Victor Chandler Poker puts the heat back into summer this July with a month-long series of online poker freerolls giving away €75,000.
Summer freerolls - €46,500 in prizes
The daily €1,500 Summer Freerolls run every day in July at 19:15 CET with the top 400 finishers making some well deserved free cash. Each freeroll is capped at 3,000 runners and opens for registration on a first come first served basis one hour before the start of each event.
European Masters of Poker Dublin Iron Man - €20,000 in freeroll prize packages
For those who love to win live poker packages online, Victor Chandler Poker offers 10 chances in July to win a €2,000 EMOP Dublin Package FOR FREE!
These packages include a €1,100 main event buy-in at Clontarf Castle in Dublin, four nights accommodation at the venue and €350 spending money for flights (credited into winners account within 48 working hours of winning the package) – simply earn the VIP Points required before the tournament begins and register to play.
VIP Freerolls - €6,500 in prizes
The VIP Freerolls run each Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 21:00 CET in July with prize pools of €250, €500 and €750 respectively.
They are open to any player who earns the required VIP Points in the run-up to each tournament and, best of all, players don’t lose the VIP Points they have earned in order to play in the VIP Freerolls meaning they can use the same points to register for regular buy in tournaments at the site.
Double Win Freerolls - €2,000 in prizes
Double Win Freerolls have a novel twist - for just 10 VIP Points, whatever a player wins in cash Victor Chandler Poker will match in FREE BETS at its online sportsbook.
These Double Win Freerolls run every Monday at 20:30 CET and carry a cash prize pool of €250 – meaning there is also a €250 sports bet prize pool too.
Andy Horne, head of poker at the site, told Bettingpro, “We’re aiming to spread the wealth a little this July and with €75,000 being given away for free we’re confident we’re going to make the summer a memorable one for lots of online poker players.”