Following Pacific Poker On Twitter Could be $500 Richer

Are you one of the millions of people that follow other people on Twitter?  Well if you are then make sure you’re following Pacific Poker because if you are you can play in one of their weekly $500 dollar Twitter Freerolls.
All you need to do is follow Pacific Poker on Twitter and then watch for the tweet that has the password into the freeroll.
The tweet you need will happen about an hour before the tourney starts every week, so you don’t have to keep you’re eyes pealed all week.
The Twitter Freerolls happen every Sunday at 8:30 GMT.  The tourney is in the tournaments tab under restricted just click $500 Twitter Freeroll and put in the password and you’re in there is no buyin for this one.
If you’re not playing at Pacific Poker join up and when you your first deposit you will get a bonus and then add them on Twitter.

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