Claim as Many Scalps As Possible in the bet-at-home.com Bounty Brawl Freerolls
How many times have you played in an online poker tournament in which you have eliminated several players but still failed to reach the money? It has happened to us more than we care to admit, and it frustrates us no end.
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The PokerNews bet-at-home.com Bounty Brawl will see three PokerNews-exclusive tournaments take place, each boasting a prize pool of $1,500. Each of the three tournaments plays out exactly the same as any other you may have played before — except for one major difference.
When players participate in the bet-at-home.com Bounty Brawl freerolls, each does so with a $5 bounty on his or her head. Be responsible for an opponent's elimination from the tournament and you will win his or her $5 bounty; knock out one player and $5 is yours; bust out four and you will capture $20. There is no limit on how many bounties you can win in a single tournament, so ramp up the aggression and reap the rewards of this popular format. Just remember that you also have a bounty on your head, and your opponents will be going all out to claim it.
To participate in the PokerNews bet-at-home.com Bounty Brawl freerolls all you need to do is
- Download bet-at-home.com poker via PokerNews
- Create your free bet-at-home.com account
- Generate just 50 Frequent Player Points (FPP) during the qualification period
- Take your seat in the respective freeroll
- Attack your opponents relentlessly in an attempt to eliminate them
- Make some profit
FPPs are earned at a rate of 1 FPP per 0.25 in rake.
Tournament schedule and qualification details
|Tournament||Date||Time(GMT)||Prize Pool||Qualification Period|
|PokerNews Bounty Brawl #1||May. 4||19:00||$1,500||April 4. 00:01 GMT — May 1. 23:59|
|PokerNews Bounty Brawl #2||June 1||19:00||$1,500||May 4. 00:01 GMT — May 29. 23:59|
|PokerNews Bounty Brawl #3||June 29||19:00||$1,500||June 1. 00:01 GMT — June 26. 23:59|
As you can see from the table above, the first of our exclusive Bounty Brawl freerolls takes place on May 4, but the qualification period ends at 23:59 GMT on May 1, giving you just under two weeks to generate 50 frequent player points. The first Bounty Brawl tournament takes place at 19:00 GMT on May 4, so you don't have long to wait if you are itching to test this exciting bounty format.
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