Massive three-phase online festival plays out Feb. 7 through March 14
One of the most extensive online tournament series offered on the Winning Poker Network returns this month. The 11th edition of the Online Super Series Cub3d kicked off Sunday, Feb. 7, and continues through March 14.
Each edition of the OSS Cub3d includes three separate series, with each leg offering different buy-in ranges. The first phase, dubbed the Mini Online Super Series, is already underway.
Here’s a look at what WPN players can look forward to from the WPN OSS Cub3d XI series:
Three tiers of buy-ins for OSS Cub3d XI
Each chapter of the OSS Cub3d series is broken up into low, mid, and high stakes festivals. The low-stakes series kicked things off Sunday, with the Mini Online Super Series taking center stage on WPN.
The MOSS presents a paradise of affordable tournaments, with buy-ins ranging from $0.45 up to $85. The MOSS includes a slate of 139 tournaments.
The MOSS phase of the series runs through Feb. 21. The low buy-in phase of the OSS Cub3d XI culminates in Event #137: $50 Main Event ($500,000 guaranteed).
The MOSS Main Event runs nine different Day 1 flights throughout the series. The last of those opening-day opportunities comes on Sunday, Feb. 21. The MOSS Main Event then resumes on Feb. 22 and plays down to a winner.
The other two phases then follow, with the Online Super Series running from Feb. 22 through March 8. The OSS phase of the Cub3d XI festival includes buy-ins ranging from $16.50 up to $2,650.
The OSS leg of the series features a $630 buy-in Main Event with a $1 million guaranteed prize pool. That tournament begins Sunday, March 7.
Once the OSS is complete, the Big Online Super Series then runs March 8-14. Check back with Poker.org for more specifics on the BOSS event schedule.
Playing OSS Cub3d XI tournaments on WPN
U.S. players can play on WPN through one of three skins. Use the following links to download Americas Cardroom, Black Chip Poker, or True Poker. Whichever site you choose, click on “Download Now” to download the online poker client on your computer.
WPN also includes international skins like Ya Poker and Poker King. These two sites aren’t accessible in the U.S., but both share player pools with WPN’s U.S. sites.
Once you’ve downloaded a WPN skin and registered a new account, use the “Deposit” link at the bottom right of the main lobby to access all of the different deposit options.
Click on the “Tourney” tab at the top of the main lobby to bring up WPN’s entire selection of multi-table tournaments. You can use the “Filters” tab at the bottom right of the lobby to search for MOSS, OSS, and BOSS events when they become available.