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Gnuf Poker Presents a Sensational $12,000 Team PokerNews Freeroll

Gnuf Poker Presents a Sensational $12,000 Team PokerNews Freeroll 0001

Gnuf Poker and PokerNews continue to offer players great value by playing host to a $12,000 Team PokerNews Freeroll, to be held on Sunday June 3 at 13:00 EDT.

Each and every $12,000 Team PokerNews Freeroll prize package consists of entry to the 2007 World Series Main Event, valued at $10,000. On top of that, there's also a further $2000 cash for travel and accommodation. The World Series Main Event is the largest poker tournament in the world and draws players from all corners in the quest for poker glory. The 2007 World Series Main Event is set to be the biggest ever and through this $12,000 Team PokerNews Freeroll, players could be there for free.

There are a few things that players must do to be eligible for this Gnuf Poker $12,000 Team PokerNews Freeroll. Players must first download Gnuf Poker through the PokerNews links and register a new account. Secondly, players must earn just 100 Gnuf Poker Points before Thursday May 31 in order to qualify for this freeroll. Qualified players will be issued an entry ticket by June 2.

Good news for existing Gnuf Poker players who have signed up through PokerNews; you are all eligible for this freeroll, provided you meet all other qualifying requirements. So, hurry up and make sure you are eligible for this sensational Gnuf Poker $12,000 Team PokerNews Freeroll.

Ed Note: Gnuf Poker is also offering PokerNews players a special first deposit of 100% up to $500. Sign up today to take advantage of this great offer.

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