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William Hill Super Series Tournaments Unveiled

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jun/20/2011
William Hill Super Series Tournaments

The William Hill Super Series Tournaments provide players with an initial stack of 2,000 chips, with blinds increasing every 15 minutes. 

Scheduled each day of the week, the Super Series Tournaments adds cash to the prize pool up to £1,000 with an entry fee as little as £5 + £0.50.  £2,000 is added to the pot each week.  The more players, the bigger the cash reward, and William Hill maintains a hefty player pool as part of a massive poker network. 

The complete schedule of Super Series Tournaments is as follows:

Monday – Game starts at 19:30 and has £1,000 added. Buy-in is £10 + £1


Tuesday – Game starts at 20:00 and has £200 added. Buy-in is £5 + £0.50


Wednesday – Game starts at 20:30 and has £250 added. Buy-in is £10 + £1


Thursday – Game starts at 20:00 and has £100 added. Buy-in is £5 + £0.50


Friday – Game starts at 21:00 and has £100 added. Buy-in is £5 + £0.50


Saturday – Game starts at 21:00 and has £100 added. Buy-in is £5 + £0.50


Sunday – Game starts at 18:00 and has £250 added. Buy-in is £10 + £1

For more information be sure to visit William Hill Poker here.  Be sure to claim your £650 in cold card cash using bonus code GAMBLING911

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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