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MoreTBC Rank 22
Rank 22

@Chris-Unibet,

Could we get an updated list of challenges for all the formats please?

Have you read my blog HERE... It's long isn't it Smile
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Unibet Employee Chris-Unibet
Unibet Employee
@MoreTBC, here you go:

SNG HU Minor
During the first three levels, be dealt AA
During the first three levels, be dealt a pair
During the first three levels, be dealt two hearts in your starting hand
During the first three levels, be dealt one of AK suited, QKs, QJs, or JTs
During the first three levels, be dealt T2
During the first three levels, be dealt a suited hand
During the first three levels, be dealt QQ+ in the big blind
During the first three levels, be dealt 72 when first to act
During the first three levels, have the ace of spades as one of your holecards
During the first three levels, be dealt two hands in a row that contain an ace
During the first three levels, fold a hand preflop countaining a 2
During the first three levels, have a pair of aces on the flop using one of your hole cards
During the first three levels, 3-bet (re-raise) when you are in the big blind and win the hand preflop
During the first three levels, 3-bet preflop (re-raise) with AA, KK, QQ or AK
During the first three levels, be dealt a suited connector (suited and consecutive hole cards) and see a flop
During the first three levels, reach a flop of only non-face cards (no J, Q or K)
During the first three levels, win the tournament
During the first three levels, be dealt any king and call from the big blind
During the first three levels, make your oponent fold preflop with a raise or a 3bet (re-raise)

SNG HU Major
During the first three levels, reach the river when the turn and river pair (e.g. a board of A-J-3-9-9)
During the first three levels, make a set on the flop using both hole cards
During the first three levels, reach a flop that contains at least two cards with the rank of 7
During the first three levels, reach a flop consisting only of cards with the rank 2, 3, 4 or 5
During the first three levels, reach a flop where the first and third cards are of the same rank (e.g. J-7-J)
During the first three levels, reach a flop where the first card is a heart, the second a diamond and the third a club
During the first three levels, reach the turn when it comes an ace
During the first three levels, raise preflop, reach a flop with only one picture card, then win with one bet (aces count)
During the first three levels, win a hand postflop when you have any hand worse than one pair
During the first three levels, lose a hand when you’re all-in preflop with any pair
During the first three levels, after calling a bet preflop in the big blind, checkraise on the flop and make your opponent fold
During the first three levels, reach a flop of three consecutive cards (e.g. QJT) in any order

SNG 5 Max Minor
During the first three levels, be dealt a pair
During the first three levels, be dealt two hearts in your starting hand
During the first three levels, be dealt one of AK suited, QKs, QJs, or JTs
During the first three levels, be dealt a suited hand
During the first three levels, have the ace of spades as one of your holecards
During the first three levels, be dealt two hands in a row that contain an ace
During the first three levels, fold a hand preflop countaining a 2
During the first three levels, have a pair of aces on the flop using one of your hole cards
During the first three levels, be dealt a suited connector (suited and consecutive hole cards) and see a flop
During the first three levels, reach a flop of only non-face cards (no J, Q or K)
Finish bubble boy (3rd)
During the first three levels, raise or 3bet preflop (re-raise) with AA, KK, QQ, JJ, TT, AK or AQ
During the first three levels, be dealt an ace as one of your holecards
During the first three levels, make all your oponents fold preflop with a raise or a 3bet (re-raise)
During the first three levels, win two hands in a row
During the first three levels, see one opponents get knocked out

SNG 5 Max Major
During the first three levels, reach the river when the turn and river pair (e.g. a board of A-J-3-9-9)
During the first three levels, make a set on the flop using both hole cards
During the first three levels, reach a flop that contains at least two cards with the rank of 7
During the first three levels, reach a flop consisting only of cards with the rank 2, 3, 4 or 5
During the first three levels, reach a flop where the first and third cards are of the same rank (e.g. J-7-J)
During the first three levels, reach a flop where the first card is a heart, the second a diamond and the third a club
During the first three levels, reach the turn when it comes an ace
During the first three levels, raise preflop, reach a flop with only one picture card, then win with one bet (aces count)
During the first three levels, win a hand postflop when you have any hand worse than one pair
During the first three levels, call a bet in the big blind preflop, then win the hand postflop (pre-flop all-in doesn't count)
During the first three levels, reach a flop that contains at least two cards of the same suit
During the first three levels, reach the turn when it comes a spade

Banzai NLHE Minor
Be dealt a pair
Be dealt two hearts in your starting hand
Be dealt one of AK suited, QKs, QJs, or JTs
Be dealt T2
Have the rank of both of your holecards add up to eight or less (aces are high)
Have everyone fold to you when you are in the big blind
Be dealt two hands in a row that contain an ace
Have a pair of aces on the flop using one of your hole cards
Be all-in preflop against at least one other player when you hold AA KK or QQ
Be all-in preflop against at least one other player when you hold AK
Be all-in preflop against at least one other player when you hold a hand containing two cards of the same suit
Be all-in preflop against at least one other player when you hold a pocket pair
Bet, raise or re-raise and make everyone else fold preflop to win the hand
Reach a flop with at least two other players
Call or raise preflop when at least one other player is all-in
Win a hand on the button
Win a hand from the big blind
Win a 20bb+ pot
Lose a hand when you’re all-in preflop with any pair

Banzai NLHE Major
Reach the river when the turn and river pair (e.g. a board of A-J-3-9-9)
Make a set on the flop using both hole cards
Reach a flop that contains at least two cards with the rank of 7
Reach a flop consisting only of cards with the rank 2, 3, 4 or 5
Reach a flop where the first and third cards are of the same rank (e.g. J-7-J)
Reach the turn when it comes an ace
Make a flush or better on the flop
Reach a flop with two cards ranked J or higher, and one card ranked 2
Make a straight containing an ace
Have a full house using at least one of your hole cards
Reach the turn when it comes a spade

Cash Game Traditional NLHE Minor
Be dealt a suited hand
3-bet preflop (re-raise) with AA, KK, QQ or AK
Be dealt into a hand where the last two digits of the hand number are 99
Have the ace of spades as one of your holecards
Have the rank of both of your holecards add up to eight or less (aces are high)
Have everyone fold to you preflop when you are in the small blind
Fold A2, A3, A4 or A5 offsuit preflop when you are first to act
Play (call, raise or re-raise) from the button preflop
Reach a flop of only non-face cards (no J, Q or K)
Be dealt a suited connector (suited and consecutive hole cards) and see a flop
Be dealt two hands in a row that contain an ace
Fold a hand preflop countaining a 2
3-bet (re-raise) when you are in the big blind and win the hand (pre or postflop)
Have a pair of aces on the flop using one of your hole cards
Be dealt a pair, then in the next 5 hands be dealt a higher pair at least once
Be dealt a hand, then be dealt the same hand in the following hand (suits don't matter)
Be dealt any pair in the big blind and see a flop
Be dealt 72
Be dealt any connector (consecutive hole cards) two hands in a row
Raise with AA, KK, AK, QQ, JJ or TT when you are the first to act preflop

Cash Game Traditional NLHE Major
Make a set on the flop using both hole cards
Make a straight on the flop
Reach a flop that contains at least two cards with the rank of 7
Reach a flop consisting only of cards with the rank 2, 3, 4 or 5
Reach a flop where the first and third cards are of the same rank (e.g. J-7-J)
Reach a flop where the first card is a heart, the second a diamond and the third a club
Reach the turn when it comes an ace
Reach a flop where the cards add up to 26 or more. Jacks, queens, kings and aces don't count.
Make a flush or better on the flop
Reach a flop with two cards ranked J or higher, and one card ranked 2
Have a pair higher than any of the flop cards after 3-betting preflop (a 3-bet is where you re-raise)
Raise preflop, reach a flop with only one picture card, then win with one bet (aces count)
Call a bet in the big blind preflop, then win the hand postflop (pre-flop all-in doesn't count)
Win a hand at showdown
Win a hand postflop when you have any hand worse than one pair
Make a straight containing an ace
Have a full house using at least one of your hole cards
Reach a flop of three consecutive cards (e.g. QJT) in any order
Reach the turn when it comes a spade
Reach the turn when the flop and the turn pair (e.g. a board A-9-3-9)

Cash Game Traditional PLO Minor
Have three cards of the same rank in your starting hand (e.g. 4-7-7-7)
Have all four cards of the same suit in your starting hand
Have two pairs in your starting hand (e.g. 5-5-8-Cool
Have a four card straight in your starting hand, aces can be high or low (e.g. 4-5-6-7)
Be dealt into a hand where the last two digits of the hand number are 99
Fold a hand preflop with three cards of the same rank
Fold a hand preflop consisting of only one suit
Be dealt a hand containing all four suits
Be dealt a hand containing two cards ranked 7
Be dealt a hand containing only picture cards (aces count)
Be dealt a hand with no cards higher than a 7 (aces do not count)
Be dealt a hand containing three consecutive cards to a straight flush
Be dealt a hand containing two aces
Be dealt three hands in a row that contain an ace
Be dealt a hand containing three clubs and one spade
Be dealt a hand containing the ace of spades and the ace of clubs
Have everyone fold to you preflop when you are in the small blind
Fold a hand preflop containing all four suits
Play (call, raise or re-raise) a double suited hand
Be dealt a hand with exactly three diamonds
Play (call, raise or re-raise) a hand preflop countaining two pairs
Be dealt a hand containing 3 cards of the same suit two hands in a row

Cash Game Traditional PLO Major
On the flop, have a flush that includes the ace in your hand
Make a full house using the river card
Have a flush on the flop using two holecards
Pair three of your holecards of different rank with three cards from the board
On the turn, have a flush that includes the turn card
Make a straight on the turn
Flop two backdoor flushdraws at once (e.g. hold two clubs and two hearts, see one club and one heart on the flop)
On the flop, have a full house or better
On the flop, have a set of aces using two holecards
Reach a flop after 3-betting preflop (a 3-bet is when you re-raise)
Raise preflop, reach a paired flop in position, then win with one bet
Call a bet in the big blind preflop, then win the hand postflop (pre-flop all-in doesn't count)
Win a hand at showdown
Make four of a kind
Flop an ace high straight
Have a pair on the flop and then in the same hand, make a straight or flush on the turn
Reach a flop with only one suit and win the hand on the flop
Reach the turn when each successive board card has a higher rank (e.g. a board of 3-5-8-9)
Reach a paired flop (e.g. a flop 5-K-5)



We've started discussing the possibility of introducing a new loyalty scheme or reworking the current one for numerous reasons. Main one being that it's too complex to understand and present at a time where a lot of our players are switching towards mobile.
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PokerLady93 Rank 8
Rank 8

Hi

What about making quarterly tournament for some x milestone points reached? 

For example if you reach 200 000 you get ticket for 50k tournament. And you could not exchange ticket or buy into tournament with money.

I think with cuting some other rakeback for 50-100€ and puting this in you could make pretty big 'VIP' tournament every 3 months.

Just suggestion Smile 

 

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Sweeedeeen Rank 13
Rank 13
e've started discussing the possibility of introducing a new loyalty scheme or reworking the current one for numerous reasons. Main one being that it's too complex to understand and present at a time where a lot of our players are switching towards mobile.

I like current scheme. Current loyalty scheme have a very strong thing - it is attract you to play more and more. If I played a lot in first month, of course i must play 2 and 3 months in quater etc Smile 

Not sure how it is technicaly possible, but it would be great if you will make different schemes for desktop and mobile players or browser. 

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