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Unibet Poker Expert Leo-Unibet
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I'm glad to announce that we are about to run 14 days, 84 event "Unibet Online Series" (UOS) starting the 26th February,  a total  of €300,000 is guaranteed over the series.

There will be 6 daily tournaments split up beetween nano, low and high. Each of the different levels buyin will have a separate leaderboard, there will also be one leaderboard based on all 84 events. We have added €25,000 in prizes a cross the four different leaderboards. 

You find the schedule here:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1T8EYmASA0hvnYnh7SnHgxcCsQ2jSkcFH/view?usp=sharing

And you can read the full promotion page here:

https://www.unibet.com/promotions/poker-promotions/unibet-online-series

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Melgry Rank 10
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With the "progressive start" ones is that 3/4/5/6/etc or something else? I think it would be clearer separated out to explain structure.

How long does the main run for on Day 1?

Jesus titty HeartHeartsHeart christ, 100k GTD on the main?!?

What's the sat schedule going to be like and will they be event specific or generic tickets for the buy-in?

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I think it would have been better to just have Event 1 N/L/H instead of numbering each event. I know it'll make the press release sound cooler/bigger but Event 1 just being 9-max NLHE and Event 2 being 6-max turbo bounty rather than it counting as 6 events seems to make more sense.

This is going to be weird coming from me but the schedule seems to be 9-max heavy. Not sure if it's a typo but there are 9-max PLO MTTs in there.. can the software even do that?

Have you read my blog HERE... It's long isn't it Smile
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Melgry Rank 10
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Is Main events will run for two days? As I see on shedule
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FreedoM Rank 20
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@Leo-Unibet  You made my day/month/year. Can't wait to play all the events. I've kinda been afk from poker playing video games but this is the perfect way to get back in to it.

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Unibet Poker Expert Leo-Unibet
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Is Main events will run for two days? As I see on shedule

@Melgry Yes, 25 levels  day one and the remaining the day after (monday ) 

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@Leo-Unibet  You made my day/month/year. Can't wait to play all the events. I've kinda been afk from poker playing video games but this is the perfect way to get back in to it.

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@FreedoM Nice that I made you that happy Smile  

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@MoreTBC  , 9-max is still standard esp for series
As for the PLO one there are few MTTs running daily with 9 seats.
My favourite is €50 Omaha Fireball at 23:30 EET

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Unibet Poker Expert Leo-Unibet
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@MoreTBC wrote:

With the "progressive start" ones is that 3/4/5/6/etc or something else? I think it would be clearer separated out to explain structure.

How long does the main run for on Day 1?

Jesus titty HeartHeartsHeart christ, 100k GTD on the main?!?

What's the sat schedule going to be like and will they be event specific or generic tickets for the buy-in?

Edit: More stuff..

I think it would have been better to just have Event 1 N/L/H instead of numbering each event. I know it'll make the press release sound cooler/bigger but Event 1 just being 9-max NLHE and Event 2 being 6-max turbo bounty rather than it counting as 6 events seems to make more sense.

This is going to be weird coming from me but the schedule seems to be 9-max heavy. Not sure if it's a typo but there are 9-max PLO MTTs in there.. can the software even do that?

@MoreTBC  progressive start, to messy to point out in the excel, check it out in the client
main= 25 levels day 1
100K .... hell yeah
all tickets except UK Tour and Unibet open will be available to use
There is a few more 9 handed than 6 handed yes
9 handed Omaha... why not, gotta be a bit more nitty though, good practice :-)

 


 

 

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