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"RaiseMyNutss" Wins First Full Tilt Poker WSOP Freeroll

"RaiseMyNutss" Wins First Full Tilt Poker WSOP Freeroll 0001

Brian de Bruijn aka "RaiseMyNutss" became the second member of Team PokerNews WSOP when he won the first of eight $12,000 Team PokerNews WSOP Freerolls at Full Tilt Poker.

Brian battled for four hours and beat out 254 other players to claim the $12,000 Team PokerNews package, and will travel to Las Vegas in July to play at the world's largest and oldest poker tournament – the World Series of Poker Main Event. Not only did he win entry to the $10,000 No Limit Holdem Championship, but Brian also picked up $2,000 in cold hard cash for travel and accommodation – not bad for a few hours work!

If you don't have an account at Full Tilt Poker, then you still have seven more chances to win a free $12,000 WSOP package. All of our Team PokerNews WSOP freerolls are exclusively for PokerNews players, so there are a few small things you have to do to be able to enter.

First you'll need to download Full Tilt Poker through our special PokerNews links and register a new account. Once you've signed up, you'll need to earn 300 Full Tilt Points in a specific time period for each WSOP freeroll you want to play – make sure you check out our Freerolls Page to find out the exact dates. Once you have fulfilled all the requirements, you will be automatically entered into the tournament 24-48 hours after the cutoff.

Our next $12,000 WSOP Freeroll at Full Tilt Poker is on March 24 at 20:00 EST, and you have until March 18 23:59 EST to fulfil all the necessary requirements. If you already have a Full Tilt Poker account and you signed up through PokerNews, you can enter all our Team PokerNews WSOP freerolls at Full Tilt Poker as long as you earn the necessary points.

We are adding new Team PokerNews Freerolls all the time so make sure you bookmark our Freerolls Page and find out how you could go to the WSOP for free!

Ed Note: Don't want to wait until the WSOP to play with the pros? You can find Phil Ivey, Chris Ferguson, Gus Hansen and many more stars at Full Tilt Poker.

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