How to Qualify for Champion Chip

As early as now, we would like to tell you that to qualify for Champion Chip, you can also either go through Bwin’s qualifying structure or buy-in directly to the event. When you decide to go through Bwin’s qualifying structure, you will then need to either take the Sit & Go Tournament route or else the Scheduled Tournament route. When you decide to buy-in directly to the event, of course you will need to have the money.

You have freedom to choose what will you do to qualify for Champion Chip. You can go through Bwin’s qualifying structure if you want or else buy-in directly. However, if you’d go for the former, you have to either take the Sit & Go Tournament route or else the Scheduled Tournament route. With the Sit & Go Tournament route, you have to win a ticket to the Final by making it at qualifiers like $10+1, $20+2, and $30+3. With the Scheduled Tournament route, you also have to win a ticket to the Final but by making it at qualifiers like $1+0.20, $2+0.25, $5+0.50, $10+1, $10+1, $20+2, $30+3 and $5+0.50.

If you think it will be easier for you to just buy-in directly to Champion Chip, then go ahead and just do so. There is nothing wrong about it, most likely, you have the money.

But generally, there is also nothing wrong about going through Bwin’s qualifying structure. Just like what we have said in one of our very recent articles, there is nothing wrong about it as you will have more chances to get experience and hone some of your skills. Thus, you can decide to go through Bwin’s qualifying structure if you feel it is the best thing to do. Just have patience and give your best.

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