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Super Blitz Tournament: Win BIG Money Prizes this Sunday!

Stanislav Pavlovič | November 16, 2012 – 17:524 Comments | 3,053 views
Super Blitz Tournament: Win BIG Money Prizes this Sunday!

Just recently, have introduced cash tournamets, so it was just a matter of time when a big tournament would appear. Here it is. The name is Super Blitz tournament and you all are invited to win one of the 100 prizes.

Super Blitz tournament will be played this Sunday at 18:00 GMT. It will be available to every user of, whether they will be a Basic, Premium or Exclusive user. The prize fund is set to a whopping $345 with the winner taking a tidy sum of $30! In total, there will be 100 money prizes.

The entry fee is set to $0.5 for Basic users, Premium and Exclusive users play for FREE. Join the tournament now at the Tournaments section of our website!

Super Blitz Tournament

You can join the tournament in the Tournaments section of our Online zone.

P.S.: If you miss the tournament, you can still join one of the smaller cash tournaments. Currently, two Cash Blitz tournament are held every day.

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