Play Our $3,000 PokerStars Freeroll on Sunday Apr. 22
It seems like only five minutes ago that there was a PokerNews-exclusive $3,000 freeroll held at PokerStars, but they do say that time flies when you’re having fun. If you missed out on the previous freeroll, you have another chance to get your hands on some cash on Apr. 22 when the next freerolls runs.
These PokerNews-exclusive freerolls are not to be missed because they give you the opportunity to play for a share of $3,000 in cash for free. The freerolls are restricted to a select group of players which means that the number of entrants is far fewer than what you would usually see in a freeroll of this magnitude.
The PokerNews Bi-weekly $3,000 freerolls have their entry restricted to players who created their PokerStars accounts via PokerNews’ links and who made their first deposit during 2016, 2017, or 2018. If this applies to you, you can head to the PokerStars lobby and register for the next freeroll which takes place this Sunday at 09:05 p.m. CET on April 22.
If you don’t yet have a PokerStars account, you can follow these simple steps below and you’ll be ready to play for a share of $3,000 cash in next to no time at all.
- 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
You will play on nine-handed tables and sit down with 3,000 chips once the freeroll begins. The blinds increase every 10 minutes giving you plenty of time to showcase your poker skills instead of the usual all-in or fold structures that you sometimes see in freerolls.
As an added bonus for signing up to PokerStars via PokerNews, if you’re eligible for the $3,000 freeroll on Apr. 22, you can play in all future freerolls in this promotion! PokerStars is running a $3,000 freeroll every alternate week until 2018 draws to a close so there will be tens of thousands of dollars up for grabs!
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