While each state has an individual player pool, there is more than $100,000 guaranteed no matter where you are. With an average buy-in of $35, that’s a lot of value for smaller buy-ins.
Unlike the recent End Boss series, the Cheap Stakes series is aimed more at the casual or recreational player with more affordable buy-ins. Each game costs either $20 or $50 to get into, with guarantees as high as $20,000.
Action in the Cheap Stakes Tournament Series kicks off Dec 17 with $12,500 guaranteed across two events, and there are two games running every day through Dec 26, including Christmas Day. Get all the details about the series from our breakdown over on pokerfuse.
The Triton Poker Super High Roller Series 2022 returns for the first time in 2.5 years with exotic new Bali location.
Nosebleed poker is back on the live scene with the return of the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series after a hiatus of more than two years.
The latest announcement from the ultra-high stakes tour was profiled on Poker Industry PRO recently, with details about the exotic new location in Bali.
In February of 2022, the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series will be back with 11 events in a brand new, exotic location in Bali, Indonesia.
Beginning Feb 17 at Bali International Convention Centre, it marks the first time the nosebleed Triton Poker series has run since August of 2019.
The last time Triton Poker put on one of their posh poker parties was in London in 2019.
That series included a $1,050,000 buy-in event with $50,000 per entry going straight to charity, and the upcoming Bali series will also feature a game in Triton’s A Helping Hand Charity series — where part of the tournament fee from each player will be donated to charities.
It’s no surprise that players who want to get in on the fun in Bali will have to dig deep. The “micro-stakes” game for the series will cost $30,000 to buy in, while the biggest games are the two Main Events at $200,000 each.
Check out the full schedule and details on Triton Poker’s webpage and get ready for the first Triton Poker high-stakes tournament action in 2.5 years.
In a record-breaking day, Lex Veldhuis made seven final tables recently, binking three of them.
There’s little question Lex Veldhuis is one of the biggest things on Twitch poker, but he kicked that up a notch recently with a performance that upstaged even his own high standards. The dutch streamer ended up making seven final tables on the same day.
By the end of his day, the Dutch streamer had bagged three of the seven games he made the final table in, including a win in Hot Hyper $82 KO to finish the stream off. Catch an edited version of the huge day for Veldhuis at the YouTube link below.
The December Giveaway is already running but there's still plenty of time to get involved.
Christmas is a-coming and top online poker site GGPoker is celebrating with a tasty $10 million of giveaways during December. The festivities are already underway and run right through to New Year’s Eve.
GGPoker has announced the return of the WSOP Winter Online Circuit again this year, with 18 ring events through to January 9, 2022.
If you’re looking for a way to chase away the winter blues, top online poker site GGPoker has you covered with the return of the WSOP Winter Online Circuit. There will be $100 million in total prizes on offer across the month-long series which spans the Christmas and New Year’s seasons.
The series is already underway on GGPoker and repeats a similar series that ran last year. The series is giving players Christmas and New Year’s days off but includes action on both Boxing Day and Jan 2nd.
Interested players can find a full breakdown of the action, as well as a complete schedule, at pokerfuse’s analysis of the series, but there are a few big highlights.
Not least, players will end the series competing for $5 million guaranteed in the Main Event, but there is also a $3 million guaranteed High Roller, a $2.5 million guaranteed Colossus, and a few $2 million guaranteed events.
WSOP PA poker players have a chance to win added prizes, including tickets to the 2022 WSOP, in the new WINter Wonderland Series
There’s a new game in town for PA online poker players, and it includes $15K in added prizes. The prizes include tickets to the 2022 WSOP, including one ticket for the storied Main Event, and are part of the WSOP PAWINter Wonderland Tournament Series.
In addition to the $15,000 in extra prizes on offer, the series itself guarantees more than $300,000 in total prizes. With games already underway, the action continues through Dec 21 and there are still several $1,000 2022 WSOP tickets on offer as added prizes.
WSOP PA WINter Wonderland Tournament Series Overview
Dec 5 to 21, 17 tournaments, one tournament each day
$15K in added prizes including seats to the 2022 WSOP and Main Event
Affordable buy-ins from $55 to $215
Entry to the Main Event freeroll for playing 5 or more WINter Wonderland events
WSOP 2022 Main Event Freeroll on December 27
In addition to the WSOP seats, added prizes in the series include cash and WSOP PA tickets, awarded in a variety of ways including random draws. Check out the breakdown of the promotion over at pokerfuse, and plan your shot to win a WSOP ticket for Christmas.
Currently in beta, the new feature is aimed at Home Games but is currently only available on the web client for PokerStars.
Assuming the beta-test goes well, plans are to roll the feature out to desktop and mobile clients in early 2022, but for now, Home Game patrons on the web client in the dot-com and EU jurisdictions can play with friends complete with live video chat at the tables.
Players can mute themselves or other players, and also turn off cameras for themselves or others, so there’s no worry about privacy.
The feature makes use of front-facing cameras and microphones ubiquitous on devices and computers today, and players retain control of those devices while in play.
For now, the new feature is limited to Home Games and only available on the web client.
Once the beta is complete, however, all possibilities are open. Public cash games and tournaments could be created specifically for webcams, adding a new dimension to online poker.