Ultimate Value Series (UVS) is back! The tournament series which assures ₹1 crore in guarantee will be back on the virtual felts of BLITZPOKER. This online poker brand saw curtains drawing on the glorious India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) July 2021 and is getting ready for another high-value series.
BLITZPOKER brings back UVS for poker players. It’s an opportunity to make every penny count. UVS will be hosted between 9–15 August. The buy-ins for these tournaments start at a minimum of ₹110 and go on till ₹3,300.
The series will host its marquee tournaments like Centurion, Deepstack, Monsterstack, Highroller, and the highly-coveted Main Event much to the delight of the enthusiastic poker players. The highlight of the series is the UVS #43 Main Event that assures ₹10,00,000 in the prize pool. This event has a small buy-in of ₹1,100 but assures a hefty prize pool to win from. Along with the tournament series, there is also a massive leaderboard that players can compete for.
Leaderboard prizes will be paid as 50% bonus money and 50% as power bonus. This leaderboard rewards its top five players. BLITZPOKER is known for bringing innovation to the table and this time too, with UVS, the online poker brand gets you some of the best tournaments. If you haven’t checked the Ultimate Value Series schedule, you should do so right away.
This series was mainly curated for players who do not wish to invest heavily in buy-ins. If you are not the one with a thick bankroll, then this is your chance to grab truckloads of cash. Time is ticking, so get registered on BLITZPOKER now! Start flipping through your poker books and also read articles written by mindset coach Karim Chelli only on Gutshot Magazine.
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