"Perfect Pairs" at BestPoker: your chance to win up to €5 000

"Perfect Pairs" at BestPoker

On March 1st, BestPoker is launching a "Perfect Pair" promotion, in which players can win a random prize of up to €5 000. Go through tests, complete missions, and get your rewards.

How does the "Perfect Pairs" promo work?

You need to complete weekly Cash and Twister missions in order to get random prizes for each task you completed. The missions should be completed every week, and the promotion will last from 1st to 28th March.

Perfect Pairs Freerolls will take place on September 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th at 20:00 UTC.

How to complete "Perfect Pairs" missions

Players should wait for a pocket pair when playing at cash tables or in Twister tournaments. Missions can be completed at the Twister tables with buy-ins starting from €5, and at the cash tables with a minimum limit of €0.05/€ 0.10, excluding heads-up tables.

The maximum number of random prizes that can be awarded for completing weekly missions is as follows:

  • 1 "Perfect Pair" for each completed stage (1,2,4-7,9-12).
  • 1 "Perfect" for each completed stage (3, 8, and 13).
  • 13 prizes in total, for 13 completed stages.

Random prizes won cannot be transferred to other players or exchanged for money.

Basic rules to join the "Perfect Pairs" promo

  • To participate in the promotion, you should register in it first. You can do this through the “Missions” section in the poker client.

    "Perfect Pairs" promo

  • You should register for the promotion on a daily basis.
  • Duration period: from 1st  to 28th March.
  • The minimum number of participants in the €500 Perfect Pairs Freeroll is 28 players, while the maximum – 10 000.
  • The players who intend to take part in the promotion using several accounts will be blocked.
  • Erasable cards are available until March 28th.

The above are the basic rules for participating in the promotion. Register at BestPoker and win big!

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