The March Madness Bitcoin Poker Tournament Series (MMBPS) is already underway on SwC Poker. The leading crypto poker platform is running another of their online festivals, this time for a full 18 days, through April 4, 2021.
This series is slightly different than what you normally expect. Every tournament will coincide with a top-level basketball game. The sport is one of the most popular throughout the world, especially in the USA, and promises players a double dose of fun every time they sit to play an event. When SwC players heard this news they sounded more than pleased.
Lots Happening During the MMBPSThe next 18 days promises plenty of action during the MMBPS. There are no less than 40 events scheduled, each with satellites offering the chance to sit on the cheap. There’s no excuse for anyone who wants to play in these events.
Those players who like to grind as many events in a series as they can will be delighted to find out that there is a leaderboard with points and prizes. The top 32 finishers at the end of the MMBPS will also be invited to take part in a special series freeroll tournament on April 5th.
Any player interested in challenging for a leaderboard position and some prizes should keep an eye on the SwC Twitter account @SwCPoker for further information. The points formula will be posted prior to the first event kicking off.
- 2 Bitcoin GTD—$117,000 approx.
- Satellites for all tournaments
- Leaderboard with prizes
- Special Freeroll for top 32 leaderboard finishers
- 40 Tournaments
Although the majority of the tournaments will be NL hold’em, there are a few mixed games events scheduled. Many players like to chop and change the games they play, so if that sounds like you check out the schedule.
Crypto Poker LeaderThe crypto poker sector has been led by SwC Poker for almost a decade. They were the first site based around accepting Bitcoin and continued to grow into a platform that still dominates the niche. They hold almost every crypto poker record you can think of.
Something they are particularly known for is their bad beat jackpot payouts. The last one triggered in December 2020 when “Thisguy” set off the alarm holding aces full but running into “ToneVays” quad kings!
The pay out totalled 1.4 BTC which is worth having no matter how well off you are. So don’t forget to sign up for an account and get registered into the events in the March Madness Bitcoin Poker Tournament Series. If you want to challenge for the top leaderboard prizes then there’s no time to waste.
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