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Monday, May 10, 2021
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Huge welcome bonus at Winning Poker Network

(PRESS RELEASE) -- The Winning Poker Network is giving new players a 100% bonus up to $2,000. It’s the biggest Welcome Bonus in their history and arguably the biggest bonus in the industry, and it’s available to all players who make their first deposit.

"2021 is all about going bigger and better than ever,” stated WPN spokesperson Michael Harris. “That’s true with our wildly-popular Venom tournaments. And it’s true with our largest-ever Welcome Bonus.”

Players who create an account with WPN will immediately qualify for a 100% first deposit bonus up to $2,000. There’s no bonus code needed, and funds are added immediately to a player’s account upon successful deposit.

Bonuses are cleared at a rate of $1 for every 27.5 Award Points earned at the real money tables, making it extremely easy to meet the wagering requirements.

Players can use the extra funds on any cash game or poker tournament, including the next Venom Hold’em or Venom PKO. Details on the next scheduled Venom tourney will be posted on the Winning Poker Network website when announced.

Harris also notes that players who have previously received a Player-to-Player transfer are still eligible for the Welcome Bonus.

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