Carbon Poker Doubles $50,000 Freezeout

Carbon Poker Doubles $50,000 FreezeoutCarbon Poker, which is part of the Merge Gaming Network, will be increasing the prize pool for the weekly guaranteed tournament on Sunday February 27th.

The hugely popular Carbon Poker’s $50,000 Freezeout Guarantee tournament promotion will make changes to its marquee weekly tournament by doubling the prize pool offered to players who reach the money. Instead, players will be offered a share of an amazing $100,000 prize pool.

The tournament has a $109 buy-in, with the option of 2 re-buys and 1 add-on in the game which will likely increase the guarantee over the $100k mark.

To attract many players for the new and exciting Freezeout Guarantee Tournament, Carbon Poker is offering a special tournament where players can freeroll their way into the $10,000 Freezeout Guarantee, with 100 seats available to the qualifiers.

From now until the start of the freeroll on Saturday afternoon, players are required to accumulate at least 500 VIP Points by playing in any real money cash games, tournaments, or sit and gos on the site. It will be possible to track the number of VIP Points you have accumulated everyday through the administrative tab of the games lobby.

For any player at Carbon Poker which can meet the 500 VIP Points requirement for the promotion, it will enable you to “Register” for the special freeroll in the tournament games lobby. For players in the freeroll, the final 100 survivors who take part in the 100 Seats to $50,000 Freezeout Guarantee will collect a $109 tournament token which can be used to enter the tournament on the following day.

Carbon Poker have also gone through a redesign on the online poker room. Instead of the black and silver logo and colors, it’s been changed to a dark aqua blue, black, and silver color scheme. There have also been changes to the tournaments.

All of these changes to improve the site come as no surprise. Carbon Poker is the flagship poker room on the Merge Gaming Network, which is the fastest growing poker network in the industry, and the fourth largest network in terms of traffic.