Play in the $100,000 Guaranteed Main Event at TigerGaming for Free

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As the last Sunday of the month is approaching, the $100,000 Guaranteed Main Event is back once again at TigerGaming on May 27 at 7 p.m. ET.

The tournament not only boasts an amazing structure but will be full of recreational players that are typically enjoying punting in casino games and sports wagering.

The $109 buy-in is certainly reasonable when taking into account the massive prize pool. This doesn't mean you need to pay full freight as there are many paths to get in for a fraction of the cost or event for free.

Qualify for the $100,000 Guaranteed Main Event

There are many ways you can qualify for the $100,000 Guaranteed Main Event for cheap, but only one path will get you a ticket to TigerGaming's most significant event of the month for free.

The free path will take a little bit of work but can be done. You will need to win a series of Step tournaments with the final Step awarding seats to the $100,000 Guaranteed Main Event.

Step TournamentTarget Tournament
Step 1 Freeroll$1.50 Step 1
$1.50 Step 1$7.00 Step 2
$7.00 Step 2$27.50 Step 3
$27.50 Step 3$100,000 Guaranteed $109 Main Event

In addition to the Step path, there are plenty of satellites with buy-ins ranging from $11 to $16.50 giving you plenty of chances to win a seat without shelling out the full buy-in.

Need an Account?

If you want to play in the $100,000 Guaranteed Main Event on Sunday, May 27, you will need an account at TigerGaming. We have great news if you do not already have an account as TigerGaming boasts one of the best welcome packages available anywhere.

Simply download TigerGaming via PokerNews, deposit at least $50, and email to [email protected] with the bonus code "NEWTG" in the subject line of your email and your deposit will be matched up to $2,500!

Not only is the bonus potentially huge, but it is easy to clear as well as it releases into your available account balance in tiny $5 chunks for every 1,500 comp points earned. You have 60 days to release the full bonus amount after which your remaining bonus will be forfeited.

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