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$200k every Sunday at UltimateBet
Every Sunday at 5:30 p.m. ET, UltimateBet kicks off its $200k guaranteed tournament. Thanks to this series of tournaments, Sundays have become the ultimate tournament day.
For years now, UltimateBet has been running a weekly $200k guarantee tourney. UltimateBet is proud to say that this player favorite is still going strong, with online satellites running daily for a discounted line into the action.
The $200k guarantee sports a $200+$15 buy-in, with first place winning around $80,000 - not too shabby for a lazy Sunday. If $200 is too much of an investment for you, or you just don't feel like paying the full buy-in, UltimateBet offers multiple satellites to get your seat:
Multiple Daily Turbo Rebuys: For $5+$50¢, you can enter into a daily turbo rebuy tourney, this being the cheapest way to win your seat into the $200k. If you'd like to play in a similar tourney with fewer players, the same tourney is also run with a $15+$1.50 buy-in.
Three Seats Guaranteed: For only $10+$1 to enter, the top three finishers receive their $200k tourney gold ticket, simple.
Special Saturday Satellites: On Saturdays you'll find a $25+$2.50 short-stack tourney, and a $40+$4 deep stack tourney, with the winners being awarded $200k tickets.
There will also be three different sit-and-go satellite tables running on Saturdays:
- $200k GTD Regular $35+$3.50 SnG
- $200k GTD Turbo $50+$5 SnG
- $200l GTD Regular $50+$5 SnG
With some of the world's best online tournament structures, and some of the quickest game play, UltimateBet is a common player favorite for online tournaments. If you're not a member, sign up now to get yourself into the action, and win your share of a guaranteed $200,000.
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