Aussie Millions Freerolls at Chan Poker

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PokerNews and Chan Poker are excited to present two exclusive $12,500 Aussie Millions Freerolls. The Aussie Millions is the biggest tournament held in the Southern Hemisphere. Crown Casino in Melbourne will host next years event from January 5-20, with the AUD$10,500 Main Event starting on the 14th of January. The Main Event has a massive guaranteed AUD$1 Million to the winner!

The first freeroll begins Saturday October 27 at 15:00 EDT. You still have plenty of time to qualify. All you need to do is download Chan Poker through our UK PokerNews link, register a new account and make a deposit. You then need to earn 100 Player Points before Tuesday the 23rd of October. If you qualify for the freeroll you will receive a ticket that you can use for registration.

The second freeroll is also for a $12,500 package and is being held on Saturday December 15 at 14:00 EST at Chan Poker through. The entry requirements are the same as the first freeroll, but the 100 Player Points need to be earnt between the 24th of October and 11th of December. You will again receive a ticket to use for registration if you qualify.

Both freeroll winners will receive a $12,500 package that gives them entry into the Aussie Millions Main Event. On top of that you will receive nine nights accommodation at the Crown Promenade Hotel and $2,000 cash for travel and expenses. That is everything you need for the trip of a lifetime downunder. But we are going the extra mile and providing all UK PokerNews winners with exclusive merchandise and an invite to the Team PokerNews welcome party!

All existing players at Chan Poker that signed up through PokerNews are encouraged to take part and win a dream poker holiday. You will need to earn the 100 Player Points to compete.

Ed note: Sign up to Chan Poker and take advantage of these two fantastic offers! When you sign up you will also be eligible for a huge first deposit bonus of 100% up to $1000.

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