Cake Poker still offering $13k Packages through 2011 Series

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While the 2011 WSOP may have already kicked off, that doesn’t mean there is any shortage of Main Event prize packages left at Cake Poker. In fact, their 2011 Series promotion is still offering both $13,000 Main Event and $2,500 Vegas Spree prize packages until June 19th. And you can earn 33% rakeback while competing for these prize packages at Cake!

The $13k packages pay your $10k Main Event buy-in, and you can choose how to spend the remaining $3k. The $2,500 Vegas Spree packages enable you to buy into a smaller WSOP event, while leaving some money on the side for traveling expenses. If you’d like to win a huge prize package from Cake, here is a look at the $13k qualifiers (all times are EST):

– Sunday Series 2011 Final at 4pm: buy-in is $490, one Main Event prize package per $13,000 in prize pool

– Daily Series 2011 Semi-Final: buy-in is $90, one Series 2011 Final seat per $490 in prize pool

– Daily Series 2011 Freezeout: buy-in is $16.50, one Series 2011 Semi-Final seat per $90 in prize pool

– Daily Series 2011 $13k R&A: buy-in is $9.90, one Series 2011 Semi-Final seat per $90 in prize pool

– Hourly Series 2011 Freezeout Super Satellite, buy-in is $2.20, one Freezeout seat per $16.50 in prize pool

– Hourly Series 2011 R&A Super Satellite: buy-in is $1.10, one R&A seat per $9.90 in prize pool

Here are the qualifiers for the $2,500 Vegas Spree packages. Keep in mind that you can win as many of the Vegas Spree or Main Event prize packages as you want:

– Daily Vegas Spree Final: buy-in is $873.33, two $2,500 Vegas Spree packages

– Daily Vegas Spree Step 6: buy-in is $316.11, two Vegas Spree Final seats

– Daily Vegas Spree Step 5: buy-in is $114.37, two Step 6 seats

– Daily Vegas Spree Step 4: buy-in is $41.52, two Step 5 seats

– Daily Vegas Spree Step 3: buy-in is $15.20, two Step 4 seats

– Daily Vegas Spree Step 2: buy-in is $5.56, two Step 3 seats

– Daily Vegas Spree Step 1: buy-in is $2.00, two Step 2 seats

Tip of the Day: Unlike other poker tournaments, satellite tourneys offer identical prizes at the top. This being the case, you should approach the bubble as conservatively as possible when you are a medium-to-large stack size. So tighten up your starting hand requirements quite a bit, until it is absolutely necessary to open up these requirements.

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