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World Cup of Cards 2020 Rings in the Year at Playground

World Cup of Cards 2020 is about to have its upcoming edition at Playground Poker Club in Kahnawake. As many as 22 live and online events are about to make the first weeks of the year even more special for Quebec players, as well as enthusiasts from across Canada and the world. Ring in the new year with a grand prize as a result of a spectacular performance at one of the poker tournaments up for grabs.

Mandatory entry fees for World Cup of Cards events would range from CA$110 and CA$1,100, allowing a wider range of players to enter them and compete for the top position on the leader board. Poker action would commence on January 19 with three live and one online tournament. The 8-Max Deepstack Re-entry event comes with a CA$200 + CA$120 buy-in and guaranteed prize pool of CA$20,000.

Poker Action Commences

A riveting online offering on that day would be the Grand Prix Canada Day 1A Online coming with an entry fee of CA$200 + CA$20 and a guaranteed prize pool reaching CA$500,000. January 20 is going to be the next poker day with even more riveting offerings. The Grand Prix Canada Day 1B Online would commence at 7 p.m.

An event projected to attract quite the attention would be the 6-Max 50/50 Bounty Re-entry with an entry fee of CA$100 + CA$20 + CA$100 and a guaranteed prize pool reaching CA$20,000. January 21 would be another generous day within the rich schedule of the World Cup of Cards 2020. Live and online events would launch at 7 p.m., both featuring exciting cash prizes.

The Single Rebuy event with a CA$100 + CA$10 buy-in would welcome players with its CA$10,000 in prizes. Meanwhile, the third online starting flight of the Grand Prix Canada event is about to welcome another batch of poker enthusiasts under the same conditions. The online portion of starting flights would continue while live action related to this event commences on the following day.

Grand Prix Canada

Grand Prix Canada Day 1A and Day 1B are going to transform January 22 into one of the most action-packed days of this poker festival. Online action would also continue with the Grand Prix Canada Day 1D Online. Players would also treat themselves to a Crazy Pineapple 8-Max Re-entry with CA$100 + CA$10 buy-in. Two more live starting flights are set to take place on January 23, joined by Grand Prix Canada Day 1E Online, once again offering convenient remote action.

The following two days are scheduled to bring as many as six starting flights of this event, elevating their total amount to ten live and five online ones. The official Day 2 of this event would transform January 26 into a reunion day for all survivors of the starting flights. Live players would also meet online participants for the first time. That Sunday is also going to greenlight the Strangers in the Night event with the first starting flight.

The latter has a mandatory buy-in of CA$150 + CA$25 and a guaranteed prize pool of CA$75,000. Grand Prix would have its final table on January 27 with major prizes up for grabs. Strangers in the Night would also bring Day 1B and Day 1C for a chance of winning some of the top prizes of this event. A satellite event is projected to close the night – the Playground 1000 Satellite Turbo Re-entry with a CA$150 + CA$15 buy-in.