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For First Depositors Only: Play In The $100,000 Sunday Challenge For Free!

Sunday Challenge 888poker
  • Want to play for a share of $100,000 for free at 888poker? Here's how to make that happen.

888poker, the world’s second-largest online poker site, give you the opportunity to freeroll your way to a share of $100,000 and play in their $100,000 GTD. Sunday Challenge for free.

The event, which is set to begin at 20:25 (GMT) on Sunday, Oct. 25, is one of the room’s top tournaments, as it features a premium $100,000 guaranteed prize pool and it comes with a reasonable $90 buy-in.

This week, however, you have the opportunity to get your seat for free, as long as you a) open an account at 888poker through PokerNews, and b) you make one deposit.

How Does It Work?

If you want to play for a share of $100,000 for free - simply open an account at 888poker through this link and make a deposit before the end of Wednesday (23:59 GMT), Oct. 21.

By doing so, you will receive:

  • A free $88 bonus before you make the deposit
  • A 100% match bonus of up to $888 after your make the deposit
  • A ticket to play in the First Depositors’ Challenge running on Friday, Oct. 23, at 19:00 (GMT)

Join the event on Friday, show how good you are at the table, and if you manage to finish in any of the top 10 positions, you get the opportunity to play in the $100,000 GTD. Sunday Challenge on Oct. 25 - for free!


  1. Click here to download 888poker
  2. Install the software and open it
  3. Open a free account
  4. Make one deposit

Remember, this is a time-limited offer. To secure the full bonus package and a ticket to the First Depositors’ Challenge, you need to open an account at 888poker through the links you find on this page and make a deposit before 23:59 GMT of Wednesday, Oct. 21. No bonus code required.

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