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Still Time to Qualify for the Winner Poker Super $10k Next Week!

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The third huge Winner Poker Super $10k Freeroll of the current series takes place on September 16 at 19:35 GMT and there is still time to qualify. The freeroll has a $10,000 prize pool and can be found in the scheduled tab of the Winner poker lobby called PokerNews Super $10k.

Qualification is easy, all you need to do is download Winner Poker through our links, register a new account and earn 100 Winner Points by September 14 at 23:59GMT, to use as buy-in. Existing PokerNews referred Winner Poker accounts are also eligible providing they meet the points criteria.

Currently Only 260 Players Registered
Currently Only 260 Players Registered

100 Winner Points is roughly $6 in rake paid, so very achievable in a short space of time. Whats more, the cap on this event is 1000 players, so for your $6 of rake you get the equivalent of at least a $10 buy-in, however its probably more likely to be closer to a $20 buy-in.

That’s because so far the numbers have been relatively low for a freeroll of this type. The Super $10k in June 2010 had just 442 players with the top 51 making the money. The July 2010 Super $10k had even less with 433 players and 50 making the money.

So far the pay out structure for the Super $10k has looked like this:

1 $2,500.00
2 $1,500.00
3 $800.00
4 $600.00
5 $500.00
6 $400.00
7 $300.00
8 $250.00
9 $200.00
10 $150.00
11-21 $100.00
22-31 $75.00
32-41 $60.00
42-51 $45.00

Not too shabby for a freeroll with a $6 rake target.

But it doesn’t end there, we still have a further $19,000 in freerolls with Winner Poker in the current series check out the Winner Poker Freeroll schedule to see what else they have on offer!

Add to that a 100% up to $500 First Deposit Bonus when you first sign up, a superb loyalty scheme GUKPT Brighton qualifiers, Irish Winter Festival Qualifiers and weekly SNG challenges - You might see just why they call them Winner Poker.

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