There’s no stopping GGPoker from coming up with new exciting tournament offerings for its players and fans around the world.
Yet another poker festival is now underway on the online platform, giving players the chance to win big without exhausting their entire bankroll on the line.
The Good Game Series of Poker (GGSOP) kicked off on September 12 and will run through to September 27, with a massive $6.5 million in combined guarantees up for grabs!
GGSOP features affordable buy-ins of between $2.50 and $50, headlined by the $50 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Main Event, which comes with a guaranteed prize pool of $250,000. The festival comes right on the heels of the hugely successful 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Bracelet Series which ended up awarding nearly $150 million in total prize money, the largest prize pool to be handed out in any online tournament series.
The massive success of the 2020 WSOP Online motivated GGPoker to organize GGSOP, with an aim to give low-stakes players the opportunity to experience how it feels like to engage in WSOP action, without risking a significant portion of their bankroll.
The online platform is also adopting a fresh approach to organizing schedules, with the biggest events taking place on Saturday. Normally, the busiest day of the week for online poker platforms is Sunday. So now Saturday is the new Sunday over at GGPoker.
Number of Exciting Events
Apart from the $50 buy-in Main Event, the GGSOP schedule also features a handful of other great value events, such as the $25 buy-in GGMaster [GGSOP Opener] which comes with a guarantee of $100,000. Players may also take a shot at the MILLIONAIRE Maker Jr which features $150,000 in guarantees for an entry fee of only $15.
Events belonging to the “lower” end of the spectrum include the $5 buy-in BIG 5 with a cool $100,000 guarantee on offer, which GGPoker considers the biggest $5 buy-in tournament of the year. There’s also the $2.50 MICRO PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP which will award a $10K Super MILLION$ ticket to the winner.
For a complete experience, GGSOP also comes with a dedicated Leaderboard which will see the top finishers walk away with a total of $100,000 in extra prizes!
All in all, the series features 54 events, recreating the recently concluded 2020 WSOP Online. To take part or find out more information about GGSOP, go to the GGPoker website.