New to The Game? There's a $50K Freeroll Series You Know Nothing About

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You might not see it widely advertised on their website, but PokerStars — the largest online poker room in the world — is running an amazing series of freerolls that promise to distribute $50,000 in cash prizes during the remaining 10 months of 2016.

If you are new to the game or you don’t have an account at PokerStars yet, this series is your best chance to jump right into the action and see what this poker site is all about.

How to Find the Freeroll Series on PokerStars

The $50,000 global prize pool still available in 2016 is split across 10 monthly freerolls, each boasting a premium $5,000 guarantee.

The next event takes place on March 5, and it would be crazy for you to miss it. Each $5K tournament is open only to new players, meaning that most the players in the game are going to be complete beginners. Can you imagine anything better than this?

March’s $5,000-guaranteed freeroll can be already found in PokerStars' lobby with the information below:

  • Name: PokerNews $5K
  • Date: March 5, 2016
  • Tournament ID: 1450465810
  • Time: 15:05 ET (registration ends after 2 levels)

How to Participate

Although the tournaments take place at the world’s largest online poker site, not everyone is invited to the party.

Only the players who opened an account through PokerNews and have made their first deposit after January 1, 2016, can participate in the free events.

If you don’t have an account at PokerStars yet, this is the best time to get one, especially since you will not only get 10 tickets to join all the events part of the $50,000 freeroll series, but you will also receive a 100 percent deposit bonus of up to $600.

To secure a seat and play for $50,000, here’s what you have to do:

Do this today and you will be able to join every single PokerNews-exclusive event running at PokerStars.

Remember: It's not every day you get the chance to play for a share of $50,000 at no cost, especially on a trusted poker site like PokerStars. So, ask yourself: Can you afford to let this offer slip through your fingers and let this free money go to your opponents?

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