Still Time to Qualify for the Winner Poker Super $10k Next Week!

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The third huge Winner Poker Super $10k Freeroll of the current series takes place on September 16 at 19:35 GMT and there is still time to qualify. The freeroll has a $10,000 prize pool and can be found in the scheduled tab of the Winner poker lobby called PokerNews Super $10k.

Qualification is easy, all you need to do is download Winner Poker through our links, register a new account and earn 100 Winner Points by September 14 at 23:59 GMT, to use as buy-in. Existing PokerNews referred Winner Poker accounts are also eligible providing they meet the points criteria.

Currently Only 260 Players Registered
Currently Only 260 Players Registered

100 Winner Points is roughly $6 in rake paid, so very achievable in a short space of time. Whats more, the cap on this event is 1000 players, so for your $6 of rake you get the equivalent of at least a $10 buy-in, however its probably more likely to be closer to a $20 buy-in.

That’s because so far the numbers have been relatively low for a freeroll of this type. The Super $10k in June 2010 had just 442 players with the top 51 making the money. The July 2010 Super $10k had even less with 433 players and 50 making the money.The most recent Super 10K in August had just 458 players with the top 50 getting paid.

So far the pay out structure for the Super $10k has looked like this:

1 $2,500.00
2 $1,500.00
3 $800.00
4 $600.00
5 $500.00
6 $400.00
7 $300.00
8 $250.00
9 $200.00
10 $150.00
11-21 $100.00
22-31 $75.00
32-41 $60.00
42-51 $45.00

Not too shabby for a freeroll with a $6 rake target.

But it doesn’t end there, we still have a further $19,000 in freerolls with Winner Poker in the current series check out the Winner Poker Freeroll schedule to see what else they have on offer!

Add to that a 100% up to $500 First Deposit Bonus when you first sign up, a superb loyalty scheme GUKPT Brighton qualifiers, Irish Winter Festival Qualifiers and weekly SNG challenges - You might see just why they call them Winner Poker.

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