Unibet Poker to hold online series with €1 000 000 GTD
Unibet Poker has announced one of the largest online series in its history. A guaranteed prize pool of the series is set to be €1 000 000, which will be awarded over 132 tournaments.
All events will take place from September 18 to October 14. The tournament schedule includes events that will suit players with any bankroll, as there will be tourneys for 25 cents and for €1 100.
Famous Irish poker player and Unibet Poker ambassador, David Lappin, is looking forward to this series. According to David, a prize pool of the Main Event would be, probably, the largest one among online poker tournaments ever organized in the room.
The player did not miss the opportunity to give credit to Unibet Poker and pointed out its advantages:
- Healthy poker ecosystem.
- Generous rewards for players.
- Unique soft.
David Lappin not only successfully represents Unibet Poker, but also successfully plays in the room. He has won leaderboards in three of the last eight poker series hosted by Unibet and is again ready to start a race for the title. The ambassador said that he would play the series at high, medium, and low limits but avoid playing micro stakes tourneys.
Unibet Online Poker Series Highlights
The upcoming online poker series at Unibet features four buy-in levels: micro, low, medium, and high. It will be possible to take part in tournaments with micro buy-ins for as little as €0.25. Events with low tiers will cost between 5 and 10 euros, while mid-level tournaments range from 25 to 50 euros. As for the high stakes tourneys, they are priced between €100 and €1 100.
The series kicks off on Friday, September 18. The key event of the Unibet Online Poker Series will be the Main Event with a €1 100 buy-in and a €250 000 guarantee. It’s set to be a two-day competition that starts on October 11.
There will be about 200 satellites to the Main Event with different buy-ins. The organizers of the series expect players to break the Main Event guarantee, so there is a chance that €250 000 will be not a ceiling for the ME prize pool.