The Camelot Quests promotions at Everest Poker concludes April 2, but if you hurry, you will be able to play in the final €1,000 freeroll.
Everest Poker created the Camelot Quests promotion for both cash game and Twister (jackpot sit & go) players and revolves around completing simple missions to earn tickets to daily and weekly freerolls. All but one of the daily freerolls have run but there is still €1,000 to play for.
The last remaining daily freeroll, which runs at 7:00 p.m. BST on April 2, can earn you a seat to it by accomplishing both cash game tasks or both Twister tasks, which are:
- Cash Mission: Be dealt a pocket pair and win with three of a kind or better
- Twister Mission: Play three Twisters and win two Twisters with a buy-in of at least €5
These missions must be opted into via your Everest account on April 2 and completed on the same day. If you succeed in your challenge, you’ll receive a ticket to the €1,000 Camelot Quest tournament where those finishing in the money places win a share of €1,000.
One of the great features of the €1,000 Camelot Quest freerolls is they are played as an ‘All-In Shootout,’ which means the blinds are set to a level where everyone is all in every hand. This means as long as you have registered for the tournament, you don’t have to actually play it. Instead, cross your fingers for good luck and hope that you manage to flip your way to a cash prize.
If you already have an Everest Poker account, opt into the relevant mission on April 2 and see if you can earn a ticket to the €1,000 Camelot Quest freeroll. Those of you without an Everest Poker account can download Everest Poker via PokerNews and when you make your first deposit, you’ll receive a 100 percent up to €1,500 first deposit bonus plus a free €10 worth of cash game and tournament tickets.
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