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Tonybet to Host Online Open Face Chinese Poker Series

Tonybet to Host Online Open Face Chinese Poker Series

Tonybet, one of the biggest open face Chinese poker sites in the world, announced today that they will be hosting an online open face Chinese poker series, also known as OFC Grand Prix. The series will take place from April 26 to May 3rd and guarantees more than €30,000 in prizes through its 17 different events.

This is the second time that Tonybet hosts an online open face Chinese poker series and this time it will be bigger than last year. It is expected that hundreds of players will be participating in the games online and create fun and thrilling games.

“Last year we were the pioneers of online OFC poker and most of the things we did were done for the first time ever. Despite that, both online and live events received very good remarks from our players, which gave us the confidence to continue the good run,” A Tonybet Poker spokesperson said.

Players will be able to win free seats into Grand Prix events through cash game and tournament leaderboards. Furthermore players will be able to win cash prizes from the leaderboards and also a live tournament package to the next OFC Poker World Championsip. Players can enjoy two new OFC variants, 2-7 Pineapple and Progressive Fantasy as well.

“The two new OFC games we launched recently gained popularity among the players really fast, so we are really happy to them to the series. We will also be running a number of promotions allowing our players to qualify for the OFC Grand Prix events for free. We’re going to give away free tournament tickets to our twitter followers so everyone would get the chance at playing the series. Fifteen players will be rewarded with live OFC Championship tickets during the online Grand Prix, so there’s just so much to play for,” the spokesperson said.

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