Claim Your Free Seat To the PokerAce $5,000 Freeroll Today
PokerAce is one of the newer online poker sites available today, but that has not stopped the Asian online poker room from offering PokerNews customers some terrific value. PokerNews players are invited to play in a $5,000 freeroll on Dec. 30 that has no rake requirements!
Set your alarm clocks nice and early because at 0500 ET (1000 GMT) on Dec. 30, you could be playing in a freeroll that has a prize pool of $5,000. PokerAce is giving PokerNews customers the chance to compete in this freeroll for no financial outlay whatsoever. All that is required to take your seat is creating a PokerAce account via PokerNews before 1200 ET on Dec. 28. It really is as simple as that.
Players who previously signed up to PokerAce via PokerNews are also eligible for this superb offer.
In addition to being eligible to participate in the $5,000 PokerAce freeroll, new customers can also help themselves to a massive first deposit bonus worth up to $2,500. Simply make your first deposit onto PokerAce and they will match your deposit 200 percent up to a maximum of $2,500. Add this to the amazing $5,000 freeroll offer and there is no better time to sign up to PokerAce.
PokerAce is one of the very few online poker sites where you can play 13-card Chinese Poker, which we are sure will delight a large number of PokerNews readers. In addition to Chinese Poker, PokerAce offers a number of satellite tournaments to the Asian Poker Tour (APT), Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT), the Manilla Millions, and more.
When you are competing on PokerAce, there is every chance that you will get to battle it out at the virtual felt with some of poker’s most-respected players. PokerAce have begun assembling a roster of pros to represent the site including 2005 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event champion Joe Hachem, the highly talented JC Tran, former WPT Bay 101 Champion Nam Le and 2012 WSOP October Niner Steve Gee.
Do not delay anymore, sign up for a PokerAce account today and win your share of $5,000 in the PokerNews-exclusive $5,000 PokerAce Freeroll.