Saturday, 6 March 2010
The PokerStars UK and Ireland freeroll series draws to a conclusion this weekend but there are still a couple more opportunities to grab some cash.
The penultimate PokerStars £2,000 freeroll is scheduled for tonight at 9.30pm. Once again entry is free but players have the opportunity to rebuy for $0.50 if they bust out early. As usual there will be a follow up Second Chance freeroll starting at 10.30pm where £250 can be won. The final events take place on Sunday night. The £2,000 tournament once again kicks off at 9.30pm with the £250 Second Chance event starting at 10.30pm. The top 20% of the field make the money so it's a great opportunity if you're looking to build a bankroll from scratch or just looking to win some cash. You can find all the tournaments, which are exclusive to players from the UK and Ireland, in the PokerStars lobby. Click Tourney then Regional and Bob's your uncle.
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