Get Free Money Daily in Freerolls at PKR Poker

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Many poker players choose to play at PKR Poker due to its amazing, award-winning 3-D graphics, social atmosphere, robust welcome package and promotions running all year long.

Another amazing reason players, especially recreational ones, flock to PKR Poker is that they give away money every day in four amazing freerolls.

Every day at 3 a.m. GMT and 6 p.m. GMT, PKR Poker hosts a €50 Freeroll where the only requirement to enter is that you played one raked hand within the past 24 hours. Also with the same easy requirement is the €50 Freeroll Ticket tournament at 12 p.m. GMT.

While the one raked hand requirement is easy to accomplish, you may be in a situation where your bankroll is depleted or you just don't like playing cash games even for just one hand. PKR Poker has your back with a daily €50 GTD Freeroll Rebuy tournament at 6:30 p.m. that has no requirements to enter.

All of the daily freerolls are in the most popular poker variant of no-limit Texas hold'em. However, if you prefer pot-limit Omaha or pot-limit Omaha eight or better, there are a pair of freerolls each week with your name on them.

The €50 PLO Freeroll takes place on Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. GMT, while the €50 PLO8 Freeroll takes place on Thursdays at the same time.

New Players Can Snag Even More Free Money

New players can now play for even more free money. On Wednesdays at 6 p.m. GMT, PKR Poker hosts the €1,000 New Player Freeroll.

You can get your hands on tickets for six straight weeks for this freeroll simply by signing up to PKR Poker through our links and creating a poker alias. This is without even needing to make a deposit.

When you are ready to make a deposit, be sure to use our special bonus code '200PKR' to get your hands on a huge 200 percent bonus up to €600. This bonus is fairly easy to clear and is just another way to add free money to your account at PKR Poker.




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