OSS Cub3d Online Poker Tournament Promises $6.7 Million

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Jul/27/2017

For the second time this year we’re bringing you a 4-week long tournament extravaganza and this time, we’re guaranteeing $6.7 million over 141 action-packed events! That’s $1,000,000 more in prize pool guarantees than the one we held in the spring!

OSS Cub3d HIGHLIGHTS:

ü  141 events guaranteeing over $6.7 Million

ü  3 Main Events

ü  Buy-ins ranging from $0.06 to $2,100 OSS Cub3d

ü  Silver Sterling Bracelets awarded to three Main Events Winners

ü  Top-3 on combined leaderboard receive $4,900 package to the 2017 Punta Cana Poker Classic and a Sterling Silver Bracelet.

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August 13th to August 20th

·        47 events guaranteeing more than $890K

·        Buy-ins ranging from $0.06 to $88

·        $250,000 Main Event

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