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Prove Yourself Against Pro Team770 in Bounty Pro770

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To be the best, you have to beat the best, or so the old adage goes. Now, Poker770 is giving you the chance to prove yourself against Pro Team770 every day of the week in the "Bounty Pro770" tournaments, where you can win up to $50,000 and a year’s sponsorship.

The daily "Bounty Pro770" tournaments will take place at 8pm (lobby time) seven days a week, and the buy-in is only €5.00! You’ll have the opportunity to play against members of Pro Team770 such as Jamel “Jmo770” Maistriaux, Yann “Keyava770” Enzinger, Julian “Julianherold123” Herold, and Paco “Eltren770” Torres, and each time you knock out a pro, you’ll collect a bounty. The more pros you knock out, the bigger the prize.

Here is what you stand to win if you emerge victorious over the pros:

  • $100—If you knock out one Pro
  • $500—If you knock out two pros in the same week
  • $1,000—If you knock out one pro who has already taken one bounty in the tournament
  • $2,000—If you knock out three pros in the same week
  • $50,000 + One Year of Sponsorship in Pro Team 770—If you knock out four pros in the same week

The "Bounty Pro770" tournaments are running now, so don’t miss your chance at taking on the pros to becomg a pro!

Below is the player schedule for Pro Team770 in the "Bounty Pro770" tournaments:

Monday: Jamel “Jmo770” Maistriaux or Paco “Eltren770” Torres
Tuesday: Afroditaluna or Julian “Julianherold123” Herold
Wednesday: Oanhtime or Yann “Keyava770” Enzinger
Thursday: Genijosiane or Paco “Eltren770” Torres
Friday: LALAPALOOLALALA or Julian “Julianherold123” Herold

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