MANSION Poker's Grand Tournament Offers 50% More This Weekend

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Tournament players, who fancy a crack at some of the big online tournaments this weekend, may wish to take a close look at MANSION Poker on Sunday (Oct 28th). MANSION'S Grand Tournament is guaranteeing a whopping $300,000 – a huge 50% increase!

Regular UK PokerNews readers will already be aware of the guaranteed poker tournament action at MANSION Poker. The superb value from the sponsors of Tottenham Hotspur has always been impressive. Now things are moving up a notch at MANSION Poker this weekend!

MANSION bill this tournament as a "heat tournament" which offers a unique player friendly structure with two starting heats, or flights, simulating the same slow tournament structure favoured in many major offline events, including the World Series of Poker.

"As the ultimate 'slow burner' - with blinds starting at 25/25, 30 minute Levels and a start bank of 10,000 - players can afford to be selective with the hands they get, making it a popular event sure to attract a quality field of skilled online Poker players." Said a MANSION Poker spokesperson.

At MANSION POKER you can buy-in directly for $1000+$40 or participate in any one of the many easy on the pocket online qualifiers throughout the month (buy-ins from as little as $1) with satellites running right throughout this Friday 26 and Saturday 27 October (today).

Each heat runs for five hours, or until the number of runners drops below 20% of the starting field when play freezes.

All remaining players automatically earn a ticket to the Grand Tournament Final (Sunday October 28 at 19:00GMT), with chip stacks carried over from their initial Heat to the Final.

With a guarantee of $300,000 in total prize money coupled with a great tournament structure – it doesn't get any grander than this.

Ed note: Join MANSION Poker today and join in the Grand Tournament this weekend for great value guaranteed poker action

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