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    Tuesday, November 24th, 2009 by t2admin

PokerStars is currently offering poker players at their online poker room one of the greatest opportunities in poker history. The online poker room has started a new opportunity called Dream Job USA. One poker player will earn the opportunity to represent PokerStars for one year. The contract with PokerStars is worth $100,000.

The winner of the Dream Job contest will be able to travel the world representing PokerStars in various live tournaments. The contract with PokerStars will last twelve months and be worth $100,000. This amount includes a $5,000 monthly salary and $40,000 to spend on live of events of the player’s choice. So not only will the lucky winner earn a nice salary for the year, but if they do good in the live events then they will earn that money as well!

PokerStars is currently running free-to-enter, cash and Frequent Player Point satellite qualifiers now. Satellites will run until November 28th with seats to the Finals up for grabs. Those who make the finals will be competing to win the Dream Job as a representative of PokerStars for one year.

Cash and Frequent Player Points satellites are running daily with buy-ins as low as $1.10 and 10 FPPs. Free rolls will take place daily as well. The Dream Job $109 final will take place on November 29th at 19:00ET. Those who earn the seats or buy their seat will be able to compete in the finals on this day.

This is a great opportunity for a regular poker player to compete in the best live poker tournaments in the world. PokerStars is giving one lucky player the opportunity to become a poker pro for one year and there is no end to the possibilities that this player can achieve during the year they will spend representing the top online poker room in the world.




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