When it comes to innovative offers, massive deals, hefty promised prize pools, Spartan Poker leads way among other poker platforms. This time around, Spartan Poker is back with an impressive tournament with a guarantee of INR 25 Lakh.
Yes, Spartan Poker has a tournament worth INR 25 Lakh just for you. For all the poker enthusiasts, investors, brokers, entrepreneurs, corporates and others who tirelessly contribute to the game, here’s a chance to win big. Spartan Poker presents Moneycontrol Poker for People (PFP), which is a one-of-a-kind poker tournament where players can win INR 25 Lakh without depositing any money.
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How can you participate in this tournament?
1. Register on Spartan Poker
2. Play the online tournament and win massive prizes
Take a look at the tournament schedule:
The qualifiers start on 24 February and go on till 27 February. The main event will take place on 28 February. Before you register, there are a few details you should know about this PFP tournament.
1. The top 100 poker players from each tournament will get a chance to play in the PFP Main Event tournament.
2. Each qualifier tournament comes with a prize, and it will be a freeze out tournament. So, once a player gets busted, they cannot rebuy.
The tournament offers INR 25 Lakh in promised prize pool; this tournament acts as a freeroll as players don’t have a specific buy-in or a deposit to make. So players, this could be your chance to take home loads of cash in winnings. Start flipping your poker notes today and maximise your bankroll by playing in this tournament. Hurry up! REGISTER NOW on Spartan Poker.
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