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PKO Winter Series with a total guarantee of €225 000 at Unibet Poker

PKO Winter Series at Unibet Poker

This winter, the European poker room Unibet Poker pleases its players with an abundance of lucrative offers and promotions.

From 23 January to 3 February, PKO Winter Series with a total guarantee of €225 000 is held at Unibet Poker. As you may have guessed from the title, the series will be carried out in a progressive knockout format.

In total, 32 tournaments will be held as part of given series. The buy-ins of events will range from €5 to €200. Tournament guarantees start from €1 500 and end with events with €25 000 guarantees.

Read also: €12 000 in prizes in Winter Freeroll Festival at Unibet Poker

In addition to the tournament prize money, the players also have opportunity to earn extra cash payments in a special leaderboard with a total prize pool of €11 000:

Place in leaderboard Required number of pointsPrize money
1200 000€2 000
2150 000€1 500
3100 000€1 000
470 000€700
545 000€450
632 000€320
722 500€250
815 000€150
99 000€90
106 000€60
11-204 000€40
21-403 000€30
41-602 500€25

Players will receive 1 point for participation in one of the events of series, as well as 1 point for each knocked out opponent. The leaderboard will be closed at the end of series.

However, these are not all surprises as part of given series. Those participants who will manage to collect 30 bounties in the tournaments will be registered in a special Headhunter Showdown tournament, in which 45 tournament tickets for a total amount of €3 000 will be raffled. The prize tickets are distributed as follows:

Place in tournamentPrize tournament tickets
1-5€200
6-15€100
16-25€50
26-45€25

All poker players who will be qualified for this tournament will receive a copy of the book "PKO Poker Strategy: How to adapt to Bounty and Progressive Knockout online poker tournaments" by Unibet Poker Ambassador Dara O'Kearney. The tournament will take place on 3 February at 18:00 UTC.

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