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PokerStars NJ Introduces the $50K Summer Daily Challenge

  • A chance at free money for players in NJ in the PokerStars $50K Summer Daily Challenge promotion.

Since Black Friday changed the online poker landscape on April 15, 2011, especially in the United States, just Delaware, Nevada, and New Jersey have passed regulation legally allowing players to safely play online poker.

The regulated online poker market is the biggest in New Jersey, as the Garden State has the largest population of the three. Additionally, the entrance of PokerStars into the market earlier this year has made things even more exciting for players in the Garden State.

Since then, PokerStars NJ has become the poker site of choice for the players thanks to its high-quality software, wide variety of game selection, and fruitful promotions.

To make things even better for New Jersey players, PokerStars just launched the $50K Summer Daily Challenge promotion, which should prove popular to all players, both casual and serious. Every day from June 28 until July 17, players will have an opportunity to play in a free All-In Shootout by opting in and completing one of the following challenges:

  • Play any two Spin & Go or sit-n-go o tournaments with a real-money buy-in of $1 or more
  • Play any scheduled tournament with a real-money buy-in of $1 or more
  • Play 30 real-money ring-game hands (including Zoom) at stakes of $0.05/$0.10 or higher

Regardless of the limits players play, they should easily be able to earn a ticket. Players do not need to be logged in to play the tournament, just simply need to be registered in order to be able to win a free share of $1,000.

Players that complete eight or more daily challenges will have a chance to compete for even more money on July 17, when PokerStars NJ is hosting a generous $30K Summer Bonus Challenge Freeroll. Unlike the daily tournaments, this one requires players to put their skills to the test as it plays out like a normal tournament.

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