Sky Poker Adding a Second SPUKT Freeroll Exclusive to Pokernews Readers!

Sky Poker Adding a Second SPUKT Freeroll Exclusive to Pokernews Readers! 0001

There is still plenty of time to qualify for our Sky Poker UK Tour (SPUKT) Grand Final Freeroll where you can win a £220 seat to the SPUKT Grand Final at Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham on June 13th and 14th. The event has a £25,000 guaranteed prize pool, a generous 10,000 starting stack and you get to play alongside a host of Sky Poker stars including Norman Pace, Michelle Orpe, Matt Broughton and Tony 'Tikay' Kendall.

You can still qualify for our freeroll on the 4th of April, all you have to do is open click on our Sky Poker links, open a new real money account and earn a mere 250 Sky Poker Points by the 31st of March to be eligible for the freeroll.

But whether you make that or not, we are very pleased to announce that the good folks at Sky Poker have added a SECOND seat to the SPUKT Main Event. The freeroll for this will be held on the 8th of May and will be open to anyone who registers a new Sky Poker account via Pokernews and earns 250 Sky Poker Points between the 1st and 30th of April.

Whats more, both offers are open to anyone who has previously opened a Sky Poker account via UK Pokernews, as long as they meet the monthly 250 Sky Poker Points Requirements. That means that you can qualify for BOTH freerolls, giving you two free chances at a massive pay day at Dusk Till Dawn.

These SPUKT events are much more than just poker, they are like actually a lot like a stag or hen party. The atmosphere is very lively and friendly, there becomes a massive rail forming cheering all the players on and the banter with the Sky presenters is brilliant. What's more, the final is going to be televised live on Sky Poker so you can even make a name for yourself.

To find out more, go to our Freeroll section for all the details. If you have met the points requirement in each given month you will be emailed by Sky Poker ahead of the freeroll to inform you of your entry.

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