Win a seat in the $5,000 PCA Last Longer freeroll

Would you like a seat in a $5,000 freeroll? Of course you do. All you need to do is to back one of the ten Team PokerStars Pros on Twitter and watch as your horse gallops ahead in the PCA 2014 Main Event. If your chosen player outlasts the other nine then you'll get a ticket into a $5,000 freeroll on Sunday 26 January, where you'll play alongside your winning pro! You can double your freeroll chances by entering our last longer comp on Facebook, too.

All ten pros have big results to back up their claims to be your PCA horse, but which one will you go for? You can choose from Andre Akkari, Liv Boeree, Fatima Moreira de Melo, Jonathan Duhamel, Elky, Barry Greenstein, Eugene Katchalov, Daniel Negreanu, Chris Moneymaker, or Vanessa Selbst. Watch the video to choose who you want to back at the PCA.

Who will you choose?

How to enter the Twitter competition ($5,000 freeroll)
Enter the competition on Twitter by tweeting the following text:

My choice for the #PCALastLonger is [the hashtag of your chosen pro] + [your PokerStars Player ID].


How to enter the Facebook competition ($1,000 merchandise freeroll)
A separate $1,000 merchandise freeroll is taking place on Facebook, which you can find by clicking here:

Enter the Facebook competition.

Just click on the Team Pro that you think will last the longest (but only choose one, or you could find yourself getting disqualified!). It will take you through to a page to confirm who you're voting for and to enter your Player ID.


Will you choose #MoneymakerLastLonger?

Terms and conditions
1. Voting begins on 18 December 2013 and closes 3 January 2014 at 23:59 ET.
2. You must have access to the .COM or .EU client to participate in either freeroll, and have an account with PokerStars.
3. You may only vote once on Twitter and once on Facebook, but you may vote on both platforms (once on Facebook and once on Twitter). Multiple votes will result in disqualification.
4. You must include your Player ID in your tweet (you will be asked for this in the Facebook app when it launches).
5. Prizes are non-transferable.

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Rick Dacey
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