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Global Poker’s Maverick O II poker tournament series kicks off

Global Poker's Maverick O II poker tournament series kicks off

The popular tournament series got underway on Monday

The Global Poker Four Beats Two Maverick O Series II started this week and is scheduled to run through October 15. The “All Things Omaha” series will have seven days of Omaha action, with 56 trophy events honoring the popular poker variation.

Several Omaha formats will be featured during the series, including PLO, PLO8 and Fixed-Limit Omaha, where entrants compete to win their share of 189,500,000 Gold Coins and 260,000 Sweeps Coins in guaranteed prizes.

The Maverick O Series II is one of the few online poker tournament series focusing little on No Limit Hold’em. With Omaha gameplay in the forefront and 56 trophies on the line, the seven days tournament action allows players to compete in 28 Gold Coin events and 28 Sweeps Coin events, Global Poker’s O-mighty GC 25,000,000 GTD Main Event 2R1A and SC 50,000 GTD Main Event 2R1A tournaments.

Players can also enter into Omaha ring games in Fixed-Limit Omaha and 8-Max PLO formats for the duration of the series. However, the excitement is far from being over. The Global Poker Maverick O Series II presents exclusive prizes for the best Omaha players, including the prestigious’ 4 BEATS 2′ Maverick O trophy awarded to the Gold Coins and Sweeps Coins event winners.

Gold Coin event winners can also snag a collection of exclusive Global Poker Maverick O apparel, including stylish Maverick O Series hoodies, t-shirts and caps. Sweeps Coins tournament winners will receive a selection of Global Poker Core merchandise.

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