Win Your Share of $1,000 in the PokerNews Freeroll at DuckPoker!

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Quack, quack, quack! Waddle, waddle, waddle!

If you understand the value of soft players, low rake, and a great player-reward system, then DuckPoker is definitely the right poker room for you. Since they are one of the newest poker rooms in the business, they have some of the fishiest players as well as some fantastic promotions to get new players to come check out their site.

In addition, it's almost time to swim with the ducks and fishes at DuckPoker for your share of a free $1,000 in the PokerNews-exclusive freeroll on June 27 at 20:00 GMT.

This freeroll will give you a great chance to win some free loot to add to your growing bankroll since the player pool should be low due to not many people knowing about this amazing site yet and it being exclusive to just PokerNews players.

How eEsy Is It to Get Involved?

If you have already opened a DuckPoker account through us here at PokerNews, the only thing you need to know in order to participate is how to log into your account and register for the freeroll.

If you do not already have a DuckPoker account, it isn't much more difficult to get involved. Just download DuckPoker through our links, make the minimum deposit, and you will be immediately eligible to play in this great value-added event.

As a perk for signing up and making a deposit, DuckPoker will also give you $25 in free tournament dollars, which you can use for risk-free play in their other easy-to-win tournaments.

So mark June 27 on your calendar if you like the idea of a great chance at free money. Until then, have fun quacking along at DuckPoker and play in their numerous around-the-clock freerolls and other great games. Check out DuckPoker today!

Click here for full terms and conditions of the PokerNews-exclusive DuckPoker freeroll promotion.

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