Last Chance to Grab the WPN´s OSS XIV Reload Bonus

WPN OSS 14 Reload BonusThe Winning Poker Network is giving players an opportunity to reload their accounts ahead of the OSS XIV tournament series and receive a 50% bonus up to $300.

On Wednesday, the Winning Poker Network´s Online Super Series XIV gets underway with a packed schedule of eighty-two tournaments, guaranteeing more than $3.5 million in prize money. The series runs until Sunday 14th October, when the climax of the series is a $1 million guaranteed Main Event.

Prior to OSS XIV, sites on the Winning Network are giving players the opportunity to reload their accounts and receive a 50% bonus up to a maximum bonus amount of $300. Whether or not you need to add funds to your account ahead of the tournament series, the reload bonus is well worth taking advantage of. However, in order to take advantage of the bonus offer, you will have to act quickly.

More about the Online Super Series XIV

It has been a while since the Winning Poker Network (WPN) hosted a standalone Online Super Series. Most recently, the Network has combined the standard tournament series with its “Mini” buy-in version (MOSS) and its “Bigger” buy-in version (BOSS) to create OSS Cub3d. Consequently, whereas players will be familiar with the concept of the series, there are some changes to be aware of.

Among the things that have stayed the same are the massive range of buy-ins (starting from $0.55), the wide choice of games formats (from knockout PLO Hi/Lo tournaments to the Final Table Experience event), and an exceptional tournament to cap the series off – the $1 million guaranteed Main Event getting underway at 3:00pm (ET) on Sunday 14th October with the standard buy-in of $540.

What´s new are nightly 6Plus Hold´em tournaments – tournaments similar to regular NL Hold´em tournaments except cards with a value from deuce to five are removed from the pack. The removal of the low-value cards not only increases the likelihood of players being dealt a premium opening hand, but also adjusts the hand order as it is easier to make a Full House than it is to make a Flush.

6Plus Hold´em Order of Hands
Royal Flush 3 of a Kind
Straight Flush Straight
4 of a Kind Two Pairs
Flush One Pair
Full House High Card
6 Plus Hold´em has been played on the Winning Poker Network in cash game format for a couple of weeks, but this is the first opportunity players will have to try the game in tournament format. During OSS XIV, tournaments will be hosted in 4-Max, 6-Max, 8-Max and Full Ring versions, with buy-ins ranging from $0.55 to $530. More about this exciting change to the Online Super Series below:

The OSS XIV Reload Bonus Offer Ends Tomorrow

It is not unusual for the Winning Poker Network to host a reload bonus offer around its big tournament series, but recently they have been tiered bonuses inasmuch as the value of the bonus and the length of time you have to clear it are related to the amount of money you deposit. The OSS XIV reload bonus is far more straightforward – but you only have today and tomorrow to take advantage of it.

In order to grab your reload bonus visit the cashier at Americas Cardroom, Black Chip Poker, Ya Poker or True Poker, and make a deposit of between $25 and $600 using the OSS XIV reload bonus code “RELOAD”. Your bonus account will be immediately credited with 50% of the amount you have deposited and you have thirty days from the date of your deposit to clear it.

The bonus is cleared as you earn Award Points for contributing to the rake deducted from cash games or when you pay an entry fee to play in a Sit & Go game or multitable tournament (please note Sit & Go 2.0 and Jackpot Poker games are excluded from this offer). Every time you earn 120 points, $5 is released from your bonus account and credited to your real money balance. As I said, “straightforward”.

If you yet to make your first deposit at any of the sites mentioned above, you do not have to rush to fund your account, as the first deposit bonus offer is ongoing. However, if you have not yet played 6Plus Hold´em cash games, and you fancy taking part in some of the new 6Plus tournaments, I recommend getting some experience under your belt before the new format is launched on Wednesday.

Jacqueline Packett
Jacqueline Packett