Strong voting turnout for World Series of Poker Tournament of Cha

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Mar 27, 2010 Posted in Poker News | No Comments »

2010 will see the return of the Tournament of Champions at the World Series of Poker and this time around poker fans will have a direct impact on the lineup. Fans can vote for their favorite poker players on the WSOP website, and the top 20 vote-getters will get their ticket punched for the 2010 Tournament of Champions.

At this point over 180,000 votes have been cast, and there will likely be a huge push as we approach the voting deadline. We advice you vote Marty Smyth!
The voting stipulations are as follows:

* Fans can vote for any former World Series of Poker bracelet winner (from any event)
* Each voter can choose to vote for up to 20 players
* Voting is running until June 15th
* 2 online qualifiers will be entered into the field
* Former TOC Champions, Mike Sexton, Mike Matusow, and Annie Duke are automatically entered
* The reigning WSOP and WSOPE champions, Barry Shulman and Joe Cada are automatically entered

Players can view the top 50 vote-getters on the WSOP website.

Vote Marty

PokerNewsBoy are supporting Irish Poker Player, Marty Smyth. So we are asking all our readers and plus all our Irish fans to go to the WSOP Tournaments of Champions page by clicking HERE, follow the instrutions, then when voting make sure you vote Marty Smyth into the Tournament of Champions.

Vote Marty Smyth into the WSOP Tournament of Champions.

Tags: , , , , , , ,



Leave a Reply

High Stakes News

Promotional News

10 reasons to play Poker at BetOnline in 2019
2019 seems to be the year poker players search for a new poker site to …
Read more

UK And EU Poker Players Should Check Out The New One Time Poker Website
Most poker players in the European Union and United Kingdom may not be …
Read more

Latest Ignition Poker tournaments
The good thing about Ignition poker tournaments is that you have the c …
Read more

Poker Night In America Debuts New Live Poker Show Featuring Celebrities
Poker Night in America is introducing a new poker show format on CBS, …
Read more