Ever watch Dog the Bounty Hunter? Being a bounty hunter is cool, right? Well we’re offering you the chance to become a bounty hunter of a different sort in the PokerNews’ new bet-at-home.com Bounty Brawl Freeroll promotion.
There are two PokerNews bet-at-home.com Bounty Brawl tournaments remaining, and each will feature a $1,500 prize pool with every participant having a $5 bounty on his or her head. In other words, you’ll be awarded $5 for each player you eliminate from the tournament. What’s more, there is no limit on how many bounties you can win!
Tournament schedule and qualification details
|Tournament||Date||Time(GMT)||Prize Pool||Qualification Period|
|PokerNews Bounty Brawl #2||June 1||19:00||$1,500||May 4. 00:01 GMT — May 29. 23:59|
|PokerNews Bounty Brawl #3||June 29||19:00||$1,500||June 1. 00:01 GMT — June 26. 23:59|
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- Download bet-at-home.com poker via PokerNews
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- Generate just 50 Frequent Player Points (FPP) during the qualification period
- Take your seat in the respective freeroll
- Attack your opponents relentlessly in an attempt to eliminate them
- Make some profit
FPPs are earned at a rate of 1 FPP per 0.25 in rake.
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See the bet-at-home.com site for the full terms and conditions of the bonus.
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