Last Chance at Party Poker Premier League

If you are trying to become part of Party Poker’s Premier League IV time is running out.  The last tournament qualifier that will award packages is going to be on Sunday, January 10th at 3:20pm.
It’s going to cost $450 dollars to buy into and the winner will receive a prize package that will send them and 15 other package winners to Las Vegas where they will battle it our for the seat at the Premier League event.
At the event one lucky player will be going up against 11 professional poker players, such as, Party Poker’s Mike Sexton, 2008 Premier League winner J.C. Tran, Yevgeniy Timoshenko and other formidable players.
If you’re not already a member of Party Poker new members can get a 100% bonus on their first deposit.

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