There is still time to qualify for Sunday’s PokerNews $20k Payday on William Hill Poker. This has to be one of the biggest private freerolls you will find anywhere in August and what you need to do in order to qualify is very low relative to the prize pool.
The tournament has a $20,000 prize pool which is distributed as per William Hill Poker’s standard payout structure. It takes place on September 19 at 16:35 GMT and is open to anyone who joins William Hill Poker via PokerNews and earns 100 WH Points (to use as ‘buy-in’ to the tournament) between August 22 at 00:00 GMT and September 19 at 16:34.
The tournament can be found in the William Hill Poker scheduled lobby named PokerNews $20k Payday.
Pay less than $3.50 in Rake
100 WH Points is not much time at the tables at all. We calculate it as being less than $3.50 in rake and you could earn that in about an hour at a $0.25/$0.50 table (Obviously less depending on how many tables you play) or four $10 SNGs.
The Last One Was Amazing Value
On Sunday August 22 we held the first $20,000 William Hill Payday freeroll. For just 100 WH Points you could have played in a $20,000 freeroll. Despite such awesome value the freeroll only received 284 players, which amounted to 30 places making the money for a minimum of $100 and the top prizes being $5400 to the winner, $3100 to 2nd and four figure pay days to next three players.
So for the 100 WH Points needed to register, the average buy-in had an equity of $80. Not bad considering 100 WH Points equates to less than $4 of rake.
For more information check out our William Hill Freeroll Page.
As always, you will be eligible for any future William Hill promotions exclusive to PokerNews too from here on in. Existing PokerNews referred William Hill Poker account holders are also welcome to play in this freeroll, providing they meet the qualification criteria.
If you are looking for even more reasons to join William Hill Poker then how about a 200% up to $600 first deposit bonus on top of one of the most generous VIP loyalty schemes on the iPoker network?
But right now turn your attention towards this weekends $20,000 freeroll that only requires you rake $3.50 up until the minute before it starts when you sign up to William Hill via PokerNews.