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$20 for Free to Play on the Poker Room of Your Choice!

  • Jason  GlatzerJason Glatzer
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Would you call us crazy if we told you that you can play for free on just about any poker room of your choice? Most people would. However, we are about to tell you how you can do so compliments of our good friends at Skrill.

Skrill is the e-wallet of choice for most poker players for many good reasons, including ease-of-use, top-notch security, a free prepaid Mastercard and VIP rewards.

However, maybe the best reason to start using Skrill right now is to get your hands on some free money! Skrill is so absolutely convinced you will love them, they want to give you $20 on the house just for signing up for a free account through PokerNews.

Four Simple Steps to a Free $20!

Getting your hands on $20 for free is very easy. Just follow the steps below and watch your online bankroll by $20.

  • Create a free Skrill account through PokerNews.
  • Deposit funds to your new Skrill account or go to a poker room directly and choose Skrill to make your deposit.
  • Make a minimum of a $20 deposit onto your Skrill-approved online poker room of choice.
  • Wait for Skrill to add $20 to your Skrill account, usually within one business day.

With low fees, state-of-the-art security a superb VIP scheme, and best of all a free $20, it is easy to see why PokerNews recommends Skrill as the #1 e-wallet to deposit and withdraw money instantly, safely and conveniently. What are you waiting for? There really is no reason why you shouldn't help yourself to a free $20 right now!

Sign up to Skrill through PokerNews today!

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