BetOnline Launch New & Improved Sunday Schedule1 week ago
BetOnline has come up with a new and improved schedule for multi-table tournaments this September. US players will now have access to even more events, as well as the chance to win more money.
The US-facing site has clearly been listening to their customers because there will now be a record number of micro-stakes events catering for those at the beginning of their poker career. An improved selection of turbo and bounty events will also be offered to spice up an already full tournament schedule.
“We’ve focused on delivering a tournament lineup that continues to excite, challenge, and educate players of all levels and bankroll sizes, so that each of you ekes out maximum enjoyment every time you step inside our online poker room.”
More guaranteed tournaments is another improvement that will attract the more serious grinders. For those looking to maximise their win rate, you needn’t look any further than a decent overlay if the opportunity comes up.
Newly standardised tournament times will help to make sure that no matter what time of day it is there should be a tournament that will suit you about to start soon. Improved blind structures, action times, late registrations, and starting stacks are all aimed at giving the best possible customer experience.
Players can check the new schedule on the BetOnline website, or on the software itself. Some of the more notable events that you should keep an eye on are:
- Sunday Main: $109 $60K GTD
- Second chance: $109 $40K GTD
- Saturday Main: $55 $20k GTD
- Sunday Warmup: $55 $25K GTD
Cash Games and SnGs
While the MTT schedule has been much improved, cash game and SnG players shouldn’t feel left out. From Sunday-to-Sunday there is an incredible $15,000 Cash Race with prizes for the top 100. The top prize is $2,500 and will be already sat in your account ready in time for the Sunday night major weekly events if you’re feeling lucky.
Check out schedule here for more information on these great offers.
Did you like this article?Tweet +0