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Hello guys, here is a Free PROMO CODE for 1,000,000$ Zynga Chips For Mobile Users. pkliwiATTbgVPf0jo_ZQDUFen8ZMJ5BouQDrn8YO

Follow these, step by step. 

1. Download Zynga Texas HoldEm Poker on you Android/iOS device.

2. Login with Facebook or any other type of account. (Guest/Zynga account)

3. Click on the Settings Icon l_017.png and chose a REDEEM option. 

4. Copy the code and paste, or just type it with Qwerty keyboard.  

CODE --> 978ETPM

NOTE: You must play atleast 3 hands to enable this code. ENJOY FREE CHIPS :)

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