Wednesday, 4 September 2013
After sending last week's winner to examine the archeological delights of Jordan, Winamax Poker is returning to more familiar territory for this week's Sunday Surprise.
There's €4m in guaranteed prize money on offer during the forthcoming Winamax Series and the winner of this week's Sunday Surprise will be awarded a buy-in into all 57 events! That comes on top of the guaranteed prize pool of €80,000 and all for a buy-in of just €10. The Sunday Surprise takes place at 7.30pm UK time. Satellites are running throughout the week. The Winamax Series VII gets under way on 8 September and continues until 16 September with buy-ins ranging from €10 to €1,000. Top of the bill is the two-day, €150 Main Event which starts at 7pm on Sunday 16th September and features a massive guaranteed prize pool of €500,000. New players signing up at Winamax Poker can enjoy a first deposit bonus of up to €500 while existing players are in line for a 50% bonus up to €100 if they reload using the code WSERIES7. The Sunday Surprise giveaway will mark the end of a busy spell for Winamax who last week signed WSOP November Niner Sylvain Loosli to its pro team.
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