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Five Copies of FIFA 21 To Be Won This Weekend With Cash Up For Grabs

Five Copies of FIFA 21 To Be Won This Weekend With Cash Up For Grabs

Sunday night's LADbible Poker Tournament gives you the chance to win cash prizes and one of five copies of FIFA 21 on the platform of your choice.

Entry is so easy. For the FIFA 21 prize draw, just enter the tournament before 5pm on Sunday (and tell us your partypoker name by commenting on this Facebook post) - then you're automatically in the draw!

It's a mere £5.50 to enter - and a FIFA 21 prize winner is announced every hour from 1pm on Sunday, so the faster you get involved the better. Oh, and did we mention there's a guaranteed £10,000 prize pool for the tournament itself?

Tournament kick-off is 7pm and the poker action is as fast-paced as Kylian Mbappe on FUT, so you won't be kept up late (at least until you have that all-new FIFA 21).

Last Sunday, the winner walked away with a massive £1,640. But as well as finishing in the prize money, there's bonuses including a £50 bounty - transferred directly to whoever knocks out ODDSbible.

In total, a stone-cold stunning 316 players won money in last Sunday's tournament. And that was before LADbible began throwing in FIFA 21s.

Getting involved is really simple. Register an account here with partypoker. Download the partypoker app or software if you're using a PC/Mac. Click 'tourneys' and search for 'LADbible Poker Room'. You will then be able to register for the tournament by entering the password LADPOKER.

You can re-enter up to three times on the night, so one defeat doesn't spoil your chances of ultimate glory and a share of £10k.

We'll see you on the poker table!

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