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Party Poker Brings Back the Gladiator

Mar 3, 2010
Author: Sadonna Price

Party Poker recently announced the return of the popular Gladiator Contest. Players compete in the contest to see who will win the $12,500 World Series of Poker Prize package. The last Gladiator event took place in November and players loved it so much they brought it back again with more levels and larger rewards.

Players have until April 1st to try and win the WSOP prize package. Party Poker has nine PartyPoints target levels that players should try to aim for. The levels begin at ten points per day and go up to 2,000 per day. Players who meet the target a per-determined number of times will win a prize.

The player that earns 2,000 Party Points per day throughout the promotion will win the prize package to the 2010 WSOP. The prize package is worth $12,000 and pays for the $10,000 entry fee as well as hotel accommodations. $1,000 in spending money is also included. Party Poker will also host three Gladiator free roll tournaments which will take place on April 3rd.


 

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