Full Flush Stairway to Vegas Final This Weekend

Posted on by Roy Smith

Full Flush Poker Staiway to VegasThis Sunday, Full Flush Poker will be sending three players to Las Vegas to compete in the WSOP Millionaire Maker on June 5th and 6th. Will you be among them?

Full Flush Poker´s “Stairway to Vegas” promotion is reaching its conclusion this weekend with a $120 buy-in final that guarantees three Las Vegas packages and a host of other prizes. The tournament is scheduled for Sunday (May 17) and it is not too late to qualify for the event from as little as $1.00.

The top three players in the “Stairway to Vegas” will each win the $1,500 buy-in to the WSOP Millionaire Maker, six nights’ accommodation on the Strip and $2,000 towards their air fares and other travel expenses. The next twenty-two players will also win prizes – in the form of rubies and tournament dollars – that can be used for buy-ins in Full Flush Poker´s other valuable tournaments.

The Stairway to Vegas Final

The cards will be in the air for the Stairway to Vegas Final at 8:00pm (ET) on Sunday. Players start with a stack of 5,000 chips and there is a gentle blind structure that starts at 10/20 and increases every fifteen minutes. Unlike many tournaments at Full Flush Poker, the Stairway to Vegas is a pure NL Hold´em freezeout – no re-buys or add-ons allowed – but like all of Full Flush Poker´s tournaments there is NO LATE REGISTRATION.

It is too early yet to tell whether there will be much of an overlay in the Stairway to Vegas Final. With two days to go until the event gets underway, just fifty-one players have registered for the tournament or qualified through Full Flush Poker´s “Steps” program. The “Steps” program continues through the weekend, but there are no super-satellites scheduled.

How You Can Qualify for $1.00

Players with modest bankrolls who fancy a chance to play in Vegas next month should take a look at the Steps program. Each step consists of a ten-handed Sit n Go in which the top two players win “WSOP Step Points”. The winner of Step 1 receives 10 “WSOP Step Points”, which is enough to pay for the buy-in into Step 2; and the winner of Step 2 wins 100 “WSOP Step Points” which is enough to buy directly into the Stairway to Vegas Final.

Each Step can be bought-into directly. The buy-in for Step 1 costs just $1.00, while the buy-in for Step 2 is $10.00. We expect a lot of action in the Step games over the next couple of days as players try to turn $1.00 into a million dollar prize at the WSOP Millionaire Maker, so players using this route to qualify for the Stairway to Vegas final should not be sitting around too long waiting for a game to get underway.

First Deposit and Reload Freerolls also take Place This Weekend

If you are thinking of funding or reloading your Full Flush Poker account to play in the Stairway to Heaven Final, there is a good reason to deal deposit today and qualify for the $1,000 first deposit and reload freerolls that take place on Saturday. Both tournaments get underway at 8:00pm (ET) and pay cash prizes to the top 10 places.

At the time of writing, just eighteen players are registered for the first depositor freeroll and twenty-two players for the reload freeroll – so there is an excellent chance that most players entering these two events will add a little extra to their bankrolls this weekend. Finish in the top three places, and you will have won enough money to enter the Stairway to Vegas Final with change left over!

Full Flush Poker Bonuses for May

The FFP bonuses for May remain unchanged from last month. New players receive a 150% match bonus on deposits of up to $1,000 (deposit $1,000, play with $1,500), while there is a 100% match bonus on reload deposits up to $1,500. Extra cash-back bonuses are available depending on the value and method of your deposit.

The site is also just about to start a new POP rake race competition (from 16th – 31st May) which has $5,000 up for grabs for the top POP Point earners in five different tiers. Players of all bankrolls have a chance of cashing in this promotion, so even if you don´t like playing in poker tournaments, there is still a good reason to get playing at Full Flush Poker this weekend.

See you in Vegas!

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