Play for a Share of $3,000 for Free on March 11th
PokerNews readers have another chance to win a share of $3,000 for free at PokerStars this weekend because the latest PokerNews Bi-weekly $3,000 Freeroll takes place at the world’s largest online poker site.
Entry to this freeroll is restricted, which means the field size is much smaller than you would expect from a freeroll with such a large prize pool. When the previous edition of this freeroll ran on Feb. 25, only 428 players participated and they were all outasted by Ukraine’s “nebesniyxyi” who banked a cool $562 for free.
PokerNews Bi-weekly $3,000 Freeroll Results (Feb. 25, 2018)
As mentioned, this exciting, value-packed freeroll is restricted. In order to be eligible to play for a share of $3,000 for free, you must have created your PokerStars account via PokerNews links, have used our marketing codes when creating your account and made your first deposit in 2016, 2017 or so far in 2018. If this describes you, you should find a ticket in your account that can be used to register for the next $3,000 freeroll at 8:05 p.m. GMT on Mar. 11.
You will also be eligible to play in all of the other $3,000 freerolls that run every alternate week.
Those of you without a PokerStars account still have time to create one so you can get involved in this superb PokerNews-exclusive promotion. Follow the simple steps below and you will be up and running in next to no time.
- Click here to open PokerStars in a new tab
- Sign up for a free account
- Enter the marketing code "PNEWS"
- Use the code "STARS600" at your first deposit
- Register for the event once your ticket is credited
It is not everyday that you get to play for a share of $3,000 for free, but thanks to PokerNews and PokerStars, you can play for a slice of a guaranteed $3,000 every other week.
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