It only seems like five minutes since the end of the 2011 World Series of Poker, but it’s already time to get on the road to Vegas in 2012, as Racing Post Poker are giving you the chance to qualify for a 2012 WSOP Main Event package worth $15,500 – for as little as $1.10!

Last year, the World Series of Poker awarded over $190 million in prize money, with 58 open bracelet events and almost 100 different countries represented at the tables. Undoubtedly, the World Series of Poker is the place to be for any fan of the game and you could be a part of it in 2012, from as little as $1.10!

Every other Sunday at 20:05 (GMT), Racing Post Poker will be running the $500 + $25 “World Series of Poker 2012 Qualifier”, with a $15,500 WSOP 2012 Main Event package up for grabs that includes the following:

  • $10,000 buy in to the 2012 WSOP Main Event
  • $2,000 for travel (to be paid into the winner’s Racing Post Poker account)
  • $500 spending money (given in cash on arrival in Las Vegas)
  • Eight nights accommodation
  • Access to the special Players Lounge every day (which includes breakfast and all day drinks, as well as a pool table, television and computer games)

But if the $525 buy in is a little large for your bankroll, don’t worry – you can still get involved.

“WSOP Step 1″ qualifiers cost just $1.10 and are running every two hours at Racing Post Poker. Perform well, and you’ll advance to a “WSOP Step 2″ qualifier.

“WSOP Step 2″ qualifiers can be bought into directly for just $23 + $2 and take place on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 18:05 (GMT). Do well in these and you’ll win a seat in a “WSOP Step 3″ qualifier!

“WSOP Step 3″ qualifiers usually cost $105 + $10 to enter and will run on Tuesdays and Fridays at 20:05 GMT, plus a further event on Sundays at 18:05 GMT. Entry to the big $525 Sunday “World Series of Poker 2012 Qualifier” could be yours if you perform well enough in the Step 3 qualifiers!

Who knows – maybe you could be the next Chris Moneymaker, who famously won the 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event after qualifying for just $39 courtesy of PokerStars? Find out today at Racing Post Poker!