UB Poker announces MiniUBOC tournament series

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Apr 05, 2011 Posted in Online Poker News | No Comments »

Following on the heels of a very successful UBOC tournament series, UB Poker has decided to add a MiniUBOC to its upcoming tournament schedule. The MiniUBOC will follow the same path as its Big Brother the UBOC, with the notable difference the much smaller buy-ins for the tournaments.

The tournament series will run from April 10th through the 17th and will feature 27 tournaments with over $650,000 in guaranteed prize-money on the line, including a $75 Main Event with $100k guaranteed.

In addition to the tournaments themselves UB Poker has added a number of promotions to go along with the tournament series:

King of Cashing – The player who cashes the most times during the MiniUBOC will be awarded a seat in the 2011 WSOP Main Event as part of a $12,000 prize-package, plus the added benefit of UB Poker’s Show Up Get Paid promotion where any WSOP qualifier who partakes in the WSOP will receive $1,000 just for sporting the UB Poker patch.

Triple Pay Challenge – Any player who cashes three times or more in the MiniUBOC will gain an entry into a $10,000 freeroll tournament hosted by UB Poker.

Bubble Bailout Bonus – The bubble-boy in each MiniUBOC tournament will receive $50.

Championship Bonus – Every player who makes the Top 50 in the Main Event will receive an entry into UB Poker’s $200k guaranteed tournament for the following Sunday.

For the complete MiniUBOC schedule head over to UB Poker.



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