Freerolls Explained

Freerolls Explained

Freerolls are special online poker tournaments that serve as an entry to a major tournament. A lot of online casinos and poker rooms offer freerolls to reward the more active players and of course recruit new ones. You enter a freeroll without any risk, because there is no entry fee. The whole idea behind freerolls is that you can participate for free, while the prize is guaranteed by the poker room where you are playing. The prize money remains unchanged, because it doesn’t depend on the fees collected from the players. The entry requirements are different for every casino.

Freerolls provide the perfect for chance for novice players to improve their poker skills without risking anything. The best thing is that you are playing for real money, in a real tournament, without having any risk at all. You can participate in such freerolls as often as you want. Freerolls really are a Win-Win situation, because you either win money, or experience, or even both.

Considering the characteristics of freerolls, it should not come as surprise the fact that too many people want to join the party, so quite often, there are limits to the number of participants per tournament. Hence, you should be quick when it comes to signing up for freerolls. Usually, the subscription period starts just one hour before the actual tournament gets going. That’s why you should know when a free roll starts, so it’s a good idea to constantly check the special freerool schedule websites.

PartyPoker.com is offering a lot of World Series Of Pocker packages through their WSOP freeroll tournaments. There are certain days at which Party Poker is giving away 20 unique WSOP packages. Check the website for the exact details. Have in mind that this freeroll is not open for everyone. In order to be allowed in, you have to qualify through a different freeroll tournament throughout the week. Every day 12 freerolls are held on Party Poker that anyone with a real money account is welcome to participate in. The top 50 finishers from these freerolls are allowed to play at the big Saturday freeroll at the end of the week. There is a limit of 3,500 entrants at the sub-qualifier freerolls and you shouldn’t know that Party Poker is never short on entrants. There are also Gateway Satellites organized by Party Poker but they are more costly for the players. Gateway Satellites are played three days in the week, limited to 22 entrants playing in a 500+$35 tournament. The winner receives a WSOP package. There are also Steps Tournaments – “Steps” and “Quick Steps”. Each of them is a five-tier series of tournaments that lead to the final tournament where one WSOP package is awarded.

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