How To Get Free Chips Playing Myspace Poker

Need to know how to get free chips playing MySpace poker? MySpace poker is a fun and classic application. If you are on MySpace, you know that new applications seem to appear every week. Poker has been one of the true greats that has been able to maintain its popularity. Obtaining free poker chips can make the game even more fun! There is also a Facebook version of the same game. If you are bored and looking for something entertaining, try MySpace or Facebook poker games!

To get free poker chips for MySpace poker, you will need:

  • A MySpace account
  • The poker application
  • Some friends
  1. The first step to finding free poker chips is playing the game. You can easily create a MySpace account in a matter of minutes, if you don't already have one. Next, download the application. You can invite all your friends to join in the game, too. Each time your friends install the poker application, you receive free chips as a referral bonus!
  2. You start with a certain number of chips. The more you play and win, the more chips you will receive. This is probably the best and most enjoyable way to earn your chips! Friends can even donate or share their poker chips. If you have enough friends, getting them to spare a few chips should be easy. On Facebook poker, you are able to buy poker chips. Unfortunately, you can't on the MySpace version.
  3. Download a poker bot. If you don't want to get your MySpace chips the old fashioned way, there is a cool alternative. You can download a virtual assistant to play any game of online poker for you! Since the computer is playing, you are guaranteed a win almost every game. This will lead you to lots of free poker chips!



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