Unibet Poker Online Series finale Here is hoping you have some spare time this weekend because you will wish out on the grand finale of the 2022 Unibet Poker Online Series (UOS) if not. Seven spectacular tournaments take place on Saturday 7 May with an additional eight taking place on Sunday 8 May, including the crown jewel of the schedule: the €40,000 guaranteed Supermoon Bounty .
Head to Unibet Poker at 6:00 p.m. BST on May 7 if you want to compete in a quartet of rebuy events. They come with buy-ins of €0.25, €10, €25, and €100, with those events carrying guarantees of €100, €2,500, €6,000, and €12,500 respectively.
Ninety minutes after the rebuy tournaments shuffle up and deal, you find three Sirius Banzai Bounty events to get your teeth into. Banzai tournaments are fast and furious thanks to starting with only 400 chips plus the PKO element. The blind structure is such that the first 15/30/4a level last 24-minutes, Level 2 is 20/40/5a and lasts eight minutes, with each subsequent level increasing every six minutes!
May 8 sees some of the UOS’ biggest tournaments take place, as you expect from a Sunday grind. The €40,000 Supermoon Bounty High costs €250 to enter, unless you win your way in via one of the many satellites. There are also €25, €10, and €1 buy-in editions of this two-day tournament, which come with prize pools tipping the scales at least €6,000, €3,000, and €250 respectively. BUFFALO BLITZ II THE LAST EMPRESS DANCING GOLD EPIC APE Unibet Poker UOS Final Weekend Schedule
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