Here’s How to Play the Pokerfest Live Main Event For Free
Pokerfest is partypoker’s poker festival that is traditionally played online, but this latest incarnation it is also has a live element to be held at the excellent Dusk Till Dawn poker room in Nottingham.
One of the highlights of the inaugural Pokerfest Live is the $500+$50 buy-in, $500,000 guaranteed Main Event that kicks off on September 3, 2015 and should feature more recreational players than similarly sized tournaments due to Dusk Till Dawn and partypoker’s focus on grassroots poker.
While the Pokerfest Live Main Event looks set to be great value on its own merit, if you’re a partypoker player from the United Kingdom who has signed up to the site via PokerNews then you could be set to see that value multiplied by an infinite amount because you could be playing for a share of at least $500,000 for nothing!
Partypoker is hosting two PokerNews-exclusive freerolls, one on August 21 and the other August 30, that each have one $550 seat to the Pokerfest Live Main Events as a prize pool. Win either of these freerolls and you’ll be heading to Nottingham to compete in this fantastic event.
The only requirements needed to be eligible for the freerolls are:
- Your address is in the United Kingdom
- You signed up to partypoker via PokerNews links and used our bonus codes when making your first deposit
- You have deposited at least $25 into your partypoker account since June 1, 2015
If you don’t already have a partypoker account and would like to have a shot at winning a Pokerfest Live Main Event seat for free, all you need to do is download partypoker via this link, use the bonus code PNCOM and make a deposit of at least $25 and you’ll be able to register for BOTH freerolls.
Remember, if this is your first deposit, partypoker will match your initial deposit 100% up to a maximum of £250 so make sure you deposit the maximum you can afford to take full advantage of this exclusive promotion.
Please note: at least three players must be registered in each freeroll otherwise it will not start