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Here’s How To Play Darren Rovell In Poker For Your Share Of $12,000

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  • Want your chance to play Darren Rovell in poker? Find out how to sign up with 888poker to face Rovell this Sunday night.

Social distancing efforts have led to a decrease in gambling revenue with the exception of one area: Online poker.

In celebration of the new online poker boom, Darren Rovell and The Action Network have teamed up with 888poker — one of the biggest online poker rooms in the world — to host a series of weekly games that will culminate in a $10,000 grand finale on July 5.

All new users in New Jersey who sign up and deposit at least $10 using the ACTION888 promo code will receive tickets to compete in 888poker’s daily all-in freeroll tournaments as well as a ticket to the $10K grand finale.


The seven winners of this week’s all-in tournaments — which take place at 7:30 p.m. ET each day — will earn a seat at Rovell’s poker table for this Sunday a 8 p.m. ET, where they’ll play for their share of $1,000. Rovell will play one more $1,000 table on June 28 before the $10K tournament on July 5.

In addition to tickets to those daily all-in freeroll tournaments and chances to play Rovell, all new users who use the ACTION888 promo code when depositing (minimum $10) will also get a $20 registration bonus.

So really, there is no reason to not take this opportunity to polish up bounty skills for a free roll on prizes.

Plus, based on how the first game went for Rovell — who had literally never played poker before — the seven winners of this week’s daily all-ins should have a decent chance at their share of the $1,000 pot on Sunday night:

🗣️ "Oh, let's go right here…"@darrenrovell gets dealt Ace-Queen, suited in his first experience playing online poker – the rest is history 😂

How to face Darren Sunday night live on twitter with @888poker:

— The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) June 16, 2020

[Sign up for 888 Poker now. NJ only.]

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