Here’s How to Play in up to Three $1,000 Full Tilt Freerolls
Hands up if you would like a 100 percent up to $1,200 welcome bonus. Keep those hands in the air if you’d like to play in three freerolls each with a $1,000 prize pool. If you still have those hands pointing towards the sky and you don’t already have a Full Tilt account, keep on reading.
Full Tilt has joined forces with PokerNews to give our readers the opportunity to play in three $1,000 freerolls. These freerolls are only open to new Full Tilt players who have created their accounts via PokerNews links, which means the total number of entrants in each freeroll should be far fewer than in a similarly sized freeroll of this magnitude.
If you sign up for a new Full Tilt account during July — you need to hurry! Once signed up, you'll gain access to all three $1,000 freerolls. Those of you who create a new Full Tilt account in August will be able to play in two of the $1,000 freerolls, and if you leave it until September you will be eligible for the third and final $1,000 freeroll.
Each of the freerolls are no-limit hold’em freezeouts that are played on nine-handed tables and are capped at 3,000 players. The blinds increase every 10 minutes, which gives you the chance to play your way to one of the cash prizes; they say that the cream always rises to the top!
The freerolls take place at the following dates and times so keep your diaries free of tasks and chores:
- Sunday 30 July at 1:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. CET
- Sunday 27 August at 1:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. CET
- Sunday 1 October at 1:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. CET
When you come to download Full Tilt via PokerNews, make sure you use the bonus code “TILT1200” when making your first deposit because this entitles you to a 100 percent bonus up to $1,200. In fact, your first three deposits within 60 days of creating your account are eligible to be matched 100 percent, but the total bonus awarded will not exceed $1,200.
How many $1,000 freerolls will you get to play at Full Tilt? Your destiny is in your own hands.
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