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Win Big in Our Next PokerStars Freeroll on Sept. 10

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

If you are looking for some good value without any risk, look no further than our next $2,500 PokerNews Depositors Freeroll at PokerStars on Sept. 10 at 3:05 p.m. ET.

You might think it will be difficult to qualify for this freeroll with a $2,500 prize pool. However, the fact of the matter is that it couldn't be any easier to get involved. You are already eligible if you have previously signed up for PokerStars through PokerNews and made your first deposit in 2016 or 2017.

The other path to get into this tournament is for players that have not yet signed up for PokerStars. If this describes you, now is the perfect opportunity to snag yourself an account since not only will you be eligible for this freeroll and others, but you will also receive a great welcome package.

Simply follow the instructions below to get your hands on a freeroll ticket and a welcome package that includes a huge 100 percent deposit bonus up to $600 on your first three deposits.

Free money isn't the only reason why this tournament is special. The field size should be small since the tournament is only available to PokerNews players, making the chances to cash in even better.

The tournament also boasts a terrific structure with players beginning with 3,000 chips and blinds increasing every 10 minutes.

Don't miss out on your chance at some free loot. Download PokerStars through PokerNews and make a deposit for your chance at big money in our next freeroll on Sunday, Sept. 10.

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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