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Mobile Poker Club Announces "Mobile Poker Series" with $10,000 Guaranteed

Mobile Poker Club Announces "Mobile Poker Series" with $10,000 Guaranteed 0001


  • Mobile Poker Club announces the "Mobile Poker Series" with $10,000 in guaranteed prize money.

Mobile Poker Club, the largest mobile-only poker room, has announced a "Mobile Poker Series." 
From Dec. 7-20, all the players in the Club will be able to take part in a variety of multi-table tournaments (MTTs) with a total of $10,000 guaranteed.

In addition to the usual MTTs, some of the events will be held for the first time in the Club, like:

  • Ultra Knockout, where bounties are 75 percent of the tournament buy-in;
  • Ante Up, where the blinds stay the same while the ante increases every level;
  • Shootout HU for heads-up masters.

There is a special series ranking with a prize fund of $1,000. The Mobile Poker Series offers a wide variety of buy-ins for micro-limit players as well as high rollers. 
The most fierce battle is expected for the biggest tournament of the series — the $15 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event with a $2,000 guarantee.

Tournaments of the series are shown separately and their names start with "MPS." A full schedule is available on Club's website page: Mobile Poker Series.

Each MPS tournament will also have a deadline satellite tournament.

In addition, Mobile Poker Club will offer special deposits with free tickets to MPS tournaments everyday. 
Mobile Poker Club supports Texas hold'em and Omaha on mobile devices with iOS, Android, Java, and Windows. Besides traditional real-money and play-money ring games, Mobile Poker Club also offers a fast-fold poker called Next!, regular freerolls, sit-n-gos ,and MTTs.

Mobile Poker Club, which has dealt in excess of 350 million hands, is the largest mobile-only online poker room with over 10 million registered users. 

To visit the Mobile Poker Club website, click here. You can also follow Mobile Poker Club on Twitter and Facebook.

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