The Magnificent 77 Promotion On Poker770 Offers You the Chance to Win A Share of $10,000

Magnificent 77

Want a chance to win your share of $10,000? How about a free $50? Look no further than PokerNews’ exclusive promotions with Poker770.

PokerNews and Poker770 are offering yet another great promotion—The Magnificent 77. The latest promotion, which is exclusive to PokerNews players, will offer a Poker770 tournament on October 27 at 19:00 GMT that will boast a $10,000 prize pool. It’s the Magnificent 77 promotion, so players will start with 7,700 in chips; furthermore, the top 77 players in the tournament will secure a payday, with a smooth $1,000 going to the winner.

The Magnificent 77 Payout Structure

PlacePrize
1$1,000
2$650
3$450
4$300
5-6$220
7-9$200
10-14$180
15-19$160
20-29$120
30-44$90
45-77$70

How can you reserve your seat in the Magnificent 77 tournament? The answer is simple: you’ll need to meet the qualification criteria, but don’t worry, it’s surprisingly simple.

New players who download Poker770 via PokerNews between Sept. 27 and Oct. 25 and use the PokerNews’ bonus code to make their first deposit will automatically qualify for The Magnificent 77. Existing Poker770 players who have signed up to via PokerNews have to earn just 500 770Points between Sept. 27 and Oct. 25 and a seat to the $10,000 Magnificent 77 tournament will be theirs.

It may sound like a lot of points, but 500 770Points isn’t all that much considering they’re awarded at a rate of 20 per $1 in cash game rake and 22 per $1 in tournament fees. This means you could be playing for a share of a $10,000 prize pool for generating less than $23 in rake!

Free tournaments with $10,000 prize pools do not come around very often, so download Poker770 today and qualify for The Magnificent 77 tournament.

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What’s more PokerNews and Poker770 have joined forces to kick-start your bankroll with $50. All you have to do is download Poker770 through PokerNews, enter the bonus code "news50en," and fill in and submit the details on the form.

Once you’ve completed those steps and your account has been verified, your account will be credited with $25 immediately. Earn at least one Poker770 point within the first 60 days of receiving that bonus, and you lock up that money. Fail to do so, and you will forfeit your right to the money. The second $25 will then be released when you earn just 500 Poker770 points within 120 days.

This promotion is applicable to players in Andorra, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Greece, Holland, Iceland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the U.K.

If you live in any of the following countries, the situation is a little different, but you can still get the full free $50: Argentina, Belarus, Bolivia, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, India, Japan, South Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Madagascar, Mexico, Montenegro, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Ukraine, Uruguay or Venezuela.

For the aforementioned countries, the free $50 will be split into three parts instead of two. The first $10 will be released into your Poker770 account immediately, another $20 will be released once you have earned 500 Poker770 points within 120 days, and the final $20 will be released once you have earned another 500 Poker770 points within 120 days.

The free Poker770 cash can be easily withdrawn thanks to the low play-through requirements. Either generate just $50 in cash-game rake/tournament fees or just make a deposit of $100 or more into your Poker770 account and you will be able to cash out your free $50. Furthermore, you can withdraw any profits over the initial $50 any time you like.

If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.

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