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Everygame Poker’s $40,000 SOFT Series Tournaments
 

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Everygame Poker is bringing back its popular SOFT Series poker tournaments designed for recreational players. Ten events starting tomorrow, 17 November, include two Superstack R&A tournaments, an Omaha HiLo R&A, two Progressive Bounty tournaments and one Big Bounty game. There will be a $2,500 GTD Thanksgiving Special 24 November, and the $25,000 GTD Final will be played 26 November.

Ten events will award a total of $40,000 in prizes. Guaranteed prize pools range from $1000 to $15,000 and buy-ins start at just $6.

Everygame players can use the same account to play in the casino, place sports bets and play poker. With a range of relatively low buy-ins, but large guaranteed prize pools, this series is specially designed to give less experienced poker players a shot at some real prize money.

“Side Events” include a Raffle, Cash Bonuses and free Blackjack. Players that compete in five or more tournaments (cash buy-in only) will be entered in the raffle for Everygame Poker merchandise (hoodie, t-shirts, caps, coffee mugs, towels, flip flops and more). Those that buy in to all ten tournaments will get a $200 cash bonus ($100 for 8, $50 for 6). Everyone that plays two or more tournaments will be entered in a raffle for 30 Free Blackjack Bets (10 winners).

Daily freerolls and Gold Chip events will award free entry tickets to each of the main tournaments.

Players can register for SOFT Series tournaments by clicking on them in the list of daily tournaments in the downloaded poker room or the instant play poker app.

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