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    Monday, January 18th, 2010 by t2admin

Titan Poker recently launched the biggest poker challenge they have ever created. The World Challenge launched the first week of January and players from all over the world are invited to compete. Players are playing poker for their country and the five best players will be chosen to play in the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event.

The Challenge has begun and players will be competing in two rounds of weekly tournaments with twelve different countries/regions competing. The results of the competition will be posted on the leader boards so players can see who the front runners in the competition are.

After the two rounds the top 200 players will qualify for the final eight tournaments. The results and rankings will post on the leader boards. The top 200 players will be determined based on the number of qualifiers per group as listed on the countries/regions table.

After the eight tournaments have concluded, the top five players on the Final Leader board will win a $13,000 Main Event package to the 2010 WSOP. The Tournaments/Groups include: the Americas, Australia/New Zealand, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands/Belgium, open for all players, Romania, Russia, Scandinavia, Spain and the United Kingdom.

Titan Poker has specific lists compiled on their website under the World Challenge tab so players can fully understand the schedule. Tournaments will take place each week and players can keep up with the buy-ins as well as dates and times of each tournament at Titan Poker.

The five players who make it to the very end to earn the packages will be greatly rewarded. The prize package will of course include the buy-in for the main event but it will also pay for each players accommodations as well as travel expenses.

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