Most of you would have been following the fantastic coverage our fabulous live reporting team have been providing and are probably wishing you could be there to witness the most incredible poker event of the year. Wish no more as PokerNews still have two more WSOP* Packages up our sleeves:
Full Tilt Poker have a $12,500 Team PokerNews Freeroll coming up on Monday June 16 at 15:00 EST/16:00 EDT. Interested players should download Full Tilt Poker via PokerNews, open a new account, make a minimum deposit and earn 300 Full Tilt Poker Points (qualification closes on Sunday June 15). Qualified players must confirm registration by clicking on the registration link in the tournament lobby.
Just a reminder that qualification for the Saturday June 14, 19:05 EST/20:05 EDT Duplicate Poker $12,500 Team PokerNews Freeroll closes very soon. Make sure you get your 100 points and ensure your qualification for this fine tournament.
Also, Poker770 are running some big promotions this month including a massive $10,000 Guaranteed Tournament on Sunday June 15 at 13:00 Poker770 Server Time (GMT +3). To enter, download Poker 770 through PokerNews, register a new account, make a minimum deposit and buy-in for only $1.10! Use password 10KOK4ME when entering the tournament. In addition, keep a look out for their exclusive $2,770 Monthly Freerolls - the next one coming up on Thursday, July 24.
As always, we like to keep most of our promotions exclusive because we love to reward our loyal players. So even if you already have an existing account with the above online poker rooms, swing by and have a go, but only if you originally signed up through PokerNews and have completed all other conditions of entry. Visit our Freerolls page to find out how you can be in the running to take home some superb prizes!
P.S. – Bodog Poker have an awesome promotion coming up for US players – stay tuned to PokerNews.com for more information as the story unfolds.
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