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Take on DeadMau5 at poker in the $10K GG Legends Bounty feat. deadmau5
- The $10K GG Legends Bounty feat. deadmau5 takes place on April 10
- Enter for your chance to play poker against DeadMau5
- A bounty has been placed on the music producer's head
- Enter the GG Spring Festival at GGPoker
Fancy your chances of beating world-famous electronic music producer DeadMau5 over a game of poker? You can do that in the $10K GG Legends Bounty feat. deadmau5 on April 10.
Six-time Grammy Award nominated star Deadmau5 has teamed up with online poker site GGPoker for the record-breaking GG Spring Festival.
A guarantee massive $150,000,000 is on offer in prizes over 330+ events between April 4 and April 25 - a prize pool figure that surpasses any previous online series.
The $10K GG Legends Bounty feat. deadmau5 is one of the tournaments and you can win big by taking on the Canadian.
A bounty has been placed on his head for any players to claim if they knock out the music producer.
To take on DeadMau5, visit GGPoker (the bonus code NEWBONUS can be used if you haven't got an account yet) and get involved in the action.
$10K GG Legends Bounty feat. deadmau5Enter the tournament at GGPoker on April 10ENTER HERE
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DeadMau5 got the GG Spring Festival off to a bang with an online houseparty streamed live on GGPoker.TV on April 3.
The GG Spring Festival is not limited to high-stake players with the 300-plus tournaments featuring a variety of buy-in amounts to attract casual players.
The $10 million Guaranteed Main Event-H No Limit Hold’em $1,500 buy-in and the $10 million Guaranteed Super Millions Main Event-H No Limit Hold’em $10,300 buy-in are the two main events.
There is also a $2.5 million Guaranteed Headliner-M No Limit Hold’em $400 buy-in competition.
A total of 39 tournaments will carry at least $1 million or higher in prize pools.