COUNTDOWN IS ON TO TONYBET’S BIGGEST EVER ONLINE SERIES STARTING FEBRUARY 28TH
Following hot on the heels of the successful Winter Festival, Tonybet has quickly moved to sponsor a new mini-series at Playground Poker Club, Montreal, running from March 9th – 14th. The Tonybet Power Weekend features a four day one flight re-entry $100,000 guaranteed event and tournaments in Mix Max, Freezeout, Tag Team, Pineapple and 6-Max Bounty formats.
A Tonybet spokesman said: “All guarantees were hit during the recent Tonybet Winter Festival and we are delighted to sponsor another mini tournament series in just a few weeks. Notice the addition of Pineapple at Playground! In this case it is hold’em but watch this space in the near future for the introduction of Open Face Chinese to Canada’s leading poker room.”
The Tonybet Power Weekend $135+$15 NLH re-entry $100,000 guaranteed NLH Main Event features four day ones. Day 1A is Wednesday March 9th at 7pm EST, with subsequent day ones up until Friday 11th. On Friday 11th as well as a flight at 7pm there is also one earlier at 11am. To make things even more attractive for players, the current Bad Beat Jackpot at Playground Poker Club is over CAD$590,000!
For full details of the series see: https://www.playgroundpoker.ca/marchpowerweekend2016
While this live event sponsorship continues, Tonybet is also hosting the most ambitious online poker series in its history. The €100,000 Tonybet Poker Glory Series starts on February 28th and runs until March 6th. Hosting a total of 25 events in the course of eight days of non-stop tournament action. Buy-ins will range from just €5 to €500 while the guaranteed prizepools for individual tournaments range from €2,000 to €15,000. Players will also have the chance to enjoy unlimited rebuys in some of the events as well as add-ons. Qualifiers are running now! For more information see: https://tonybetpoker.com/poker_promotions/100k-gtd-glory-series
Earlier this month, 28-year-old Jiachen (Jack) Gong made the sure the inaugural C$1,100 Tonybet Winter Festival Main Event title stayed in Montreal by scooping first place and the CAD$100,000 first prize in an event that attracted 520 entries and a total prize pool of CAD $504,400 at Playground Poker Club. Jack moved on to the EPT in Dublin afterwards where he made a deep cash in the Main Event.