Wild $50,000 Thanksgiving Blackjack Tournament

Wild $50,000 Thanksgiving Blackjack Tournament

Those celebrating Thanksgiving weekend under Coronavirus lockdown now have an excellent opportunity to both stay entertained and pocket some extra cash, without having to leave the house. This is thanks to a real money blackjack competition beginning yesterday that’s guaranteed to make a few lucky individuals tremendously jolly over the holidays, or at least a little richer.

Running over at U.S. Wild Casino, the $50,000 Thanksgiving Blackjack Tournament is paying out 50 top leaderboard finishers on Monday night, ensuring numerous families can afford extra cranberry sauce to accompany their succulent turkeys. It’s free for members to enter, participants receiving 500 tournament chips to split, hit, and double down, hopefully executing successful decisions to climb up the standings.

Wild Casino Sign Up BannerThose busting out can take another shot at improving their score by buying back in for $5 an unlimited number of times, each unlocking $500 additional chips. Ultimately, 1st place wins $15,000, 2nd receives $10,000, 3rd pockets $7,000, amounts then descending from $4,500 to $100 for positions 4th to 50th.

Supplementary funds must be spent within 7 days once issued since any remaining balances are forfeited and lost forever. Also, Wild Casino bonuses may only be used on specific products because Live Dealer tables, specialty games, and progressive jackpot slots are all excluded. Lastly, cashouts from winnings are capped at 2x prize amount and hold a 50x rollover requirement to clear and withdraw.

People of all skill levels are welcome as everyone possesses varying experience playing 21 and few know the “textbook decisions” to make in each situation. The furious action ends on Monday, November 30th 2020 at 11:59pm ET, so register now to start ascending the rankings to grab a slice of their “wild” pie.

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