Women's WCOOP August promo to award free tickets and PCA package

PS Women logo.jpgAs poker promotions go this one is impossible to beat. It's the biggest and best online poker tournament series ever, with a guaranteed prize pool of $30,000,000. It will offer 62 events and a gold bracelet for each event's World Champion. It's the most prestigious online tournament in the world. And to make it even sweeter, a special promotion for women is running throughout the month of August to make it easy for you to qualify.
It's the 2011 WCOOP (World Championship of Online Poker) running from September 4-26--the year's most exciting month of online poker. For these three weeks, players around the world will be focused on their laptops as the cards fly for 22 days of intense excitement. And this is your year to be one of them.

As a special incentive to get more women to play in the event, during the month of August, PokerStars is adding free satellite tickets to all final table finishers in Women's League Events and the Women's Sunday tournaments (a Step 1 ticket for league winners and a Step 2 for the winner of each Women's Sunday). But that's not all. Not by a long shot.

The major incentive this year is that the highest female finisher on the Player of the Series leaderboard will receive a $3500 PCA (PokerStars Caribbean Adventure) prize package to attend the PokerStars Women Live event in January. This package will guarantee the winner four days of sun and sand, and of course poker, in the Bahamas at one of the world's most famous resorts--the Atlantis Hotel and Resort. The package includes entry into the PokerStars Women Live tournament which guarantees two days of exciting competition against some of the best players in the world.

So make this your year to win a bracelet and a title--not to mention the opportunity to win a sweet vacation and a second chance to do it all over again at the PCA. For more details see the special PokerStars Women WCOOP page. To read more about the PokerStars Women Live event at the PCA, read last year's reports.

Rebekah Mercer
@PokerStars in PS Women