Kickstart Your Bankroll at PKR Poker!

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What if we told you that you could play poker on an amazing site full of recreational players? What if we told you that you would be getting free money to do so?

Sounds too good to be true? Well, listen up since this isn't just fantasy. Thanks to the PokerNews-exclusive PKR Kickstart Package, you not only can play on an award-winning software full of soft players, but you will be handsomely rewarded before you even sit at the tables.

Kickstart Your Bankroll at PKR Poker

If you are looking for a new site with great software, easy competition and an easy way to boost your bankroll, PKR Poker could be the best new site for you to try out.

The PKR Kickstart package includes $5 cash for free, a handful of tournament tickets, a 100% first deposit bonus up to $250, and much more.

To get your hands on this great package, simply download PKR Poker through PokerNews and deposit at least $10 using the unique bonus code "PNKICKSTART"

Here is a complete look at what can be yours in the PKR Kickstart package:

  • $5 cash added to your account
  • 100% up to $250 first-deposit bonus.
  • 2 x $3.50 tickets to play any tournament or sit-and-go
  • A month’s worth of tickets to PKR Daily $200 premium freerolls (30 tickets)
  • Access to monthly Club PKR freerolls with $15,000 in prizes
  • 1,000 PKR points to spend on your avatar, on premium freerolls, or in the PKR store
  • Automatic upgrade to enjoy Club PKR benefits (birthday gifts, freerolls and more)

Click here to read the full Terms & Conditions of this promotion

Even though the fishy players and awesome software at PKR should be around for awhile, the PKR Kickstart package is only available for a limited time. So don't wait too long; download PKR through PokerNews Canada today and discover a great new poker room with this incredible package!

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