Win a Share of €80,000 with bet365 Premier Pairs


Everyone loves to be dealt premium holdings when they are playing Texas hold’em. Not only do these big hands help make your decisions easier, but throughout February at bet365 they could also see you gain entry into freerolls with €1,000 prize pools.

The Premier Pairs promotions runs at bet365 until Feb. 26 and is a missions-based promotion that revolves around being dealt premium pairs. Start the relevant mission in your bet365 account, head to the cash game lobby, sit at a real money cash game and, if you are dealt that day’s premium pair, you gain entry to a €1,000 freeroll.

Daily, Weekly and Bonus Hour Missions

DatesRequired premium pair
Feb. 6-12Queens
Feb. 13-19Kings
Feb. 20-26Ace

You can earn up to one ticket per day into a €1,000 Premium Pairs freeroll, which takes place daily at 8:00 p.m. All freerolls are “all-in shootouts” meaning you don’t have to physically play the tournament because everyone is set all in each hand and Lady Luck sorts the rest.

Complete the required premium pair mission on two different days during the qualifying period and bet365 gives you a €10,000 Premium Pairs tournament ticket to be used in the weekly freeroll that runs on Feb. 19 and Feb. 26 at 9:00 p.m. The €10,000 freeroll is multi-entry, meaning you can use two tickets to get into it.

As if these freeroll entries were not enough, bet365 is giving you 10 chances every day to compete in a €500 freeroll. Head to the cash game tables (heads up is excluded from the promotion) between 11:00 p.m. and 11:50 p.m. every day. If you are dealt that day’s premium pair, a €500 freeroll ticket is all yours.

Of course, in order to get involved in the Premium Pairs promotion, you are going to need a bet365 account. Download bet365 via PokerNews Canada, enter the bonus code “PNEWS” when making your first deposit and bet365 matches it 100 percent up to a maximum of €100. All you need to do then is start the premium pair missions and hope you are dealt that day’s hand. Good luck.

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