Win a $2,400 Battle of Malta Package FREE on 888 Monday!

Malta: Poker paradise.

In just its second year the PokerListings Battle of Malta is already a must-attend tournament for low- to mid-stakes players around the world.

Tomorrow (Monday, April 15) on 888Poker both new and current PokerListings players can win a $2,400 BOM package entirely free!

An exclusive freeroll for PokerListings players (who originally create an 888 account via a PokerListings link) will run at 18:05 GMT (12:05 pm ET) with the winner receiving a complete $2,400 BOM package.

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2012 Battle of Malta

Freeroll Details:

  • What: Battle of Malta Freeroll
  • When: Monday, 15th April @ 18:05 GMT
  • Where: 888poker - Tournaments – Restricted Tab
  • Buy-In: FREEROLL
  • Password: BOMTICKET

The freeroll winner will take home a $2,400 all-inclusive Battle of Malta package that includes:

  • €550 entry into Main Event
  • 4 nights at 5-star Hilton Hotel Malta (check-in 26/09, check-out 30/09)
  • Daily breakfast at the Hilton and daily buffet lunch at the casino
  • Travel money ($500 paid into 888poker account)
  • Airport & hotel transfers
  • Invitation to opening VIP party
  • Access to special side events and 888poker merchandise

Registration opens on Sunday, April 14 (today) @ 18:05 GMT. Create a new account and play at 888 poker right here!

Battle of Malta Qualifiers Every Second Week Through the Summer!

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The 2013 Battle of Malta has a €200,000 guarantee and just a €550 buy-in. The tournament takes place Sept 26-29, 2013.

PokerListings players at 888 Poker can continue to qualify for the 2013 Battle of Malta every other week this Spring and Summer.

New players must deposit at least $20 with promo code PLBOM. Existing players must deposit at least $20 with promo code BOM888.

Your deposit will get you a ticket (valid for 16 days upon date of issue) to one of 13 exclusive BOM qualifying tournaments.

Create an account and get $8 free here! See you in Malta in September!

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