Although many of us are busy looking for the best Christmas presents to give to our loved ones, here at PokerNews we like to be one step ahead when we think about our players.
That's why, today, we are already here to offer you something that we are sure will help you to close the year in the best possible way: a PokerNews-exclusive freeroll worth $10,000 to be held at Full Tilt on Dec. 30, 2014!
How Do I Get Involved?
If you like free money – and we bet you do – here's what you should do to earn yourself a seat in the hottest freeroll in December.
If you already have a Full Tilt account through our site, simply play your games at the poker room and earn (at least) 150 FTPs by Dec. 25. This will be enough for you to get a ticket to the freeroll and play for the big bucks on December 30.
If you are asking how hard it is to get 150 FTPs, rest assured this can be done very easily. 150 FTPs are the equivalent less than $20 of rake – which means that you can qualify to the tournament by generating less than $1 per day in the month of December.
If you don’t have an at Full Tilt yet, your path to the PokerNews-exclusive freeroll is even easier. Simply download Full Tilt through PokerNews and make a deposit before Dec. 25, to reward yourself with a free ticket to play for a share of $10,000 on January 7! Yes - it's really that simple!
When and Where?
Once the tournament will become available in the Full Tilt lobby, you will be able to find it in the Private tab with the information listed below:
- Tournament Name:PokerNews $10k Freeroll
- Tournament ID: 282300507
- Date: December 25, 2014
- Time: 14:00 ET
So why let this free money go to someone else if it could be all yours? Download Full Tilt through our links today and get your seat to the $10,000 freeroll!
To get more details about this promotion or to see how to register to the PokerNews-exclusive freeroll scheduled for Dec. 30, have a look at this page.
If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.