Play for $5,000 at Full Tilt TODAY for Free; Password Inside!

Full Tilt Freeroll

Use this password to play for $5,000 at Full Tilt for free today only!

Did you open your account at Full Tilt through PokerNews? If so, use the password included in this article and play in a $5,000 freeroll at 2 p.m. ET TODAY!

Here's your chance to get to the table and prove that you know how to play poker, as it's time once again for our monthly $5,000 freeroll event at Full Tilt.

The richest PokerNews-exclusive freeroll of the month kicks off today, November 6, at 2 p.m. ET. The password to register is 'yw73re44'.

The tournament is set to distribute a total prize pool of $5,000 to the top players. Do you have what it takes to be a winner?

How to Register and Play the PokerNews-Exclusive Freeroll

The registration to the $5,000 PokerNews-exclusive freeroll is already open. You can find the tournament by opening the Full Tilt poker client and searching for the event's ID: 299478869.

In order to get a seat, you need to:

  1. Have opened an account at Full Tilt through PokerNews
  2. Use the password 'yw73re44' to complete the registration.

What to Do if You Don't Have an Account

This is as simple as it gets. If you don't have an account at Full Tilt, you can't play. And you can't try to bring home a share of the $5,000 on tap in this free tournament.

However, if you really-really want to play, you can still make it. Click here to open a free account, fill out the form, and confirm your email address as soon as you can. Do this, and you will have your newly created account at Full Tilt tied to PokerNews, and you will get immediate access to the free tournament.

That's it. You don't really need to do anything else. If you have an active account at Full Tilt, use the password in this article and get ready to play in the richest PokerNews-exclusive freeroll available in November.

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