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Free $50 and Freerolls at Titan Poker

Posted at 09:00 2006-12-12 You can’t spell 'Titanic value' without 'Titan' - it's a fact that any language scholar will concur with, and you will too once you check out all the great value on offer at Titan Poker. First, there’s the free $50 offer, and by free, we do mean FREE! This offer is available to new players - all you have to do is download Titan Poker through our special PokerNetwork links, register a new account, deposit a minimum of $25 and wait up to 72 hours for your free money to show up in your account! While there are no hand requirements to receive the cash, you’ll need to accumulate 50 Titan Poker points for every dollar of bonus money you wish to withdraw. But the value doesn’t stop there: you know those $2000 PokerNetwork/PokerNews freerolls that Titan Poker host every month? You may have heard that to be eligible for a shot at this free cash, players need to rack up at least 750 player points. Well change that completely, because that requirement has been slashed from 750 points right down to just one point. That’s right, ONE single point. With such miniscule requirements, this is a freeroll that even the most time-strapped of online poker players could qualify for - though once you’ve experienced the full gamut of games on offer at Titan Poker, you’ll probably find yourself spending a little more time than expected betting, raising and folding! While this offer is open to all new players who download Titan Poker through special PokerNews links, those who have previously registered at Titan Poker through PokerNews will also benefit from the change in freeroll eligibility requirements. Just be sure to meet all requirements by 2 days before the freeroll you wish to enter. Registration for the next freeroll (taking place at 05:00am AEDT on January 8 2007) is already open so if you haven’t experienced Titan Poker for yourself, I suggest you do so right away. If that wasn’t enough, there’s also the Team PokerNews Aussie Millions freeroll on December 31, and the $15,000 EPT Monte Carlo freeroll on March 5, 2007. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some poker software to start downloading...

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