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Hurry for the Final $7500 Freeroll from Poker770

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Register for a Poker770 account via PokerNews. Deposit $20 and earn 20 points to play in the $7,500 freeroll on March 19 at 20:00 GMT.

Time is running out to qualify for the final $7,500 Monster Pot Freeroll in the current series from Poker770. The tournament takes place on March 19 at 20:00 GMT. Players will start with 3,500 chips and will have 15-minute blinds. Although it is a freeroll, there are also optional $3 rebuys, which could boost the prize pools considerably.

How to Qualify


Existing PokerNews referred Poker770 players are also eligible, providing they have deposited a minimum $20 lifetime and met the points target.

Twenty points is incredibly low for a freeroll series of this size. This works out to roughly $1.50 in rake per tournament, so you could qualify in a few orbits of a cash table or just one SNG. The fields for our Poker770 freerolls have been historically small, between 300 and 400 players, which means you won’t be playing until the early hours, and the final table prizes will be big.

Don’t miss out on this freeroll. The qualifying criteria are about as low as you could expect considering the prize pool. This is the last in the current series from Poker770, but it won’t be the last, so make sure you sign up to Poker770 via PokerNews to be eligible for this and all future promotions. Until then, you can also make the most of a 100% up to $600 first-deposit bonus when you use bonus code PKRNEWSEN.

If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.

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