One of the most popular poker formats available today are bounty tournaments and if you love to try and knockout as many opponents as you can then PokerNews has the promotion for you.
The PokerNews bet-at-home.com Bounty Brawl will see three PokerNews-exclusive tournaments take place, each boasting a prize pool of $1,500. In addition to being able to win a share of $1,500 in each of the three freerolls, PokerNews players will also each receive a $5 bounty on their heads. Be responsible for the elimination of a fellow player and you will win their $5 bounty! Eliminate five of them and you will win $25 without even having to cash in the tournament! We are sure you can see how potentially profitable this Bounty Brawl promotion could be.
Now that you are aware of what this superb promotion entails we bet that you are wondering how you can get involved in it. Thankfully, the qualification process is simple and the entry requirements minimal. To participate in the PokerNews bet-at-home Bounty Brawl freerolls all you need to do is:
- Download bet-at-home.com poker via PokerNews.
- Create your free bet-at-home.com account.
- Generate just 50 Frequent Player Points (FPP) during the qualification period.
- Take your seat in the respective freeroll.
- Attack your opponents relentlessly in an attempt to eliminate them.
- Make some profit!
Check out the PokerNews bet-at-home.com Bounty Brawl terms & conditions page for the full schedule and qualification period details.
Each of these exciting freerolls see players start with a generous stack of 3,000 chips and have 15-minute blind levels that start at just 10/20, meaning there will be plenty of opportunity to play poker.
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