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$30,000 in PokerStars Sunday Millions Freerolls - Exclusive to PokerNews

Sunday Million

Download PokerStars and earn 75 VPPs to play in our amazing value $15,000 Sunday Million Freerolls.

PokerNews and PokerStars are delighted to announce the return of our $15,000 Sunday Million Freeroll series. In 2010 Club PokerNews players were over the moon with these monthly exclusive freerolls and we have already arranged three more for 2011.

$15,000 Sunday Million Freerolls

March 13 14:35 EST
April 10 14:35 EST

The Payout
1st: $1,000
2nd: $750
3rd: $600
4th: $450
5th - 50th: $215 Sunday Million Ticket
51th - 260th: $11 Sunday 1/4 Million Ticket

All you need to do to play in this series is download PokerStars via PokerNews, register a new account using our marketing code POKERNEWS.COM and earning 75 VPPs in the month before the freeroll. Existing PokerNews referred PokerStars account holders are also welcome to play, providing they achieve the VPP target.

75 VPPs works out to being less than $13 in rake paid in total, which is about 250 hands for a $1/$2 Limit Player, less than 400 hands for a $0.25/$0.50 no limit player or 13 $11 SNGs.

Exclusive $2,000 Added Tournaments for US & Canada Players

It gets even better if you are based in the United States or Canada, because alongside these freerolls we will be hosting exclusive $2,000 Added Tournaments. For just a $2.20 buy-in and 35 VPPs per tournament you can play in an exclusive freezeout which will feature 10 x $215 Steps Tickets added to the prize pool.

So download PokerStars today and get in on these exclusive Club PokerNews promotions.

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