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Absolute Poker's $1,215 Cash Freerolls Still Running!

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The $1,215 PokerNews freerolls will continue throughout November until the end of 2009 awarding $1,000 in cash and a $215 ticket to Absolute Poker's Sunday $200k Guaranteed Tourney!

There are two ways to qualify:

New players - Sign up to Absolute Poker via PokerNews account and make a minimum deposit.

Existing PokerNews Absolute Poker players - Earn 75 raked hands within each qualification window.

The last man standing will get the opportunity to play in a guaranteed $200k tournament on Absolute Poker thanks to a ticket valued at $215. Additionally, $1,000 cash will be distributed as per Absolute Poker's standard payout structure.

The last three freerolls for the year will run on November 25, December 9 and 23.

Head to the Absolute Poker lobby and look under the Tourneys and Special tab for PokerNews $1215 Freeroll.

PokerNews Exclusive Tourneys at Absolute Poker
PokerNews Exclusive Tourneys at Absolute Poker

To find out more today, visit PokerNews Absolute Poker Freerolls.

Absolute Poker offers PokerNews players a crazy 100% up to $1,200 first deposit bonus. Don't forget, this identical promotion is also running on alternate weeks at UltimateBet.

NEW PROMO - SHORT TIME ONLY: New players only - Sign up to Absolute Poker & deposit anytime between November 15-December 10 & receive FIVE tickets for entry to FIVE freerolls valued at $1,500 EACH - that's $7,500 CASH in total up for grabs! Freerolls run December 11-15. Eligible players will receive an email with further details.

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