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Bounty Brawl freerolls

In the PokerNews Bounty Brawl freerolls you don't have to make it into the money to finish with cash in your pocket. Interested in finding out how this can be the case? Keep reading to discover how this is possible.

The PokerNews Bounty Brawl will see three PokerNews-exclusive tournaments take place, each boasting a prize pool of $1,500. These three tournaments play out like any other you may have played before except they have one major difference.

Players who participate in the Bounty Brawl freerolls will do so with a $5 bounty on their heads. Be responsible for an opponent's elimination from the tournament and you will win their $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.

Now that you know you can win money without having to actually cash in the tournament, we bet you are itching to get involved. Thankfully, the qualification process is simple and the entry requirements are minimal. To participate in the PokerNews Bounty Brawl freerolls all you need to do is

  • Download poker via PokerNews
  • Create your free 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 1FPP per 0.25 in rake.

Tournament schedule and qualification details

TournamentDateTime(GMT)Prize PoolQualification Period
PokerNews Bounty Brawl #1May. 419:00$1,500April 4. 00:01 GMT — May 1. 23:39
PokerNews Bounty Brawl #2June 119:00$1,500May 4. 00:01 GMT — May 29. 23:59
PokerNews Bounty Brawl #3June 2919:00$1,500June 1. 00:01 GMT — June 26. 23:59

In each of these exciting freerolls, players start with a generous stack of 3,000 chips and have 15-minute blind levels starting at just 10/20, meaning there will be plenty of opportunities to play poker.

In addition to the PokerNews-exclusive Bounty Brawl freerolls, PokerNews customers can also enjoy a 100% match bonus of up to €1,000 when they make their first deposits. Make sure you use the bonus code "P1000" and will match your first deposit up to a maximum of €1,000. You will then have 60 days in which to clear the bonus.

Although no deposit is required to compete in the PokerNews Bounty Brawl tournaments, we suggest making one of at least €50 so you can enjoy some of the other fantastic tournaments on the site. Every month, runs a €50 buy-in tournament that has €50,000 guaranteed and often pays out more than €11,000 to the eventual champion. Remember, you can only claim the sign-up bonus once, so make sure when you make your first deposit you deposit enough to take full advantage of the current sign-up offer.

See the site for the full terms and conditions of the bonus.

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