Help Yourself to Free Money Every Day on Duck Poker!

Help Yourself to Free Money Every Day on Duck Poker! 0001

Are you looking for ways to improve your game and win some free money at the same time? Look no further than DuckPoker where you can win some spending money for FREE in their 5 freerolls spread out throughout the day.

Why Pay for Entertainment, When Entertainment can Pay You?

DuckPoker's freerolls are not going to make you rich, but they are entertaining and a good way to earn a few bucks without risking any of your own money.

Most of the freeroll tournaments have prize pools of $10 or $25. Since the prize pools are not gigantic, most of the sharks will stay away from these tournaments giving you a good chance to win some free money.

If you haven't already gotten the idea, you really do have a great chance at winning one of the daily freerolls. Besides the lack of sharks, the fields have been very small.

In fact these daily tournaments have only been getting 40 to 150 players which is much smaller than typical freerolls elsewhere. In other words, you really do have great odds at bragging to your friends about the tournament you won on Duck Poker while making your wallet a little heavier at the same time.

Weekends are even more special at Duck Poker. On both Saturday and Sunday you can compete in a weekly freeroll with a bigger $50 prize pool.

If you play well enough to win one of these tournaments, you can have a few drinks for free at your favourite pub compliments of Duck Poker.

We recommend that you sign up to DuckPoker through PokerNews Canada since, when you are ready to make your first deposit there, you will be automatically eligible for a 100% first depositors bonus up to $600 as well as a $5 preferred processor bonus.

So don't take our word for it. Check out DuckPoker today and see what fun and free money you have been missing out on.

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