Looking for a great poker event to enjoy this November where you'll be rubbing shoulders with the likes of Chris Moorman, Maria Ho, Jennifer Tilly, Bill Klein, Kelly Minkin and Eli Elezra? Well, look no further!

At 888poker, we have partnered with Poker Central to proudly bring UK players an exclusive offer. On 14th and 21st of October at 20:00 GMT (21:00 UK time), we’re holding two very special online tournaments with a $1 buy-in, each boasting a massive prize.

Both events are winner-takes-all and restricted to UK players only, over the age of 21. Winners of either tournament will each get a Vegas package worth a whopping $14,000 apiece.

What’s Up for Grabs?

If you’ve ever dreamt what it would be like to live and play like a pro, then here’s your one big chance to find out.

For just $1, you could experience, first-hand, how the other half lives.

Here’s how you could be spending your November:

  • $10K entry to a special 888 Poker After Dark Week Sit & Go featuring the big name pros, such as - Chris Moorman, Maria Ho, Jennifer Tilly, Bill Klein, Kelly Minkin and Eli Elezra
  • $2K for flights and other expenses paid directly into winners’ player account
  • Accommodation at the ARIA Resort & Casino from 3rd November through 7th November booked by 888poker and worth $2K

Winners of either event on 14/10 and 21/10 will each win the package above worth $14K a piece.

And, we haven’t stopped there! In addition to this fantastic package, the two winning players will get a very special tour guide on this spectacular Vegas trip – none other than the most-winningest online poker tournament player, Chris Moorman.

As VIP guests for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure, the two qualifiers get to live the Vegas high-life with Chris showing them the best restaurants, hottest places to party and most renowned golf courses – among many other exciting exploits.

888 Poker After Dark Week - Vegas

The $10K Sit & Go of a Lifetime!

What would a trip to Las Vegas be without playing at the highest stakes against the best players in the business? That’s why we joined forces with Poker Central to arrange two very special Sit & Go’s.

The first $10K buy-in 888 Poker After Dark Week Sit & Go will take place on 5th November at the PokerGO Studio in Vegas - with the first qualifier pitting his/her wits against Chris Moorman and 5 other well-known poker pros.

The second qualifier will get their chance to live the life of a pro on 6th November, also at the same studio, against Chris and 5 famous poker pros.

Both tournaments are rake-free with the following payouts:

  • 1st place - $50K
  • 2nd place - $20K

If you haven’t registered for the satellite tournaments yet, you are missing out!

Only $1 gets you the opportunity of a lifetime.

Terms and conditions apply

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