Saturday, 29 May 2010
PokerStars' Summer Festival of Free Poker promotion comes to a conclusion tomorrow with the big £100,000 freeroll.
If you haven't bagged your seat yet then there is still time to do so. The first of two feerolls takes place at 7.15pm tonight with 250 seats up for grabs. A further 500 seats will be given away in a turbo freeroll starting at 9.30pm.The massive Grand Final takes place this Sunday at 8.15pm UK time with a whopping £100,000 in prize money to be given away. The winner is expected to freeroll his or her way to $10,000.To have a chance of winning some of the cash on offer open an account at PokerStars.Note, this promotion is only open to UK players.
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