The First of Three $2,000 partypoker Freerolls Runs on Apr. 7
PokerNews readers are invited to play in not one, not two, but three $2,000 freerolls at partypoker over the next three months, with the first of this value-packed trio of tournaments running on Apr. 7.
Not only will you be able to play for a share of $2,000 for nothing, and also be able to do so in May and June, the freerolls have even more value because only partypoker players who created their accounts via PokerNews’ links and who have made their first deposit using our bonus codes are eligible to play. This means that the number of entrants will be far fewer than you would expect from a similarly sized freeroll, which in turn gives you a better chance of winning some money.
Each of the three freerolls are played as no-limit hold’em on nine-handed tables, see players sit down with 3,000 chips and play to a blind structure that increases every 15 minutes.
If you already have a partypoker account that you created via PokerNews and have already made your first deposit, head to the “Restricted” tab in the partypoker tournament lobby and you will be able to register for the next available tournament once registration opens.
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Those of you without a partypoker account can download partypoker via PokerNews, then use the bonus code “PNCOM” when making your first deposit to be eligible for a 100 percent match up to $500 bonus on your initial deposit.
Also, make sure you opt into partypoker’s cashback loyalty programme (you only have to do this once) because you will receive between 20 and 40 percent cashback on your real money play every Monday once you have earned at least 25 points* in a calendar week.
*Points are earned at a rate of 1 per $1 in cash game rake or tournament fees
The quicker you sign up for a partypoker account, the more $2,000 freerolls you can play in, with up to $6,000 is waiting to be won. How much will you get your hands on?
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