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Win a Share of $1,000 this Friday in the PokerNews Freeroll at DuckPoker!

Win a Share of $1,000 this Friday in the PokerNews Freeroll at DuckPoker! 0001

Free money coming your way this Friday!

You heard right; our friends at DuckPoker are giving away $1,000 in tournament dollars in a PokerNews-exclusive freerollon July 25 at 8:00 p.m. GMT!

How do I get my hands on some free loot?

DuckPoker is making it very easy for our readers to get their hands on a share of $1,000 for free. If you do not already have an account, just download DuckPoker through our links and make a deposit to get ready to compete against other PokerNews players for a piece of the pie.

Not only can you start padding your bankroll at this great poker room, if you act right now, you can also get your hands on a free $25 in tournament bucks! Not bad for just trying out a new poker room, is it?

I already have an account — Can I get in on the action?

If you already have an account at DuckPoker you are automatically eligible to play in this freeroll, provided that you created your account through PokerNews and have made at least one deposit.

If you have been enjoying all the great free games at DuckPoker, but haven't yet made a deposit, now is the perfect time considering how great this freeroll will be.

Not only is this freeroll giving away $1,000, but it should be much easier than other freerolls you have played in the past considering that this tournament is ONLY available to our players.

Hurry-up! Just a few days left!

Free money doesn't grow on trees — or float in the water in this case at DuckPoker. There is only a few days left until this freeroll kicks off on July 25, so hurry and sign-up to DuckPoker through PokerNews today to get started on your path to free money!

The prize pool is paid out in tournament dollars

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