Team PokerNews is giving away over $250,000 in WSOP 2007 freerolls, and our first $12,000 Team PokerNews WSOP freeroll is this weekend at Titan Poker.
This freeroll will take place on Sunday 25th February at 13:00 EST at Titan Poker. The lucky winner will receive an amazing $12,000 Team PokerNews WSOP package, which includes entry to the 2007 WSOP Main Event – the world's largest poker tournament, with a prizepool estimated to be in excess of $50,000,000 dollars. The winner will also $2,000 in cash for travel and accommodation, and also exclusive benefits such as Team PokerNews clothing and merchandise, plus invites to Team functions.
It's not too late to qualify for this tournament – and PokerNews and Titan Poker have made entry into this freeroll even more simple. First you need to download Titan Poker through our PokerNews links and register a new account. After that you have to earn just one Titan Point – yes, just one solitary point – to be able to 'buyin' to the tournament. If you signed up to Titan Poker through PokerNews in the past – don't worry, you'll be able to enter as you as you have enough points to buyin with.
If you haven't registered for this tournament, you have up until Sunday 25th February 00:00EST to fulfil all requirements – download Titan Poker through PokerNews, register a new account, and earn one Titan Point. Once you've done that you will be able to register for the freeroll.
Remember if you are eligible for our PokerNews freeroll at Titan Poker, you can also enter our $15,000 EPT Monte Carlo freeroll on March 4th 13:00 EST, and also our $2,000 Monthly Freerolls. Also, if your first deposit is $50 or more, you will receive $50 FREE in your account!
We recently sent almost thirty players to the Aussie Millions in Melbourne, Australia, and Team PokerNews member Chris Stocks was one of the lucky winners who had a blast, "PokerNews made my first journey into Championship Poker one that I will always remember. From the moment I arrived in Melbourne, the team at PokerNews bent over backwards to make me feel welcome. Every step of the way was first class, from the PokerNews player kit waiting in the hotel room on arrival, to the views of Melbourne from the hotel room, to the "no expenses spared" player welcome dinner, right through to the floor support during the Aussie Millions Main Event. They made an aspiring amateur like me feel like a pro. Thanks PokerNews – hopefully I have the pleasure of joining you again for the WSOP!"
You could have the chance to be like Chris and join Team PokerNews at the 2007 WSOP – keep your eyes on our special Freerolls page which has a schedule, plus everything you need to know about qualifying for our Team PokerNews freerolls. Good luck – and we hope to see you in Vegas in July!