Win 1 of 50 Tickets to WCOOP Events in Our Special Giveaway Freeroll!
The 2013 World Championship Of Online Poker (WCOOP) began at PokerStars on Sunday and it is already surpassing the poker community’s lofty expectations. By the time the final event is completed, PokerStars players will have won at least $40,000,000 from the 2013 WCOOP and you could part of that welcomed statistic by winning one of 50 free WCOOP tickets in our special giveaway freeroll.
Taking place on Sept. 12, the PokerNews WCOOP Giveaway will see the top 50 finishers win a ticket to a WCOOP event. The top 25 players each win a ticket to Event #22, the $215 No Limit Hold’em $1,250,000 guaranteed tournament on Sept. 15, while the 26th through 50th-place finishers each win a ticket to Event #19, the $109 No Limit Hold’em $750,000 Guaranteed on Sept. 14.
All you need to do in order to take part in our special freeroll is head over to PokerStars on Sept. 12 at 14:00ET (19:00GMT), find the PokerNews WCOOP Giveaway tournament and register. The tournament is password protected and the password will appear here 24 hours before the freeroll is due to run.
- Date: Sept. 12
- Time: 14:00ET
- Tournament ID: #786 801 260
- Name: PokerNews WCOOP Giveaway
The PokerNews WCOOP Giveaway password is: pnwcoopfun
Going deep in either of the WCOOP events we have tickets for could be a life changing experience because the prizes on offer are humongous; the winner of each of these events will walk away with a first place prize that is six-figures. What would you do with such a massive sum of money that you would have won for free?
If you do not have a PokerStars account and would like to get involved in our special freeroll fear not because PokerNews can help you. Download PokerStars via PokerNews, when creating your account enter the marketing code "POKERNEWS.COM" and when you come to make your first deposit use the bonus code "STARS600". Doing so will entitle you to a 100% match up to $600 first deposit bonus and grant you access to all future promotions that PokerNews and PokerStars hold together.