PokerNews and Full Tilt Poker Host $30,000 in PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls

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Full Tilt Poker ( offer exclusive opportunities for PokerNews players to win their way to the coveted 2008 PokerNews Cup Australia ( in the form of $30,000 worth of PokerNews Cup Freerolls.

PokerNews and Full Tilt Poker come together to host $30,000 in PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls giving players around the world a chance at this world class tournament.

PokerNews' flagship series returns to the shores of Melbourne, Australia at the coveted Crown Casino this October 12-20 and will feature eight exciting events for players of all skills and levels. In between their time at the tables, players will get to indulge in Melbourne's multiculturalism and take in all this fine city has to offer.

Full Tilt Poker are offering a fantastic opportunity for players to win their way to this event in the form of six $5,000 PokerNews Cup Australia Freerolls. Each $5,000 PokerNews Cup Australia Package will feature buy-in to the Main Event ($2,200), six nights accommodation at the lavish Crown Promenade Hotel, $1,500 cash for travel, an invite to party with the rest of Team PokerNews and a very special PokerNews Player Merchandise Pack.

All six freerolls will begin at 19:30 EST/20:30 EDT on the following days:

  • Friday July 25 (Earn 100 Full Tilt Poker Points between July 11-24, EST)
  • Friday August 8 (Earn 100 Full Tilt Poker Points between July 25-August 7, EST)
  • Friday August 22 (Earn 100 Full Tilt Poker Points between August 8-21, EST)
  • Friday September 5 (Earn 100 Full Tilt Poker Points between August 22-September 4, EST)

The final freeroll will feature two package giveaways awarding the top two finishers with a $5,000 PokerNews Cup Australia Package each. This freeroll will run on Friday September 19. Players must earn 150 Full Tilt Poker Points between September 5-18 (EST) to qualify.

Interested participants should download Full Tilt Poker through PokerNews, register a new account and make a minimum deposit. Earn the required points within the specified qualification periods to complete qualification. Qualified players to register by clicking on the link in the tournament lobby. Existing Full Tilt Poker account holders are allowed to compete so long as they originally signed up through PokerNews and have met all other entry requirements.

PokerNews is looking forward to welcoming you at this coveted event, so head over to Full Tilt Poker via PokerNews today for a chance at this highly anticipated event!

About PokerNews Ltd:
PokerNews Ltd incorporates which is considered to be the independent online poker authority, having been picked by Forbes as "Best of Web" for the Poker category. PokerNews features daily news, reviews of the major poker rooms, special bonuses and freerolls, and is available in over 30 different languages. PokerNews has recently branched out into tournament reporting and was named as the exclusive live update and chip count provider for the 2007 & 2008 World Series of Poker, as well as being the official media partner of the Aussie Millions.


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