Unibet Poker ran a very special promotion to help send PokerNews.com and PokerWorks' readers to the sixth edition of the PokerNews Cup. Players around the world were invited to play in the PokerNews Cup Rake Race at Unibet Poker and the results are in.
Netherlands' players "chingagirl" and "ViaFerrata" walked away from the rest of the field to take home the €850 package. Congratulations to both! Game well played!
About the PokerNews Cup
The PokerNews Cup is now in its sixth edition and dedicated to bringing PokerNews.com and PokerWorks visitors together to fight it out in a low buy-in event with the chance to win the big bucks and get to know other players from around the globe in a live setting. All the heat and action kicks off in Vienna, Austria, from October 9th to October 12 — for the small sum of a €250 buy-in and the chance to play for a piece of the huge €75,000 guaranteed prize pool.
Unibet stepped up to the plate to help two of our loyal readers play their way to Vienna in style and play in the PokerNews Cup Main Event by winning a package valued at €850 in a rake race that ran from July 15th to August 14th.
The €850 PokerNews Cup package had the following:
- A seat to the €75,000 guaranteed PokerNews Cup Main Event
- Three nights at the 4-star Hotel Roomz in Vienna
- €250 cash for travel and spending money
"chingagirl" and "ViaFerrata" Carried the Field
Two PokerNews Cup Packages were awarded. Big congratulations go out to "chingagirl" and "ViaFerrata" for their determination in winning the Unibet PokerNews Cup Rake Race!
"chingagirl" finished the race in the lead with an incredible 8,671.24 points! "ViaFerreta" won a package with 1,126.92 points. Going into the final days of play "ViaFerreta" had to feel a little uncomfortable with their point standings and holding onto a package but "chingagirl" outscored "ViaFerreta" by almost 8X in points accumulated and was W-A-Y out in front of the pack! "GOodORdEvil" was the third-place finisher in the points race with 497.37.
The top 10 finishers in the Unibet PokerNews Cup Rake Race:
Check the PokerNews Cup website for more ways to win your way to Vienna for the PokerNews Cup! But don't wait to get started, time is running out!