Win 2016 World Series of Poker Trip With The Poker Academy
Take The 12-Week Challenge And Win Buy-In, Flight and Hotel Stay For WSOP Event
ThePokerAcademy.com will be closing the 12-Week Challenge on May 1st and choosing the winners that week. That means if you’ve been waiting to get started, now is the time to do it!
The 12-Week Challenge was designed for students to become significantly better at poker, by reviewing one session of ThePokerAcademy.com’s 12-session course each week, submitting reviews at the end of the week as you progress.
On May 1st, The Poker Academy will choose one winner from every 25 entries and send those players to the WSOP to play in a $1,000 buy-in event, buy-in, flight, and hotel included!*
With 12 weeks left until the May 1st deadline, starting this week will keep you on track. Of course, you can progress at your own speed, so it’s not absolutely necessary to start this week, but if you want to follow the plan they laid out, it’s time to start now!
*Terms and conditions apply and can be found here.
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