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Four Exclusive Freerolls Running for Card Player Readers This Month

Full Tilt, Bodog, UB, and SpadeClub All In on the Action


Lots of free money will be up for grabs.It’s a good month to be a Card Player reader. With absolutely no need for money for a buy-in, you can win a seat to the 2010 World Series of Poker main event or play for your share of thousands of dollars in prize money over four sites in the next month.

Full Tilt, Bodog, UB, and SpadeClub are offering Card Player readers their own unique tournaments which give players great values and opportunities, including a seat to the 2010 WSOP main event.

Check out the details below:

Full Tilt $2,000 Freeroll (May 14, Friday, 4 p.m. ET)

Any player who registered for Full Tilt through is eligible for this freeroll. All a player needs to do is earn 100 Full Tilt Points by Friday and he or she will be able to register for the $2,000 freeroll.

The tourney can be found under the tabs ‘Private’ and ‘Freeroll.’

If you don’t have a Full Tilt account yet and you want to play in this event, register today using Card Player’s special Full Tilt deposit bonus.

If you’re unsure as to whether you signed up for Full Tilt through Card Player, contact to inquire.

Click here for more information on Full Tilt’s Card Player freeroll.

Bodog WSOP Main Event Qualifier (May 15, Saturday, 9:05 p.m. ET)

On May 15, all Card Player readers have the opportunity to play in a privately hosted freeroll on Bodog at 9:05 p.m. ET. Card Player readers could win one of four seats in one of Bodog’s WSOP main-event satellites. Each satellite seat is valued at $500.

The freeroll will be password-protected, and the password will be posted in a news article like this one 24 hours before the freeroll begins. Simply log into your Bodog account and look for SpadeClub/CardPlayer/Bodog Game in the Bodog Lobby. When prompted, enter the password to complete your registration.

Don’t have a Bodog account? You can sign up for one now and take advantage of an exclusive Card Player Bodog deposit bonus.

Click here for more information on Bodog’s WSOP Card Player Qualifier.

Sign Up for Bodog Now

UB $1,000 Freeroll (May 20, Thursday, 8 p.m. ET)

This freeroll is open any new players who sign up for UB now through Card Player before May 19.

Once you sign up for a UB account, you will automatically be registered in the special freeroll within 24 hours.

Click here for more information on UB’s Card Player freeroll.

Sign Up for UB Now!

SpadeClub/Facebook’s $12,000 WSOP Main Event Freeroll (Daily qualifiers, 9 p.m.; VIP Final, June 20, 7 p.m. ET)

Not a fan of Facebook? Think it’s a colossal waste of time? Well, perhaps you should reconsider.

That’s because SpadeClub and Card Player have teamed up to give one Facebook fan a chance to play the World Series of Poker main event for absolutely nothing.

All you need to do is “like” both Card Player and SpadeClub on Facebook, and then sign up for and Facebook connect a free SpadeClub account.

Once that’s complete, let the poker madness begin. Freerolls are running daily. Make the top five of a weekly leader board, and you qualify for the VIP Final on June 20 at 7 p.m. From there, one winner will get to compete in the 2010 WSOP — a prize package worth $12,000.

Click here for more information on freeroll for Facebook fans.



over 11 years ago

I like how some sites only want to encourage new players, doesn't care about keeping their old players. Yes, UB I am talking to you. All you ever offer stuff to new and that is part of the reason I don't play there.


over 11 years ago

Yah before the UIEGA Partypoker was great they would shoot you money all the time. Pokerstars could easily do the same but there customer appreciation is basically nothing. I remember Partypoker when they were the king of online poker giving $50 all the time. I don't think I have received a dime from Pokerstars even after sending them emails for some reason or another. Pokerstars needs to treat there players and not there pro players a much better.