Bwin Helps Decide Who Runs the Country


May 14, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Ever wonder who’s in charge? Bwin, one of the best-known poker rooms in the world and member of the Ongame Network, is helping to answer that question by offering its Weekly Country Showdown. Players in Europe, Russia, Canada, Sweden and a large number of other non-US countries can join the fun for a classic Monday night faceoff.

Players all over the world are invited to join Bwin at 9:00pm every Monday for this unique event; a battle for supremacy where citizens from the same country line up to take charge and win national bragging rights. At stake is a $3.30 buy-in tournament with rebuys, meaning that there will be large prize pools available for the people who rise to rule their country’s poker population.

While a fiercely contested event, the Weekly Country Showdown isn’t the only battle featured at Bwin Poker, with other hot promotions like the Contender Series and Chip Chaser, a unique tournament structure for those who are in a hurry. Chip Chaser allows players to jump right into attack mode, thanks to its “no blinds, just antes” format. Loose, aggressive players do well in this event, which culminates with an all-in battle after just ten minutes.

The Contender Series is an on-going format where every month there are tickets to guaranteed freerolls. Players who play well and play often can collect Market Points; in the Contender Series, the more Market Points a player collects, the better the freerolls he or she can join.

Whether players are battling for national domination or showing their rightful inclusion as contenders, Bwin is the place to play. Quick signups, solid software and one of the world’s largest gaming networks allows Bwin to help decide who’s in charge.

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