Great rates for AUPT World Championship end soon

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Time is running out to lock in deeply discounted all-inclusive hotel rates for the Ante Up Poker Tour World Championship (July 28-Aug. 3) in the Dominican Republic.

The Hard Rock Punta Cana has a limited number of rooms left at the special rate of $275 a night. That rate, which will be offered through May 28 or until Ante Up’s block of rooms is sold out, is good for two people in a luxury suite and includes all meals and alcohol and most activities. Guests also can enjoy a $750 resort credit, good for spa treatments, golf club greens fees and more.

To get the discounted rate, players must book through a dedicated link at anteupmagazine.com/worldchampi onship.

The Ante Up Poker Tour World Championship features 14 tournaments, ranging from $115 to the $1,100 main event, the winner of which will be featured on the cover of the September issue of Ante Up Magazine and win a personalized Ante Up Poker Tour champion’s jacket and a bracelet from Pro Poker Gear. More information can be found at anteupmagazine.com/worldchampi onship.

Players also can win their way to paradise at these casinos:

DOVER DOWNS HOTEL & CASINO: Satellites with $130 buy-ins will be at the Delaware casino May 19 and June 23. Winner of each gets seven nights all-inclusive accommodations for two, $750 resort credit, one main-event entry and $2,000.

SARASOTA KENNEL CLUB: A $220 buy-in satellite will be at this Florida cardroom June 1, with $100 rebuys through the first four levels. One package of seven nights all-inclusive accommodations for two, $750 resort credit and one main-event entry will be awarded for every $3,000 in the prize pool, with four packages guaranteed.

CYPRESS BAYOU HOTEL & CASINO: Satellites with $125 buy-ins will be at this Louisiana casino May 11 and May 25. Winner of each earns seven nights all-inclusive accommodations for two, $750 resort credit, one main-event entry and $2,000 for airfare. On June 15, there will be a freeroll (for the same package) for the 90 players who have logged the most cash-game hours (80 hours min.) between Jan. 1 and June 14.