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PokerNews Cup Update – The $5000 Freerolls Keep Coming!

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Our popular and successful $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freeroll promotion shifts up a gear, with the announcement of over ten new prize packages. There are now over forty $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia packages still to be given away. The PokerNews Cup Australia will take place in the city of Melbourne from October 21-29 and PokerNews players could be playing there for free. Each $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia package includes entry to the massive AUD$3000 Main Event, six nights accommodation at the Crown Promenade Hotel and a further $1500 cash for travel and expenses.

So get on board, sign up to these upcoming freerolls and you could be taking your seat at the 2007 PokerNews Cup Australia Main Event!

Sunday September 02 at 16:00 EDT – Duplicate Poker

Qualification is already over for this freeroll, but if you download Duplicate Poker through the PokerNews links, register a new account, and make any deposit, you will receive automatic entry to the all remaining Duplicate Poker PokerNews Cup freerolls.

Monday September 03 at 14:00 EDT – Everest Poker

To qualify, players must download Everest Poker through PokerNews and register a new account. Players must then make a deposit and enter the bonus code pnewscup6 which will automatically enter them into the freeroll. Players must ensure the tournament appears in the lobby before entering the bonus code.

Wednesday September 05 at 15:00 EDT – TonyGPoker

Players must first download TonyGPoker through PokerNews. Players must then register a new account, make a deposit and earn 200 TonyGPoker Points and use them to 'buy-in' to the freeroll before Tuesday September 4.

Wednesday September 05 at 16:00 EDT – PokerStars

Download PokerStars through the PokerNews links, register a new account, make a deposit and earn 250 Frequent Poker Points by Friday August 31 in order to qualify for this freeroll.

Players can also qualify for the next PokerNews Cup Australia Freeroll at PokerStars, to be held Wednesday September 19 at 15:00 EDT. The same entry requirements apply, however players must earn 300 Frequent Poker Points between September 1 and 14. The top two finishers in this freeroll will each receive a $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia prize package.

Thursday September 06 at 15:00 EDT – Titan Poker

Download Titan Poker through the PokerNews links register a new account and make a deposit. Players must then earn 1 Titan Poker Point to "buyin" to the tournament. All requirements must be satisfied before Wednesday September 5.

Friday September 07 at 21:00 EDT – Full Tilt Poker

Download Full Tilt Poker through PokerNews, register a new account and make a deposit. Players must then earn 300 Full Tilt Poker Points before Sunday September 2 in order to receive automatic qualification.

Sunday September 09 at 08:00 EDT – Pacific Poker

In order to be eligible, players must download Pacific Poker and register a new account. After making a deposit, players must collect 100 Pacific Poker Points before Wednesday September 5 in order to qualify. Once the tournament appears in the lobby, qualified players must register for the freeroll.

Monday September 10 at 20:00 EDT – UltimateBet

Players must download UltimateBet, register a new account and make a deposit. Players must then complete 100 raked hands between Monday September 3 and Saturday September 8 inclusive. Eligible players will receive automatic entry 24 hours before the freeroll starts.

Our PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls page has the details on these and all our upcoming $5000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls. Keep in mind that existing players that have signed up to each of these online poker rooms through PokerNews are also eligible to compete, as long as all other entry requirements are also fulfilled.

With over $200,000 worth of PokerNews Cup Australia packages to be given away, the odds are good that you could be joining Team PokerNews and competing in the 2007 PokerNews Cup Australia!

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