Qualify for the Poker770 National Circuit Today and Help Yourself to a Free $50
The second leg of the Poker770 National Circuit takes place at the Casino de Torrequebrada in Benalmadena, Malaga, from April 12 through 15, and not only could you win an exclusive package to it, but you could be doing so with a completely free $50 in your wallet!
The first stage of the Poker770 National Circuit (PNC) was held at the Casino Costa Brava and was a roaring success, and the Malaga leg promises to be even bigger and better. Players will start with a massive starting stack of 30,000 chips, will play to 60-minute levels, and be vying for a piece of the estimated €100,000 prize pool!
Qualify For The PNC Malaga Main Event!
Every Sunday at 22:00 CET, until April 8, there will be a qualifying satellite to the PNC Malaga Main Event where one seat will be awarded for every €850 in the prize pool. Each tournament will be played in a freezeout format and players will start with 3,000 chips. The schedule for the finals is:
|PNC 2012 Malaga — Final B||March 25||22:00||€85+€8|
|PNC 2012 Malaga — Final A||April 1||22:00||€110+€10|
|PNC 2012 Malaga — Final B||April 8||22:00||€85+€8|
If the €85+€8 or €110+€10 buy-ins are out of your bankroll constraints then fear not because Poker770 is running feeder satellites into these finals that start at just €3.30, so there is no excuse for not trying to bag yourself a PNC Malaga Main Event package worth €850.
Each €850 package consists of:
- €550 by-in for the Main Event
- Three nights hotel accommodation, including breakfast and lunch.
- Three dinners at the casino
Grab A $50 Bankroll Completely Free!
PokerNews and Poker770 have come together to bring you a fantastic deal where you are entitled to a free $50! That is correct, $50 — absolutely free!
To get the free $50 all you have to do is download Poker770 through PokerNews, enter the bonus code "news50en," and $25 will be released into your real money accounts. PokerNews aims to verify your account and release these funds within four working days, but the process will be slowed down if you do not provide accurate information when creating your Poker770 account.
Once the first $25 is in your Poker770 account you must earn at least one Poker770 point within the first 60 days otherwise you will forfeit the entire bonus amount. In order to release the second $25 bonus into your account you need to earn just 500 Poker770 points within 120 days, which is a relatively easy task even at the micro-stakes games.
If you want to withdraw the free $50 then you will need to either generate $50 in rake at the cash game tables or in tournament fees or you can make a deposit of at least $100 into your Poker770 account. You are free to withdraw any amount over the free $50 at any time.
This offer is open to players from Andorra, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Greece, Holland, Iceland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the U.K., but should you not want $50 free, then you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and request a generous first deposit bonus instead.
The following countries are also eligible for a free $50 bonus but the terms are slightly different than those stated above. Players from Argentina, Belarus, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, India, Japan, South Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Madagascar, Mexico, Montenegro, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Ukraine, Uruguay and Venezuela will receive an initial $10 and after 500 Poker770 points have been earned within 120 days a further $20 will be released into your accounts. Then once you have earned 500 more Poker770 points within another 120 days, the final $20 will be released.
All other conditions remain the same.
Only players from the countries listed above are eligible for this amazing promotion but if you have ever made a deposit or taken advantage of any free bankroll promotion in the past you will not be entitled to participate in this promotion.
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