Claim Your Share of $10,000 at Victor Chandler
The Victor Chandler MaxStack promotion is a fun initiative from PokerNews which will allow our players two chances to take down a share of $10,000.
This unique promotion will see two $5,000 freerolls take place early in 2012 as a total of $10,000 is awarded thanks to Victor Chandler. The event is exclusive to PokerNews players and could be one of the most valuable promotions we run all year.
The first freeroll will take place on Jan. 29 and the qualification period will be Jan. 1 to Jan. 26, while the second freeroll will take place on Feb. 26 with a qualification period spanning Jan. 30 to Feb. 23.
Both of the freerolls will be played in a unique format which will see players challenging for a special ticket where the starting stacks are determined by how many VIP Points are earned during the respective qualification period for each freeroll.
Players will need to qualify separately for each freeroll and their stack in each freeroll will be totally dependent on how many VIP Points they earned during each specific qualification period. The best part about this promotion is that you can give yourself the best chance of winning the tournament by starting the freerolls with a huge chip stack
Each player will be awarded a starting stack of 1,000 chips for every 10 VIP Points earned. The minimum starting stack will be 1,000 while players could start the freerolls with a huge 30,000 in chips.
Players are encouraged to earn the maximum 300 VIP Points to start the tournament with a massive 30,000 in chips. This should be enough chips to weave your way through your opponents and pick up as much of the big prize pool as possible.
Remember that the event is exclusive to our players so if you don't already have an account, make sure you sign-up to Victor Chandler through PokerNews. Not only will this make you eligible to take part in the $10,000 MaxStack promotion but you will also be able to utilize a very generous 200% up to €1,000 welcome bonus.
Please note that Victor Chandler does not accept players from the following countries: USA, France, Israel, Canada, Norway, Russia, Turkey, Denmark and Spain.
A full breakdown of how the starting stacks are awarded and prize pool distribution can be found on the terms and conditions page.