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PokerNews Cup Update – Over Thirty $5000 Poker Holidays Remaining!

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The city of Melbourne is set to host the 2007 PokerNews Cup Australia and PokerNews is making sure all our players have the chance to play in Australia for free. Each and every $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freeroll package includes entry to the 2007 PokerNews Cup Australia Main Event (valued at AUD$3000), six nights accommodation at the Crown Promenade Hotel and $1500 cash for travel and expenses.

Sign up to these fantastic online poker rooms and qualify now for each of their $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls.

Sunday August 26 at 08:00 EDT – Pacific Poker

Qualifications have closed for this freeroll; however players can still qualify for the next Pacific Poker $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freeroll, to be held on Sunday September 9 at 08:00 EDT. To qualify, players must download Pacific Poker through PokerNews and register a new account. After making a deposit, players must earn 100 Pacific Poker Points before September 5 in order to qualify. Eligible players will need to register for the tournament once it appears in the tournament lobby.

Sunday August 26 at 16:00 EDT – Duplicate Poker

After players download Duplicate Poker through PokerNews, register a new account and make a deposit, they will receive automatic entry to all remaining $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls hosted by Duplicate Poker. Players must ensure all entry requirements are met 24 hours prior to the commencement of this freeroll.

Monday August 27 at 20:00 EDT – Absolute Poker

Download Absolute Poker through our PokerNews links, register a new account and make a deposit. Players must then complete 100 raked hands before Sunday August 25 (inclusive) in order to be eligible. Eligible players will be automatically entered into the freeroll 24 hours before the tournament starts.

Tuesday August 28 at 20:00 EDT – UltimateBet

After downloading UltimateBet through PokerNews and registering a new account, players must make a deposit and compete in 100 raked hands before Sunday August 26 in order to qualify. Eligible players will be entered into the freeroll 24 hours before the tournament starts.

Wednesday August 29 at 16:00 EDT – Gnuf Poker

In order to be eligible, players must download Gnuf Poker through PokerNews. After registering a new account and making a deposit, players must earn 100 Gnuf Poker Points before Tuesday August 28. Qualified players will then need to register for the freeroll, which opens 23 hours before the tournament (Tuesday August 28 at 17:00 EDT).

Friday August 31 at 16:00 EDT – PartyPoker

Download PartyPoker through the PokerNews links, register a new account, make a deposit and participate in 100 raked hands before Sunday August 26. Qualified players will need to register for the tournament once it appears in the lobby.

Wednesday September 05 at 16:00 EDT – PokerStars

After downloading PokerStars through PokerNews and registering a new account, players must make a deposit and earn 250 Frequent Player Points before Friday August 31 in order to qualify for this tournament.

All existing players who have signed up to these online poker rooms through PokerNews are also eligible to participate in each of these freerolls, provided all other entry requirements are satisfied. Check our PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls page for more details.

The PokerNews Cup Australia is set to become a major tournament on the poker schedule. Make sure you're a part of the first ever PokerNews Cup, qualify now and compete in all our $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls!

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