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This Freeroll Is What Sets Full Tilt Apart From The Competition

  • Giovanni AngioniGiovanni Angioni
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Since the beginning of the 2015 World Series of Poker, all the major poker sites have tried to come up with new promotions and to capture new players.

PokerStars has a $2,500 GTD. freeroll running on July 10, Bet365 has just launched the so-called 'Hourly Cash Missions,' and 888poker recently came out with a promo named 'Fish and Chips' that promises to help you build a healthy bankroll in (almost) no time.

Then, there's Skrill. The poker-friendly online payment processor formerly known as Moneybookers launched an impressive number of promotions including:

But wait, there's more! If you like easy money and freerolls, have a look at this great event planned by Full Tilt - as you don't often get the chance to play for a $5,000 at no cost!

Full Tilt Launches a $5,000 Freeroll For PokerNews Players

Poker players are rational individuals. Fool them once, they may try to give you a second chance; fool them twice - and they will never want to have anything to do with you. But give them the money they need to play the games they like - and they will love you.

With this in mind, Full Tilt decided to join the battlefield and launch a new, great initiative: a PokerNews exclusive $5,000 GTD. freeroll.

If you are tired to receive offers that ask you to play an insane amount of events in order to get 'the unique opportunity' to win a ticket to a live event or a ridiculous sum of money - you are going to love this.

When is it? The PokerNews-exclusive freeroll kicks off at 14:00 EST (19:00 GMT / 20:00 CET) on Jul.10, 2015. Once you have your ticket, just head to the private tab in the tournament lobby and search for the tournament with the information listed below to register:

  • Tournament Name:PokerNews $5k Freeroll
  • Tournament ID#: 289988892
  • Date: July 10, 2015
  • Time: 14:00 ET (19:00 GMT / 20:00 CET)

How to qualify?

For Existing Players: If you previously signed up to Full Tilt through our links, you simply need to earn 200 FTPS by June 30 to claim your ticket.

If you are not familiar with Full Tilt's FTPS, don't be alarmed by the amount of points needed - as it translates to less than $1 in rake per day, which is something that should be easy to do regardless of what stakes you typically play.

For New Players: If you do not have an account at Full Tilt yet (Really!?), you just need to follow the three steps below:

Remember: the $5,000 GTD. freeroll is open only to players who opened their account through PokerNews, and this means that field will be much smaller and easier to get through than the normal freeroll fields at Full Tilt.

If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.

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