KSOP GGPoker Premium Keeps Busy Thursday


Thursday's KSOP GGPoker Premium brings first major...

KSOP GGPoker Premium kicked off on Wednesday with a packed tournament hall at the Sheraton Hotel on the first day of the event. Thursday is the first big decision of the round, and it promises more variety in a day of play in the series to suit all players’ tastes.

Warm-up costs the most and is the most effective game in the series The series has two more qualifiers later in the day. The first of these days, Day 1C, is scheduled to take place at 2 pm and the buy-in fee is always R$ 800. Day 1D takes place at 7pm and is the penultimate chance to get a seat on Day 2.

The highlight of the day was the High Roller Lightweight final day. The qualifiers for the tournament are set, and many good guys are still out there trying to win the event’s first biggest title. The last day starts at 14:00 and is broadcasted by MundoTV.

KSOP GGPoker One of the early new features in Premium was the PLO5 High Roller. The Five Card Tournament will run over two days, with day one starting today at 16:00. The tournament has a buy-in of R$ 5,000 and a guarantee of R$ 250,000. The competition is expected to attract many sports stars.

Two other one-day games will be played on Thursday. The first of these was a deep-stacked KO, also at 4pm. The tournament has a buy-in of R$ 1,500 and a guaranteed prize of R$ 100,000. Finally, in the middle of the night, Super KO (Turbo) closed the grid. The tournament buy-in is R $ 1,500.

Thursday's KSOP GGPoker Premium brings first major...


Comments (2)

  • This text provides an overview of the KSOP GGPoker Premium event, highlighting the various tournaments and their buy-ins. It mentions the presence of sports stars in the competition and the broadcasting of the final day. Overall, it seems like an exciting and diverse event for poker players of all tastes and skill levels.

  • Glover.yazmin

    This text provides information about the KSOP GGPoker Premium event, including the schedule, buy-in fees, and highlights of the day. It mentions various tournaments with different formats and buy-ins, which are expected to attract a diverse range of players, including sports stars.

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