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Jumpstart your Bankroll with Everest Poker's January Rewards Giveaway

Jumpstart your Bankroll with Everest Poker's January Rewards Giveaway 0001

If you are looking for ways to jumpstart your bankroll this year, look no further than Everest Poker. Their exciting January Rewards Giveaway promotion features two tournaments each and every day each with a €150 prize pool.

The best part of these tournaments is that they only cost 4 reward points to enter. This means you are not putting your cash on the line and have an easy path at some free money!

The tournaments run at 18:00 GMT & 20:00 GMT from January 1 through January 31, and can be found in the Everest Poker lobby under the name €150 Rewards Daily.

Everest Poker wants to give you a chance at even more money just by playing less than 1 of these tournaments a day. To add to the excitement of the January Rewards Giveaway, if you play in 25 or more of the 62 available tournaments you will automatically receive a token for a €2k freeroll to be held on February 16. The token will automatically appear in your account on February 14.

If you do not already have an account at Everest Poker, now is a great opportunity to do so since signing up Everest Poker via PokerNews, will allow you access to a 200% bonus on your deposit up to $2,000, €8 in free tokens, two tokens to the site-wide weekly Depositors Freeroll, and 20 reward points. This represents one of the most lucrative sign-up bonuses available via PokerNews!

Also, if you sign-up to Everest Poker via PokerNews before February 14, 2014, you will be able to play in 1 of the 2 remaining $1,000 PokerNews-exclusive freerolls! Since the PokerNews-exclusive Everest Poker freerolls will only be available to new PokerNews customers, we expect it to be very easy to win a share of $1,000. Read more about the PokerNews-exclusive Everest Poker Freerolls.

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