Omaha Spin & Go Challenges

To celebrate the launch of new Omaha Spin & Go tournaments, we are running special daily All-in Shootouts that will award €1,000 in Spin & Go Omaha tickets every day!

How to get your All-in Shootout ticket:

  • Head to your Challenges Window and opt-in by hitting the ‘Start’ button
  • Play at least two Omaha Spin & Go tournaments with a buy-in of €1 or higher in a day
  • A day is defined as from 18:00 - 17:59 CET
  • Once you have played two Omaha Spin & Go tourneys you will be automatically registered into the next day’s All-in Shootout
  • All-in Shootouts will take place daily at 18:00 CET from June 21 to July 12

What is a Spin & Go?

A Spin & Go tournament is a type of Hyper-Turbo Sit & Go tournament that gives players a chance to play for a prize pool that is much bigger than a tournament's buy-in would indicate. Each tournament has only three players, and before a Spin & Go begins, there is a random draw to determine what the prize pool will be. Spin & Go’s are available in a range of different buy-ins - find them listed under the ‘Spin & Go’ tab in the lobby (desktop) or the ‘Spin & Go’ tab accessed via the Lobby (mobile). Learn more about Spin & Go tournaments.

What is an All-in Shootout?

All-in Shootouts are Texas Hold’em poker tournaments in which every player is all-in every hand until there is a winner (or winners). Each All-in Shootout tournament plays out automatically, so you don’t even need to be online to win.

Terms & Conditions

  • This offer will run from 18:00 CET on June 21, 2017.
  • Each daily Challenge will expire after 24 hours.
  • You must opt-in to each daily Challenge by hitting the ‘Start’ button in your Challenges Window to have your progress measured. Any progress prior to opting-in will not count towards the challenge completion.
  • When you have completed the Challenge, you will be automatically registered to the All-in Shootout tournament.
  • Tickets won can be used to play only Omaha Spin & Go and will expire after 7 days from issue date.

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