The U Series of Poker – Poker 2U Taiwan Series is coming up in just a few weeks and what better way to jumpstart your plans than by taking advantage of the Early Bird Packages. Two types of packages are offered.
Early Bird Standard Package – US$ 600
The Early Bird Standard Package costs US$ 600. It gets you a Main Event Day 1A ticket along with Bubble Protection. That’s roughly US$ 60 cheaper than paying full price! For those new to the Bubble Protection incentive, it is activated when a player falls on the bubble and doesn’t qualify for Day 2A. The player will be compensated with a free ticket to Main Event Day 1B. Bubble Protection does not apply for Day 1A re-entries.
Early Bird Premium Package – US$ 1,733
The Early Bird Premium Package is the mother lode of goodies with players receiving multiple tickets at a price of just US$ 1,733. Players availing of this package will receive Day 1A tickets and Bubble Protection for each of the events listed below:
Kick Off – February 10, 2023
Mystery Bounty – February 11, 2023
Main Event – February 15, 2023
Megastack – February 18, 2023
Bubble Protection does not apply for Day 1A re-entries. In addition, the Premium Package comes with a gift bag filled with exclusive tournament merchandise such as a Poker2U cap, a Poker2U hoodie, and a USOP power-bank.
Book your spot at U Series of Poker today!
To understand more about these Early Bird Packages, contact the hotlines listed below. The hotlines are active 24/7 and are available in English and in Chinese. Tournament officials will be happy to assist you with all the information.
LINE – @usop
Whatsapp – +60176262918
The U Series of Poker – Poker 2U Taiwan Series takes place from February 10 to 19 at the Chinese Texas Hold’em Poker Association (CTP Club) in Taipei City. The schedule features 23 tournaments and TWD 20 Million (~US$ 625,600) in guarantees. A slight change has been made to the schedule. The NLH Crazy 10 has been replaced by a Ladies Event.
USOP – Poker 2U Taiwan Series full schedule
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