One of the top online poker brands across the globe, Natural8 has a feast for each one of you. The platform presents Super MILLION$ week. The ongoing tournament series will run up to 7 March with USD 30 million in guarantees, across 31 High Roller events.
This Super MILLION$ week has a total of 31 events and the Main Event has a buy-in of USD 10,300 and a USD 10 million in advertised prize pool. The cheapest event in this Super MILLION$ week is the USD 108 Mini Super MILLION$ tournaments worth USD 250,000.
This series on Natural8 has three PLO tournaments and one Short Deck event. GGPoker Network (GGPN) has an existing High Roller schedule and the festival will continue with that as well. Other highly popular events such as the GGMasters High Rollers, USD 1,050 Friday Main Event and USD 1,050 High Rollers Main Event will also be part of the main schedule.
The festival on Natural8 is reminiscent of High Rollers Week, which ran on the GGPN in November last year. Back then, the flagship Main Event had a guarantee of USD 5 million and attracted 581 entries. In this newest edition of the Super MILLION$ USD 10,300 Main Event, an enormous USD 10 million guarantee awaits. Players can win their seats from as little as USD 10 thanks to the step satellite system, which also features steps of USD 108 and USD 1,050. Day 2 will take place on March 8 and the final table will be streamed a day later.
Day 1b: Tuesday, 2 March (18:00 UTC)
Day 1c: Saturday, 6 March (18:00 UTC)
Day 1d: Sunday, 7 March (18:00 UTC)
Day 2: Monday, 8 March (18:00 UTC)
Day 3: Tuesday, 9 March (18:00 UTC)
Every Day 1 tournament will have a total of 22 levels at 20 minutes each, and late registration will be available for the first 16 levels. Unlimited re-entries will be available during the late registration period.
Event #30 on 7 March, will conclude the festival of Natural8 with another USD 25,500 Super High Roller boasting a USD 2.5 million guarantee. The tournament is expected to also play down to a final table and wrap up the following Tuesday – alongside the Super MILLION$ Main Event.
It won’t only be the High Roller regulars who can take a shot at a big score during Super MILLION$ week on Natural8; the festival also includes nine events with buy-ins below USD 1,000. The cheapest buy-in of the entire schedule belongs to Event #23: Super MILLION$ Mini Main Event. It takes place on 6 March, Saturday, and all participants will battle for a share of at least USD 250,000 in prize money.
Daily special tournaments with a USD 1,050 price tag and guarantees ranging between USD 250,000 and USD 500,000 will take place till Saturday. Some of these have of late become a part of GGPN’s regular tournament schedule and will now appear in a bigger spotlight. Look out for the Super Tuesday, Wednesday Main Event, and Thursday Thriller as new additions for this festival.
Besides the Progressive Knockout tournaments, there will also be non-Hold’em tournaments happening during the festival. Event #20: USD10,300 Short Deck will take place on Friday, 5 March and feature a USD 250,000 guarantee.
In the mid-week Event #14 PLO players will have to dish out USD 5,250 to enter and win a share of at least USD 2,50,000. The final weekend of the festival will also include Event #27: PLO Bounty with the same entry fee but a doubled guarantee of USD 5,00,000.
The Super MILLION$ week is the first major High Roller festival of the year on the GGPN and you can expect some of the biggest names in the world of poker to compete for seven-figure scores, titles, and glory. Head to Natural8 now to play in these massive tournaments and take home hefty prizes. For more interesting content on more video games, keep reading GutshotMagazine.com. Follow us on Facebook, Telegram and, Instagram.
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