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  • Do you like free money? If so, you will love these three amazing promotions at

Online poker is legal and regulated in New Jersey. You do not need to be a resident of the Garden State, but merely be within the state's borders while playing.

Poker players around the east-coast choose to play on due to the great software, fantastic selection of games, tournaments with huge prize pool, and of course great promotions!

If you aren't already playing on this amazing site, we have great news for you. As in addition to the great promotions we are about to tell you about, if you sign-up to through PokerNews right now you can try out this amazing online poker room with a free $20 on the house in the form of $10 in cash and a $10 bonus!

From there, you can be rewarded even bigger with you first deposit matched 100 percent up to $1,000!

Three Great Promotions at

We mentioned that has some great promotions and here are just three of the ones currently running at the online poker room. New promotions are constantly running at the site, so be sure to always check them out to maximize your experience and grow your bankroll.

1) The Grind: If you love playing sit and go's, you will absolutely love The Grind promotion as the more you play the more free money you can grab. As you can see from the table below The Grind gives you easy access to up to $4,500 in free cash and tournament tickets each month just by earning iRewards Points (iRPs).

You can earn iRPS at a rate of two points to every dollar. They are not only very helpful in earning free loot when playing sit and go's in The Grind, but also gives you the chance to purchase many lucrative goodies in the iRewards Store.

Points RequiredReward
100 iRPS$1 Tournament Ticket
150 iRPS$2 Tournament Ticket
200 iRPS$2 Tournament Ticket
300 iRPS$5 Tournament Ticket
400 iRPS$5 Tournament Ticket
500 iRPS$5 Tournament Ticket
600 iRPS$5 Cash
750 iRPS$10 Cash
1,000 iRPS$15 Cash
1,500 iRPS$20 Cash
2,000 iRPS$40 Cash
3,000 iRPS$40 Cash
4,000 iRPS$50 Cash
5,000 iRPS$60 Cash
6,000 iRPS$70 Cash
7,000 iRPS$80 Cash
8,000 iRPS$90 Cash
9,000 iRPS$100 Cash
10,000 iRPS$150 Cash
20,000 iRPS$750 Cash
30,000 iRPS$1,000 Cash
50,000 iRPS$2,000 Cash

2) Sit & Go Leaderboard: If you like six-max sit and go's, not only can you take advantage in The Grind, but you can also take part in two different Sit & Go Leaderboards taking place from July 30 until Aug. 6.

Low stakes players will be able to grab a share of $500 just by climbing the leaderboard by cashing in six-max sit and go's. The top 20 players on the leaderboard will earn at least $5 in tournament money with the overall winner being awarded $100 in tournament money. Only $1, $2, and $5 buy-in sit and go's will count towards this leaderboard.

High stakes players have a bit more to play for with $1,500 on the line, but this makes since considering the buy-in that qualify for this leaderboard range from $10 to $500. If you finish in the top 20 spots on the leaderboard, you are guaranteed to win $20 in tournament money. If you play hard enough to win the leaderboard, you will be handsomely awarded $300 in tournament money!

3) July Tournament Leaderboard: is awarding the top 50 players on its July Tournament Leaderboard a share of $7,800 in cash, prizes, and tournament money.

The lowest prize you can win is $25 in tournament money, which isn't too bad. However, the top prizes are much more lucrative with first place walking away with a package valued at $1,074 which includes a $300 live tournament ticket, two online tickets with a combined value of $314, $200 in tournament money, and $250 in cold hard cash!

With so many great promotions running at, can you really afford not to play there? Sign-up to today and receive your free $20 without making a deposit and see how much you can make in these amazing promotions!

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