Two Ways to Cash In with the Unibet Super Double Trouble

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Do you ever get the feeling that some online poker sites only reward high volume and winning players via their promotions? Well, Unibet Poker is not like those online poker sites, they go out of their way to stand out from the crowd.

While Unibet Poker would like everyone to win each time they play on the site, they are aware, like you, that it is impossible to continually win at poker. Downswings are real and sometimes you cannot win a hand if your life depended on it, where your opponents make the most ridiculous of hands and where you finish the week nursing a loss.

This is where Double Trouble and Super Double Trouble come in at Unibet Poker, two tournaments that are only available to players who have endured a losing week at the Unibet Poker virtual felt.

Double Trouble and Super Double Trouble

The Double Trouble tournament takes place every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. CET and shares €4,000 among the top 10 finishers, each receiving €40. If you lost €20 or more in cash games between midnight on Monday and 11:59 p.m. CET the following Sunday, you can play in the Double Trouble tournament.

Those of you who suffer losses of €200 or more in cash games during the same period can play in the Super Double Trouble tournament where, again, €4,000 is shared among the top 10 finishers, each walking away with €40 for their troubles.

If you qualify for the Super Double Trouble tournament, you will also receive a ticket for the Double Trouble so you have two shots at winning back some cash, a nice touch from Unibet Poker we are sure you will agree.

Download Unibet Poker

Download Unibet Poker via PokerNews today and you will receive a welcome bonus of €200 once you have created your account. This bonus money is released into your Unibet Poker account when you reach certain rake milestones, as shown in the table below:

LevelRakeCash rewardReward %

The bonus expires 60-days after you create your account so get your grind on and see how much cash you can earn.

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