The most recognisable brand in live poker has made its eagerly awaited transition to the online felt, as the World Series of Poker have their own online room – WSOP.com Poker! We expect big things from this poker room, especially when the 2011 World Series of Poker rolls around as it will surely be the place to go to win seats to bracelet events.
We had to get in on the action, which is why PokerNews – the home of WSOP live updates – is hosting three exclusive $1,000 Freerolls with WSOP.com Poker. The next one is November 30, with a $1,000 prize pool distributed as per WSOP.com Poker’s standard payout structure.
To qualify, new players need to download WSOP.com Poker via our links, register a new account and earn 10 poker points in the qualifying period. If you want to play in future freerolls or have already signed up via PokerNews, then all you need to do is play 250 raked hands in the qualification period.
10 Points is incredibly low and you can easily accumulate in under an hour at the cash tables. If you are an existing member you can earn those 250 raked hands quickly and at little cost by multi tabling micro stakes cash games – you can easily get 250 raked hands in the bag in less than an hour if you play 3 or 4 tables.
The main reason to play in this series is because they are almost certainly going to have a very low turnout, because not only is this exclusive to PokerNews it is in fact, exclusive to UK PokerNews – so it’s probably only United Kingdom players you will be up against.
There are lots of other reasons to stick around at WSOP.com Poker, including a 100% up to $500 Sign Up Bonus, qualifiers to the Aussie Millions, further $1k and $3.5k first deposit freerolls and the all new ‘Final Table Simulator SNGs’.
But the real reason to stick around at WSOP.com Poker is because they are going to be the site to watch next year for World Series of Poker qualifiers. Last month alone they had an outstanding £10,000 freeroll to the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event and they will only get better next year.
But until then, concentrate on this generous series of three $1,000 freerolls which we will remind you, almost certainly will have a low turnout! It could be a real hidden gem of a freeroll, but you can only get there when you sign up to WSOP.com Poker via PokerNews.