Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 2, 2006 — PokerNews and Doyle’s Room will host a special $36,000 Triple WSOP freeroll which will take place on June 23 at 20:00EST. There will be three $12,000 WSOP packages on offer for players, the top two finishers will each receive a WSOP package, with the third one going to the player who knocks out Team PokerNews professional Tony G from the tournament.
To be eligible, players need to download the Doyle’s Room software through the dedicated PokerNews links (http://www.pokernews.com/doyles-room), register a new account, and make a deposit (minimum $25USD). There is no raked hand requirement, so once players have fulfilled these steps they will be able to register and play. All eligibility requirements must be completed by 20th June 20:00EST, three days before the tournament will take place.
Each WSOP package will consist of a $10,000USD buy in to the Main Event at the 2006 World Series of Poker, plus $2,000USD for flights and accommodation. All three winners will also become a part of Team PokerNews, and receive exclusive benefits such as access to PokerNews Central — located within reach of the tournament floor, invites to special team functions, and the opportunity to meet Team PokerNews professionals such as Tony G and Noah Boeken.
«This Triple WSOP freeroll at Doyle’s Room is a fantastic way for PokerNews readers to get to the world series,» commented Team PokerNews professional Tony G. «PokerNews always has great promotions and this one certainly is exciting! Usually Freerolls reward the winner, but if you get on my table you have a chance to knock me out and join me at the WSOP. It’s going to be carnage. I love it.»
PokerNews has teamed with a number of online poker sites to give away over ten $12,000 WSOP packages so far, and will have given away over $250,000USD in free WSOP packages once the Team PokerNews promotion is completed.
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Rebecca Lee started playing poker with her friends when she was in college. As a novice poker player,
she went online frequently so she could look for information and articles about poker to better
understand the game. Somewhere along the way, she decided to open up mypokerlegacy.com to
gather up all that she had learned about the game to share it to the world.
Since then, Rebecca has been writing freelance for several other websites, sharing her knowledge on
poker. She has since ventured into other table games like craps and roulette, but poker will always
have a place in her heart.
Other than writing or learning about poker, Rebecca enjoys reading up random facts about animals
on the Internet. She has a pet husky at home, which she brings out for walks every evening.