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Poker Tournament Freerolls Payout in Seven Figures


Poker tournaments freerolls are free poker tournaments that are hosted daily by the best online poker rooms. Poker tournament freerolls are often just called freerolls. Freerolls are loved by the poker playing community as they offer the poker players the chance to practice their tournament skills and win some cash prizes without spending a dime. The entry to these freerolls is - as the name suggests - free and prize money can range from a few dollars for a placing to a million dollars for winning the largest Texas Holdem poker tournament freerolls.

So why do the poker sites have freerolls? Is it because of their extremely generous nature and the fact that they make vast sums of money so they feel a moral obligation to give some of it back?

No of course it isn't, the reason that the big poker websites offer freerolls is to attract people to their site. You can take advantage of these freerolls by visiting websites that list the most lucrative freerolls on the internet. Websites like No Limit Freerolls http://www.nlfreeroll.com have daily listing of poker tournament freerolls and other poker tournament promotions.

Just recently, Paradise Poker hosted a million dollar freeroll poker tournament. Imagine winning a million dollars online for no entry fee. These huge cash prize freerolls are gaining popularity and we should see more of these in the future. No Limit Freerolls keeps up to date listings of the largest poker freeroll tournaments with the biggest payouts.

Free poker tournaments are here to stay. Don't miss out on this exciting poker action!

C. Feather is a professional online player and poker write. You read his weekly blog at http://small-stakes.blogspot.com or visit his No Limit Freerolls website at http://www.nlfreeroll.com


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