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UB.com Revs Up the Rewards for Sit & Go Fans in the ‘Race to 3’ Promotion

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Nov/23/2010
SNG3

UB.com is set to raise the stakes for all lovers of Sit & Go’s, unleashing an entire week of rewards for players who take a seat at designated Race to 3 Sit & Go’s from 12:00 ET on Monday, November 29th through 23:59 ET on Saturday, December 4th.  With freeroll entries and added prizes up for grabs, the Sit & Go action at the leading online poker site throughout the week promises to be amped up, supersized, and not to be missed.

At UB.com, Race to 3 Sit & Go’s are the fast track to the online poker site’s $200K GTD on Sunday, December 5th at 16:00 ET; designated Race to 3 Sit & Go’s can be found at 9-handed single table Sit & Go’s, and are available at the $5, $6, $10, $11, $20 and $22 buy-in levels.

Any player who takes down any three Race to 3 Sit & Go tourneys in one day at any of the qualifying buy-in levels will receive automatic entry to a $10K freeroll on Sunday, December 5th  at 12:00 ET. This special freeroll offers 50 Seats for the lucrative $200+15 buy-in $200K GTD, set to kick off later the same day.

Along the way, participating in a bunch of the Race to 3 Sit & Go’s has an added bonus to be enjoyed at the various qualifying buy-in levels. Just like most things in poker, it’s as much about the competition and having an edge over your opponents that gets the adrenaline pumping. So, players needn’t stop trying once they’ve reached their ‘3-win quota’ for the $10K freeroll.

Most combined wins in the $5 and $6 Sit & Go buy-in levels reap players with the top 5 scores a free entry to the Cardroom’s Sniper $25K GTD on Tuesday, hosted by Team UB Pro Hollywood Dave. The five players with the most combined wins in the $10 and $11 Race to 3 Sit & Go buy-in levels win automatic entry to the site’s Sniper $80K GTD on Wednesday, hosted by UB Pro Joe Sebok.

Plus, players who place 6th through 25th in either of the $5/$6 or the $10/$11 buy-in ‘tiers’ will win entries to a ‘Second Chance’ 50 Seat Satellite for the $200K GTD scheduled for Sunday, December 5th at 13:00 ET, three hours prior to the big $200,000 Guaranteed tourney.

Players willing to take their shot at the higher stakes buy-in levels of $20 and $22 will be suitably rewarded, with those who have the top 10 combined wins at the end of the promotional period receiving a direct $200+15 buy-in for the $200K GTD the following day.

So, jump right in without the wait. There’s a designated Race to 3 Sit & Go tournament about to start at any tick of the clock at UB.com. For one week only from November 29th through December 4th, Race to 3 Sit & Go’s are the road to a player’s share of the December 5th $200K GTD prize money. Players at Absolute Poker, part of the CEREUS Poker Network, can also participate in the Race to 3 Sit & Go online promotion.

For full details of UB’s Race to 3 Sit & Go promotion, visit http://www.ub.com/poker-promotion/sng-races-to-3. Absolute Poker players can also participate as part of the CEREUS Poker Network. Find out how here http://www.absolutepoker.com/promotions/sng-races-3.

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