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Global Poker Expects Major Overlays in Final Series Weekend

Global Poker Overlays
  • Global Poker has already paid out $20K in overlays. This weekend is going to be insane: $35K Gtd.

Global Poker wraps up its 2017 March Madness Series with over $35,000 in guarantees secured for the weekend.

Already, Global Poker paid out over $20,000 in just overlays, with their biggest tournament so far guaranteeing $10,000.

The highlight of the weekend, the Complete Madness tournament on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET, will boast a $25,000 guarantee and a $55 buy-in.

New Global Poker players can still receive 10,000 gold coins to play with as well as two free $weeps cash. With each purchase of coins, players receive $weeps cash, which they can use to buy into other games (like ring games and sit & go) and tournaments.

Players can cash out their winnings using PayPal in the U.S. and Canada. The coins have no value but the $weeps cash equates to $1.

The final three days of the tournament expect overlays with a $5.50 $weeps cash buy-in tournaments on Friday and Saturday with a 1,000 $weeps cash guarantee.

The more active grinders can qualify for the $10,000 Total Madness freeroll if they’ve seen 5,000 flops at the 0.25-0.50 and up level.

Participate in the madness before it's too late!

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