BetOnline Increases Sunday Guarantee for March 28

BetOnline Increases Sunday Guarantee for March 28

BetOnline wants to end March in style. Its online poker site has already been running freerolls all month as a part of Poker Freeroll Madness, and the big finale is set for Sunday, March 28.

While Sundays are already big days in the online poker tournament world, BetOnline wanted to add a little something extra. March 28 will offer its regular Sunday tournament lineup but add money to the main event’s guarantee. The Sunday Guarantee always promises at least $150K in the prize pool, but BetOnline is upping that amount to $200K this weekend.

Increased Sunday Guarantee

With so many players online to bet on their favorite March Madness teams, they’ve also been flocking to the poker tables to get in a few hands while sweating their bets. It seemed like the perfect time for BetOnline to up the biggest guarantee of the week.

That means the Sunday Special Main Event this week will offer a $200K guarantee for its regular $109 buy-in, which breaks down to $102.25 + $6.75. Late registration will be open through the first 24 levels, keeping in mind that levels are 10 minutes long. Players start with 200K chips. It is a reentry tournament. And the No Limit Hold’em tables will play eight-handed.

Evidently, players are ready because 233 of them have already registered with buy-ins or satellite tickets.

The tournament begins at 1pm ET, but players who want to win their seats will have an amazing opportunity to do so at 10:30am ET on March 28. For those buying in to the satellite for $8.40, they will get a crack at the 50 guaranteed seats. (That number of seats could rise, though, as nearly 400 players are already registered.)

Adding to a Busy Sunday Schedule

Between that $200K Sunday Guarantee and March Madness, some players will have enough action. But those who love poker will likely fire up a few more of the Sunday tournament options on BetOnline and SportsBetting.ag, too.

The list of BetOnline Sunday Majors is as follows:

–1pm ET: $530 buy-in Super High Roller ($50K GTD)

–1pm ET: $11 buy-in Monster Grind ($15K GTD)

–1pm ET: $55 buy-in Monster ($40K GTD)

–4pm ET:  $215 buy-in Monster ($50K GTD)

–6pm ET: $55 buy-in Monster ($25K GTD)

–6pm ET: $215 buy-in Monster ($40K GTD)

–9pm ET: $33 buy-in Rebuy ($15K GTD)

–9pm ET: $6 buy-in Rebuy ($5K GTD)

There are many more events on Sunday, though, all with solid guarantees. There are also progressive knockout (PKO) formats and freezeouts, and Sunday buy-ins start as low as $1.10.

 

 

About Jennifer Newell

Jennifer began writing about poker while working at the World Poker Tour in the mid-2000s. Since then, her freelance writing career has taken her from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to her hometown of St. Louis, where she now lives with her two dogs. She continues to follow the poker world as she also launches a new subscription box company and finishes her first novel. Jennifer has written for numerous publications including PokerStars.com and has followed the US poker and gaming market closely for the last 15 years. Follow Jen on Twitter

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