Freeroll (poker) – Definition
A Poker freeroll tournament refers to a touranment with no entry free. These sorts of tournaments are generally promotions run by poker rooms to attract customers. For example, a $200 freeroll means that the poker room is putting up $200 in prize money for a tournament, and there is no entry fee into the tournament.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Though they have no entry fee, freerolls may have special entrance restrictions, such as password requirement, etc…
APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Poker
Now that we’ve got the technical jargon out of the way, let’s remind you of two fantastic free-rolls taking place this week!!
Tournament name: MPE freeroll
Poker room: XLBet.com (Click the link to download)
Time: 19:00 CET
Entry free: It’s a freeroll (see above) so you don’t pay a cent!
Prizes: Numerous sub-satellite tickets for the €1,700 Malta Poker Open 2010
Instructions: Log in to the XLBet Poker room and you can find the tournament in the private section
Name of Tournament: The Jetbull invitational!
Poker room: Jetbull Poker (Click the link to download)
Time: 20:30 CET
Entry free: This is also a freeroll (see above) so, once again, you don’t pay a cent!
Instructions: Log in to the Jetbull Poker room and you can find the tournament in the private section
So you’ve got two fantastic Poker promos which will help you to keep tuning your poker skills, and the best part of it is that it won’t cost you a cent!
See you at the (digital) felt!