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Last Call for the Unibet Size Does Matter $10,000 Freeroll

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The Unibet Size Does Matter $10,000 freeroll is just a few days away and you've got one last chance to collect 100 VIP points and secure your place in the final tournament of this huge promotion. Today, December 15 is the last day for Unibet Poker players to qualify for the $10K freeroll so there's still time for you to start playing and secure your seat in the final event.

To play the Unibet Size Does Matter $10,000 freeroll you need to sign up to Unibet Poker via PokerWorks, fund your account, and start playing online poker and collecting VIP points. The more points you collect, the bigger chip stack you will receive at the start of the big freeroll.

And even though Thursday, December 15 is the last day of the promo qualification period, you can still collect at least the minimum amount of VIP points required to enter the event and receive your ticket to the $10K freeroll. All you need is 100 points to enter the freeroll and play for your share of the big prize pool.

For every 100 VIP points you earn playing Unibet Poker games you will receive 100 starting chips at the final $10,000 event which takes place on December 18th at 18:00 GMT. The more points you earn until the end of the day (December 15), the more starting chips you will have at the final freeroll. The maximum amount of points you can bring to the tables in chips is 3,000 so if you want to be the big stack bully from the beginning, that's the digit you need to be aiming for.

Here is a list of how many chips players receive at the Unibet Size Does Matter $10K freeroll according to the amount of points they collect during the qualification period.

Size Does Matter Final Starting Stack Amounts:

  • 100-199 VIP Points: 100-chip starting stack.
  • 200-299 VIP Points: 200-chip starting stack.
  • 300-399 VIP Points: 300-chip starting stack.
  • 400-499 VIP Points: 400-chip starting stack.
  • 500-599 VIP Points: 500-chip starting stack
    Above pattern continues in 100 chip increments until…
  • 3000+ VIP Points: 3,000-chip starting stack!

The $10,000 freeroll will be played as a deep-stack freezeout tournament which means that players with smaller chip stacks will have plenty of time to grind their way up and end up among top players that share the tournament prize pool. The cash prize will be shared among the top 20 percent of players to take part in the event and with a little skill and patience you could easily be one of those benefitting from the big freeroll.

Today is the last day to qualify for the big final event, so if you haven't started playing at Unibet Poker yet you should do it now. Download Unibet Poker through PokerWorks, sign up a new account, make your first deposit and receive our very special €1,000 welcome bonus. At Unibet Poker you receive the €1,000 bonus no matter how much you deposit – find out more in our Unibet Poker review.

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