Join our $10,000 freeroll on September 29, get $20 free!

    • MJPerry
      MJPerry
      Bronze
      Joined: 03.10.2011 Posts: 4,908

      How can I play the freeroll?

      1. Make a deposit of at least $50 on your tracked Poker770 account between September 15, 00:01 GMT and September 28, 23:59 GMT. This does not have to be your first deposit.

      2. Generate 25 StrategyPoints ($5 rake) during the deposit period.

      3. Register to the freeroll from September 29 at 13:00 GMT.

      4. Play the freeroll on Sunday, September 29 at 17:00 GMT.


      I have deposited before, how do I get $20?

      If you've already got a Poker770 account and have deposited previously, then the new Cash Machine promotion is for you.

      If you deposit $50 or more from September 18 - 19, you'll receive an instant $20 cash bonus plus a token for the Mega $5,000 tournament on September 22.

      Existing players: get your free $20


      I have never deposited before, how do I get $20?

      If you make your first deposit of at least $20 using the code FREE20, you will receive an additional $20 for free. Your account must be tracked via PokerStrategy.com.

      Remember, you can still claim a 200% up to $2,000 deposit bonus; the bigger your deposit the bigger your bonus.

      New players: get your free $20


      Freeroll details

      Name: PokerStrategy.com - $10K depositors freeroll
      Freeroll starts: September 29 at 17:00 GMT
      Registration starts: September 29 at 13:00 GMT
      Prize pool: $10,000 cash
      Starting chips: 3,000
      Blind levels: 10 minutes
      Deposit period: September 15, 00:01 GMT - September 28, 23:59 GMT


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  • 7 replies
    • jestmidej
      jestmidej
      Bronze
      Joined: 09.03.2011 Posts: 84
      Hope this time it will be synchronize breaks with other tournaments at 0.55
    • Bricio
      Bricio
      Bronze
      Joined: 16.03.2007 Posts: 930
      If the interval is synchronized with the other tournaments will be interesting to participate
    • JimC6
      JimC6
      Bronze
      Joined: 01.04.2011 Posts: 458
      I aren't complaining because this is a brilliant offer and I really really appreciate the $20 and the $10k freeroll.


      But it always seems like these games fall on the same Sundays a big football match that I wanted to go to is on and I decide to stay home play the game and watch the match on TV giving 50% attention to both.

      Like I say though I cannot complain because these $10k Freerolls and the cash machines give such a brilliant opportunity to grow my bankroll and I'd be a lot worse off without them poker wise.


      This Sunday though I had nothing to do at all and was so bored I did some gardening!

      Poker > Trimming hedge
    • pokermaniak2
      pokermaniak2
      Bronze
      Joined: 25.03.2009 Posts: 34
      Nice tournament
    • Bricio
      Bricio
      Bronze
      Joined: 16.03.2007 Posts: 930
      this tournament will have late registration?
    • 7h3r1pp4
      7h3r1pp4
      Bronze
      Joined: 21.12.2008 Posts: 816
      I might be wrong but no ps.com freerolls have late reg from what I know.

      The registration starts 4 hours before the tournament and ends when it starts.
    • UPAY4DINNER
      UPAY4DINNER
      Silver
      Joined: 27.09.2009 Posts: 21,979
      Hey guys,

      As far as I'm aware the tournament should be up in the lobby now so all of your questions about late reg/sync breaks should be answerable there :)

      Apologies, I don't have the Poker770 software to hand myself.


      Regards,
      Gary.