WPT Montreal recently commenced its online edition to the delight of all poker enthusiasts looking forward to some premium tournaments and hefty prizes. January 17 witnessed the official start of the popular poker bonanza that has attracted thousands of players in Canada over the years. It will make the days ahead of February 2 much more riveting.
Poker festivals are renowned as the place to be when you are interested in poker gaming and you want to put your skills to the test. The unprecedented situation has made impossible in-person poker gaming part of the worldwide known poker festivals, but many of them have moved to online gaming for the convenience of their players. World Poker Tour Montreal was one of those.
WPT Montreal is renowned for its generous events and intriguing schedule, making it possible for as many poker fans to participate. It is suitable for both beginners and poker enthusiasts with some experience. There is also the riveting $2,000,000 GTD Main Event. Individuals interested in participating should head over to partypoker.com and explore everything in store over the upcoming couple of weeks.
January 20 will introduce the Omaha Knockout online event with $50,000 GTD. It comes with a buy-in amounting to some $500+30 and it is expected to attract quite the crowd starting at 7:05 p.m. Another notable event this Wednesday is going to be the 6-Max Turbo coming with a $20,000 guaranteed prize pool. Individuals interested in participating will have to pay a $150+12 entry fee ahead of its 10:05 p.m. start online.
WTP Montreal is renowned for its diversity among many other things and it is going to prove this on Thursday with its premium events. The High Roller coming their way will bring a 250,000 guaranteed prize pool expected to swell further due to increased online registrations. The buy-in for this event amounts to some $5,000+200 and it should be presented ahead of the 7:05 p.m. start.
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About two hours later on January 21, individuals will also get the chance to explore the High Roller Turbo event, bringing a fast-paced speed of action and hefty payouts. The $100,000 GTD event will commence at 9:05 p.m. and players interested in participating should pay the mandatory entry fee of $2,000+100. World Poker Tour on partypoker.com is also set to unveil a progressive knockout tournament.
It will take place on January 22, making this Friday a special day. Montreal Masters Day 1A comes with a guaranteed prize pool of $500,000. Over the course of two days it will aim to change the lives of poker players. The buy-in coming with it amounts to some $1,000+50. Saturday is about to introduce the 1B second starting flight of this riveting event, coming with the same conditions.
January 24 is set to be the final day of the Montreal Masters event, bringing the third starting flight at 4:05 p.m. Soon after that, the Final Day is set to commence and reunite all survivors of the three staring flights at 8:05 p.m. Stay tuned for more information on the vibrant WPT Montreal poker festival electrifying the online space.