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888poker Is Running Another Massive Freeroll Promotion This Year

Written By: Maya Michaels | January 26, 2022 | Posted In Poker News

888poker is kicking off the year with a three-month freeroll extravaganza.

The online poker operator’s Ace the Slopes promo started on January 12 and it lasts until April 12, promising over $1,000,000 of prizes.

The ski-themed spectacular features three levels of freeroll challenges — each taking place over a different period of time.

There is the $1K Green Run Freeroll, which runs three times every day, Monday through Saturday; the $10K Red Run Freeroll, which takes place every Sunday; and the $100k Black Run Freeroll, which runs on February 12, March 12, and April 12.

In addition to this, one monthly winner of the Red Run Freeroll will also bag a bonus prize of a ski package.

Each level of Ace the Slopes has its own qualification criteria, which increase in line with the potential payout of the freeroll tournaments. The precise details are as follows:

  • Green Run Freerolls:

To qualify for the daily Green Run Freerolls, players simply need to complete one of the challenges below:

Tournaments Challenge: Buy-in to poker tournaments totaling $5 (includes BLAST tournaments).

Cash Games Challenge: Win one cash game hand, with an 8 as one of your hole cards (includes SNAP games).

Sports Challenge: Wager $5 on sports events.

Casino Challenge: Wager $5 on casino games.

Players may claim up to three Green Run Freeroll tickets every day.

  • Red Run Freerolls:

The challenges for the weekly $10K Red Run Freerolls are the same as above but in order to qualify, players must complete nine of them, in any combination, during the seven-day period (Mon-Sun). Up to three challenges per day can be counted towards the weekly total and players may claim up to two Red Run Freeroll tickets each week.

  • Black Run Freerolls:

To qualify for a $100K Black Run Freeroll ticket, players must complete the following during the monthly period:

Win 100 hands playing any poker game.

Finish in the money in three or more tournaments (does not include BLAST or Freerolls).

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