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Win a Share of $2,500 in Our Next PokerNews Freeroll on June 11

  • Jason GlatzerJason Glatzer
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  • If you want to play in a $2,500 freeroll, you have to read this article.

Freerolls can be a great way to boost your bankroll regardless of whether you are first starting out playing online poker or are a seasoned veteran.

The problem can be finding the right one to play as most of them attract thousands if not tens of thousands of players vying for very small prizes.

If this is a problem you have encountered, we have great news for you. On Sunday, June 11 at 3 p.m. PokerStars is hosting the next $2,500 PokerNews Depositors Freeroll.

What's great about this freeroll isn't the big $2,500 prize, but the fact you won't have to navigate through a huge field since this tournament is only open to players who have signed up to PokerStars through our marketing codes and have made their first deposit in 2016 or 2017.

If this describes you, go ahead and simply register for the tournament and play for a share of the tournament. You will also be eligible for our other monthly tournaments throughout the year.

Don't worry if you haven't yet met the qualifications as there is still time. Simply follow the instructions below and you will not only automatically be eligible for this tournament and others, you will also be awarded a huge 100 percent deposit bonus up to $600 on your first three deposits!

The freeroll features a fantastic structure similar to what many players enjoy in many other tournaments available at PokerStars. Players begin with 3,000 chips with blinds increasing every 10 minutes.

If you plan on being a little late, you can likely still play since the tournament allows for late registration for the first 20 minutes of play or until 3:25 p.m. ET.

Don't let this opportunity for free money pass you by. Download PokerStars through our links today to get started on your path to big money in our next freeroll on Sunday, June 9.

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