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Win Big in the PokerNews $2,500 Depositors Freeroll on May 7

PokerStars $2.5K Freeroll
  • If you want to play in a $2,500 freeroll, you have to read this article.

If you like freerolls that award a ton of money without having to navigate through a huge field to get your hands on some of it, look no further than our next PokerNews $2,500 Depositors Freeroll on Sunday, May 7 at 3:05 p.m. ET at PokerStars.

Thanks to the special relationship PokerNews enjoys with PokerStars, we are able to offer this amazing freeroll to our players once a month for the entire year.

Getting involved in these freerolls couldn't be any easier. If you already signed up to PokerStars through PokerNews and made your first deposit in 2016 or 2017, you are automatically eligible. Just simply find the tournament and get ready to play for free money this Sunday.

If you do not already have an account at PokerStars, simply follow the instructions below. Not only will you receive a ticket for this freeroll, but you will be eligible for many others throughout the year. Additionally, you will be awarded a huge 100 percent deposit bonus up to $600 on your first three deposits!

The freeroll features a great structure that players enjoy in many other tournaments available at PokerStars. Players begin with 3,000 chips with blinds increasing every 10 minutes.

Additionally, the tournament allows for late registration for the first 20 minutes of play or until 3:25 p.m. ET.

Don't let this opportunity for free money pass you by. Download PokerStars through our links today to get started on your path to big money in our next freeroll on Sunday, May 7.

Be sure to complete your PokerNews experience by checking out an overview of our mobile and tablet apps here. Stay on top of the poker world from your phone with our mobile iOS and Android app, or fire up our iPad app on your tablet. You can also update your own chip counts from poker tournaments around the world with MyStack on both Android and iOS.

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