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FRIDAY NIGHT MAIN EVENT

By: BlueMarket @ 06:44 (EST) / 196 / Comment ( 0 )

I have been testing a few ideas on Facebook regarding tournaments.
People were asked;
What would you think of a Friday Night Main Event to start the weekend off?
I have received positive feed back and a opinion poll is underway.
 
 
FRIDAY NIGHT MAIN EVENT
Regular Tournament Rules apply.
$5.00 + 1.00 buy in no rebuys.
25,000 players Max
Friday Night Main Event Tournament. [100K in prizes]
 
 
-What would you think of a Monday to Thursday qualify tournament called;
Weekday Challenge Freeroll Game?
10,000 Players Max
Top10 Advance to Next Round
Weekday Challenge Round 2:
Held Friday 3 hours before Main Event.
$1.00 + 0.10 buy-in no re-buys
40 entries from the weekday freeroll games.
10,000 Players Max
Top50 Advance to Main Event #1.00 for 51stplace 

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