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888poker Invited Players to Jump Into $300K in Winter Games Freerolls

GIBRALTAR, February 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Leading online poker room, 888poker has announced a massive freeroll campaign, starting February 9, 2014, which will coincide with the 2014 Winter Games. Players are invited to "Jump into $300K in freerolls" during a four-week event, which includes $10,000 daily freerolls and $90,000 in Final Freerolls.

During the 'Poker Winter Games' all new players receive a free ticket to a $10,000 daily freeroll - no deposit needed. This is on top of 888poker's customary $88 FREE bonus that new players get just for registering, also no deposited needed. Furthermore, another five free tickets will be awarded once newly registered players make their first deposit.

Every day that players play two or more of the games below in Real Money  Mode during the campaign, they'll get another $10,000 daily ticket:

  • Ski in Snap games - Play over 30 hands in cash games or 1 tournament with a minimum $1 buy-in.
  • Slalom on mobile app- Play over 30 hands in cash games or 1 tournament with a minimum $1 buy-in on the Android or iOS 888poker app.
  • Snow jump into cash games- Play over 30 hands in Texas Hold'em.
  • Skate in Omaha Games- Play over 30 hands in cash games or 1 tournament with a minimum $1 buy-in.
  • Freestyle in Casino Games - Place over 30 bets in any casino games.

The more $10,000 daily freeroll tickets that players win, the closer they get to qualifying for the Final Freerolls. Players that win three daily freerolls will get a ticket to the $20,000 Bronze Hero Final Freeroll. Players that win five daily freerolls will get a ticket to the $30,000 Silver Defender Final Freeroll and players that win eight daily freerolls will get a ticket to the $40,000 Gold Champion Final Freeroll. Players can win tickets to all three of the Final Freerolls.

The complimentary $10,000 daily freeroll ticket for new players is available for a limited time until Feb 26, 2014.

About 888poker:

888poker.com is the fastest growing online poker brand in the industry, hosting thousands of poker enthusiasts the world over at any given time. Holding second position in global online poker liquidity, according to pokerscout.com, 888poker has over 5 million registered members and continues to offer the best consumer experience. Named Best Poker Operator of the Year 2013 by EGR, 888poker is synonymous with quality entertainment and a secure gaming experience. Customers play on state-of-the-art software with 3D, PokerCam and Teams features. As part of the 888poker experience, players also enjoy an 888poker Rewards Program, 888poker Online Shop and access to My.888poker.com Community.

For more details go to: http://www.888poker.com

Web: http://www.888poker.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/888PokerOfficial

Social: my.888poker.com

Twitter: @888poker

YouTube: 888behindthescenes

Players can continue winning free tickets to the $10,000 daily freerolls and qualify for the $20,000 Bronze, $30,000 Silver and $40,000 Gold Final Freerolls.


SOURCE 888poker.com

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