The 2012 World Championship Of Online Poker (WCOOP) is just around the corner and you could be playing in its $5,200 buy-in Main Event and doing so for free!
The WCOOP Main Event is the online poker tournament that everyone wants to win due to the prestige attached to becoming a WCOOP champion, plus the fact the eventual winner is guaranteed to take home at least $1,000,000! Last year Thomas "Kallllle" Pedersen was the man who emerged victorious and despite striking a deal when the tournament was five-handed he walked away with an unbelievable $1,260,018.50. This year's winner could be you because PokerNews has three $5,200 WCOOP Main Event tickets to give away, plus an additional $4,500 in cash prizes!
All the prizes are going to be given away over the course of three PokerNews-exclusive freerolls that all take place on Sept. 7. at 14:00 ET (19:00 UK time). The first of the three freerolls is open to new PokerNews registered players who make a deposit between Aug. 1-21 and existing PokerNews customers who have generated at least 35 VPPs between Aug. 1-21.
The second freeroll is open to existing PokerNews players who have accumulated at least 100VPs between Aug. 1-21 whilst the third and final freeroll is available to existing PokerNews players who have earned at least 200 VPPs between Aug. 1-21. You can play in all three freerolls if you meet the qualifying criteria, earn just 200 VPPs between Aug. 1-21 and entry to each of the three freerolls will be yours. That is three shots at a $5,200 WCOOP Main Event seat for free!
Each WCOOP freeroll will pay out as follows:
[*][B]Freeroll #1[/B]: $5,200 WCOOP Main Event Ticket to the winner plus $1,000 shared between places 2nd-9th
[*][B]Freeroll #2[/B]: $5,200 WCOOP Main Event Ticket to the winner plus $1,500 shared between places 2nd-9th
[*][B]Freeroll #3[/B]: $5,200 WCOOP Main Event Ticket to the winner plus $2,000 shared between places 2nd-9th
Please be aware this amazing promotion is only open to players who have created their PokerStars account via [I]PokerNews[/I] and used [I]PokerNews[/I] links.