last man standing to collect $84,000.

What does the Intertops Poker WSOPC winner receive?

Intertops Poker is the official online sponsor of the WSOPC Caribbean and will be sending one lucky winner to soak up the Caribbean sun and play in the main event on their dime. The lucky winner will receive a $4,500 prize package.

Included are the $1,700 buy-in to the main event, a five-night stay at the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and Casino, with all meals and drinks included, and $600 to cover travel expenses. You’ll also get a free seat in a cash game with $100 to play with.

So how do you get a chance at snagging the $45,00 prize package? Log on to Intertops Poker and play in one of their daily satellite qualifiers starting on Thursday, January 24. The satellites are pretty cheap at only $2.20 and move you a step closer to the final tournament.

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The winner-take-all tournament with the $4,500 prize package going to the winner is scheduled for Saturday, January 26 and 5 pm EST. If you’re unable to qualify through a satellite you can also buy-in to the tournament for $110.

Winning a trip to the Caribbean and playing in a WSOPC main event for $110 still seems like a steal.


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