World Cup of Cards 2020 would once again transform January into one of the most important months of the year for Quebec poker enthusiasts. Playground Poker Club in Kahnawake is ready to welcome the crowd of enthusiasts ready to take their places and go far in its live tournaments. Following the official Final table of some of its premium events, January 29 is about to bring the Final table of the Strangers in the Night event with guaranteed prizes reaching CA$75,000.
The beginning of the year is a special time, as it greenlights the World Cup of Cards, loved by players from near and far. Known as one of the most popular poker festivals, it would make January 2020 especially generous for some of its entrants. Over the span of nearly three weeks, players will have the chance to enjoy 22 diverse tournaments.
Generous Events Galore
January 29 is scheduled to see the special Seniors’ Event for poker pros and recreational players with a mandatory entry fee of CA$150 + CA$15. That Wednesday is also going to introduce the preferred by many 8-Max Bounty Re-entry with cash prizes reaching CA$20,000. The buy-in for that event would amount to CA$100 + CA$15 + CA$50, promising to see the overall prize pool swell even further.
January 30 would see three Playground 1000 Satellite Turbo Re-entry events, granting 16 players seats at the premium events. This would be a great opportunity for them to enter, as buy-in amounts to CA$150 + CA$15. The official first starting flight of the Playground 1000 Day 1A is set to commence on the following day with a guaranteed prize pool of CA$400,000.
This events comes with a buy-in of CA$1,000 + CA$100, ranking it among the more hefty ones. January 31 is also about to bring five more players closer to Playground 1000 Day 2 with a satellite event. The very first day of February brings the second starting flight of this event, as well as Playground 100 Day 1A. Poker enthusiasts will have the chance to enter this tournament after a mandatory entry fee of CA$100 + CA$10.
World Cup fo Cards 2020
Sunday action would once again bring players one step closer to Day 2 action of both the Playground 1000 and Playground 100 events, respectively via Day 1C and Day 1B. On the following day, all survivors would reunite for Playground 1000 Day 2. February 3 is also about to bring Playground 100 Day 1C and Day 1D, preparing for riveting action ahead. As the penultimate day, February 4 is projected to also be one of the most heated ones.
It would commence with a Playground 100 Day 1E Turbo, a rapid pace game welcoming everyone interested in great cash prizes later on that day. All survivors of this event would meet once again at 7 p.m. on that day. Playground 1000 have its Final table at 12 p.m. with tons of players returning for a fair share of the overall prize pool amassed. Players will also have the chance to enter an entirely new event – the Roll the Dice 8-Max Re-entry one, coming with CA$10,000 in cash.
All they have to do is pay the mandatory CA$300 + CA$30 entry fee. February 5 is scheduled to be the last poker action day for this World Cup of Cards. Playground 100 survivors would reach the Final table field with generous prizes for the top performing participants. The 8-Max 50/50 Bounty Re-entry event with CA$20,000 in guaranteed prizes would be the final event of this poker whirlpool.