Sunday Recap: Players show up in droves during Online Super Series

Yesterday marked the end of the first week of our Online Super Series, the middle leg of our very-popular $8 Million OSS Cub3d.

The Online Super Series will culminate with a $1,000,000 GTD tourney this Sunday, March 3rd at 3pm ET ($540 buy-in). The Bigger Online Super Series will then start the next day.

Now, here’s our Sunday Recap for February 24th.

$250,000 GTD for OSS Event #44 has great showing

Our OSS Event #44 was a $250,000 GTD tournament with a $1,050 buy-in. That cost didn’t scare away the 340 total entrants that saw the final prize pool reach $340,000. Top-3:

groothedegen -> $65,790
LawyerDad68 -> $49,300
McCulloch-> $37,400

Special Hold’em Sunday Special beats guarantee

We had a special $200,000 GTD Hold’em Sunday Special yesterday. There were 1,256 players who paid the $200+15 buy-in, resulting in a $251,200 final prize pool. Top 3:

1. Rufus Black55-> $43,910
2. FoulMatta -> $31,902
3. mikealtolusso -> $23,864

$100,000 GTD OSS Event #42 also has great showing

Our OSS Event #42 was a $100,000 GTD tournament with just a $55 buy-in. A whopping 3,752 players entered, with the final prize pool reaching $187,600. Top-3:

buxyta -> $29,885
2WonOh -> $22,005
Beezy119-> $16,209

Beast and Sit & Crush Live Cage Satellite

Our next Live Cage event in San Jose, Costa Rica starts March 29th. Yesterday, two more players won their $8,340 package to a 2019 Live Cage of their choosing in the Beast and Sit & Crush Live Cage satellite. A third player (birdwing) also won $5,570.

1. nakazamba
2. PLO.Casaer

Want to see your name in light nights next week? Just play next Sunday, March 3rd and you could be one of our big winners.

Also, check out our great daily tournament schedule now!

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