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$30,000 in Exclusive WSOP Freerolls from Full Tilt Poker

30k in WSOP Freerolls!

Beginning today, May 3, Full Tilt players that have registered through PokerNews have an exciting opportunity to win a seat to the 2010 World Series of Poker!* There's not just one, but two WSOP packages being awarded — one on June 5 and one on June 6.

How to Qualify

  • Sign up for a Full Tilt Poker account through PokerNews and make a deposit. Existing PokerNews players are also eligible for this freeroll series.
  • Then, all you have to do is earn 500 Full Tilt Poker points from May 3 through June 4.

When is it?

Your first chance at a dream WSOP package is June 5 at 15:25 EST. If you can't make that one, you can register for the freeroll on June 6 at 15:25 EST. Earning the points doesn't automatically register you. You must click the registration link in the lobby of the freeroll.

The Goods

If you make it out on top of one of the freerolls, you'll be receiving a $12,000 WSOP package. That includes a $10,000 buy-in and $2,000 cash for travel and accommodations. There will also be $3,000 added to the prizepool and awarded from second place onward as per Full Tilt's payout structure.

The package is non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash. If a player wins and cannot attend, for whatever reason, their package shall be awarded to the next eligible finisher without further compensation to first. All decisions made by management are final, see our tournament FAQ for further details

You don't want to miss this exciting opportunity! Sign up for a Full Tilt Poker account today and use to Bonus Code "PKRNEWS" and take advantage of our amazing deposit bonus and win your seat to the 2010 WSOP!

*World Series of Poker is a trademark of Harrah’s License Company, LLC ('Harrah’s'). Harrah’s does not sponsor or endorse, and is not associated or affiliated with PokerNews or its products, services, promotions or tournaments.

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