Poker News and Full Tilt Poker Announce $25,000 in Aussie Millions Freerolls

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Poker News (http://www.pokernews.com/freeroll-tournaments/) and Full Tilt Poker (http://www.pokernews.com/full-tilt-poker/) announce the launch of two massive $12,500 Freerolls to the 2009 Aussie Millions in January.

Poker News (http://www.pokernews.com/freeroll-tournaments/) and Full Tilt Poker (http://www.pokernews.com/full-tilt-poker/) have joined forces to give Poker News players exclusive access to $25,000 worth of freerolls to the 2009 Aussie Millions.

Each package is worth $12,500 and will include entry to the $10,500 Main Event, luxurious accommodation at Crown Promenade Hotel, cash for travel and player merchandise.

The 2009 Aussie Millions will take place at the Southern Hemisphere's premiere entertainment complex, Crown Casino Melbourne from January 9-26 and among other things, will feature a guaranteed AUD$2 Million first prize.

To try and win your way there, Poker News players have two exciting freerolls to compete in:

December 14, 14:35 EST - Qualification from November 28 (00:00 EST) to December 11 (23:59 EST)
December 28, 14:35 EST - Qualification from December 12 (00:00 EST) to December 25 (23:59 EST)

Interested participants must download Full Tilt Poker through Poker News, sign up for a new account, make a minimum deposit and earn 225 Full Tilt Poker Points within each qualification period listed above. Following that, players must head to the tournament lobby and click on the registration link to complete registration.

Players with existing Full Tilt Poker accounts are welcome to compete provided the account was opened through Poker News.

For full details, visit the Poker News Freerolls page.

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PokerNews Ltd incorporates PokerNews.com 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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