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WCOOP coming up

By: ROXY24 @ 07:28 (EDT) / 2 / Comment ( 0 )
WCOOP is coming up kicking off with the $215 NLHE 6-max event on Sept. 5. This event will have a wonderful prize pool. The summer is going by so fast. A WCOOP score would be a great way to head into Autumn:) I have had some success in the past in Pokerstars WCOOP H.O.R.S.E. events in particular. Hopefully the trend will continue. It is also time to get serious about Hold 'Em. This game generates the exciting prize pools that go along with large fields. Although Hold 'Em and I have a love-hate's time to play good!! Big prizes are exciting even if Hold'Em can be painful when _______. U fill in the blank:) See you at the tables! There is no bounty for knocking Pokerstars Team Members out of the W.C.O.O.P. Tournaments. However, in the Turbo Takedown Tournament every month at Pokerstars you can enter with points, receive $100 deposited to your account for busting a pro, and even win a car! Yes!
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