PokerNews and Titan Poker Give Away Three $12,500 Aussie Millions Packages

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PokerNews (http://www.pokernews.com/freeroll-tournaments/) and Titan Poker (http://www.pokernews.com/titan-poker/) have joined forces to give players exclusive access to three $12,500 Aussie Millions Packages.

PokerNews (http://www.pokernews.com/freeroll-tournaments/) is proud to announce $37,500 worth of Aussie Millions Packages up for grabs on Titan Poker (http://www.pokernews.com/titan-poker/) running exclusively to PokerNews players.

The Southern Hemisphere's most prestigious poker event returns to the shores of Melbourne this January 2009 and will welcome the industry's biggest players. The 2009 Aussie Millions will this time feature a AUD$2 Million guaranteed first prize in their anticipated $10,500 Main Event, sitting alongside 17 other great events. PokerNews and Titan Poker are giving you three opportunities to win your way there.

$25,000 Aussie Millions Freeroll - 18:30 GMT, November 21
Qualification ends November 19, 23:59 GMT
The top two winners receive a $12,500 Aussie Millions Package* each

$12,500 Aussie Millions Freeroll - 18:30 GMT, December 12
Qualification ends December 10, 23:59 GMT
The first place finisher will receive a $12,500 Aussie Millions Package*

Interested participants should download and sign up to Titan Poker via PokerNews, make a minimum deposit and earn only one Titan Poker Point to use to buy-in to the tournament. Existing Titan Poker account holders are invited to join in, provided the account was originally obtained via PokerNews. All entry requirements must be fulfilled before the end of qualification.

*Each $12,500 Aussie Millions Package will offer entry to the $10,500 Main Event, nine night's accommodation at the host venue hotel, cash for travel, access to the Team PokerNews Welcome Dinner, and heaps of great merchandise.

About PokerNews Ltd
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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