With days still to go before the Winning Poker Network´s OSS Cub3d series reaches its $2.66 million finale, the network has revealed another tournament series for next month. The April 2018 High Five series will take place from Wednesday 18th to Sunday 22nd and guarantee more than $1.5 million in prize money.
There can be no disputing the Winning Poker Network´s OSS Cub3d series has been – and continues to be – a resounding success. Over the past twenty-four days, thousands of players have supported the series and helped create magnificent prize pools – prize pools that will encourage the network to run even more ambitious events in the future.
The OSS Cub3d series is not over yet and there are plenty more opportunities to win substantial amounts. Tonight´s feature events include a $5,000 buy-in Cage cash game and two tournaments with prize pool guarantees of $100,000 or more. Tomorrow sees a $200,000 guaranteed event on the schedule, and there is a highly anticipated $500 buy-in PLO8 Knockout event scheduled for Saturday evening.
Naturally, Sunday´s action provides a fitting finale to the most valuable tournament series ever staged by the Winning Poker Network. There is more than $2.66 million in guaranteed prize pools over six events, all of which are being supported by a comprehensive satellite schedule starting at Freebuy level. You can find the password to our own Freebuy event tomorrow night on our [geolink href=”https://www.usafriendlypokersites.com/wpn-freebuy-passwords/”]dedicated Freebuy page[/geolink] and Sunday´s line-up looks like this:
|1:00pm||$2,100||BOSS Main Event||$1,000,000|
|1:00pm||$215||PLO Sunday Special||$60,000|
|3:00pm||$265||Million Dollar Sunday||$1,000,001|
|6:00pm||$530||High Rollers Event||$150,000|
Another Great Tournament Series to Come
The Winning Poker Network´s High Five series may not have the same high profile as OSS Cub3d, but it is still a series worth taking notice of. Over five days between Wednesday 18th and Sunday 22nd April, the Network will be adding five feature tournaments each day to its existing tournament schedule – bumping up the regular $6.5 million per week in guaranteed prize money to more than $8 million.
The tournaments tend to have much more affordable buy-ins than the OSS Cub3d series (starting at just $2.20), and although there are a couple of High Roller events included in the schedule, sixteen of the twenty-five tournaments have buy-ins of $66.00 or less. There is also a good mix of structures, including 4-Max, 6-Max and 8-Max events, plus hyper-turbo tournaments and three Omaha-based events.
The High Five Main Event takes place on Sunday April 22nd at 4:00pm (ET). It has a buy-in of $420 + $30 and is guaranteed for $420,000. Continuing the “420” theme, the Network is adding a “courtesy break” at 4:20pm each day so that players can take a breather from the action. Although not yet confirmed, there will likely be multiple satellites and mega-satellites feeding into the High Five Main Event.
Another Event to Look Out For
In between the tournament series, qualifiers are still ongoing for the Winning Poker Network´s [geolink href=”https://www.usafriendlypokersites.com/wpn-hosting-qualifiers-live-cage-events-costa-rica/”]Live Cage events in Costa Rica[/geolink]. Each week, three players are guaranteed to win an $8,000 package to the bi-monthly events via a special Sunday evening tournament with a buy-in of $55.00. Players also have the opportunity to play in the qualifiers for free by finishing in one of the top spots in the Network´s Beast rake race of Sit n Crush leaderboard competition.
The next Live Cage event takes place over the weekend of 26th/27th May and, in order to book your seat on the plane to Costa Rica, visit Americas Cardroom or Black Chip Poker today. Satellites are running around the clock at both sites for the final events in the OSS Cub3d series and, with more than $2.66 million up for grabs over the next five days and a further $1.5 million lined up for April, you could enjoy a particularly lucrative start to spring at the Winning Poker Network.