The GGPoker Network (GGPN) has become a fixed part of the schedule for high stakes regulars from all over the world with the $10,300 Super MILLION$ on Sunday as the highlight of the weekly schedule. Several other High Roller tournaments series regularly attract some of the biggest names in the world of online poker and a new festival will ensure further action-filled high stakes action from November 8th to November 15th, 2020.
As part of the High Rollers Week, which features a total of 20 events throughout eight consecutive days, at least $22 million in guaranteed prize pools will be up for grabs. It all kicks off on the first Super Sunday of the month as the first four events provide $5.1 million in guarantees. This includes a special edition of the $10,300 Super MILLION$ with a boosted guarantee of $3 million and the first of two GGMasters High Rollers ($1,050 buy-in, $1.5 million guarantee).
The only tournament with a buy-in below $1,000 then takes place the following day as HRW Event #5 will distribute at least $500,000 for an entry fee of $525. November 10th will host two events including a $10,300 NLHE High Roller ($1.25 million guarantee) and the most-expensive tournament as part of the schedule is slated to determine a champion on November 12th. With a price tag of $25,000, HRW Event #11 will pay out at least $2.5 million.
Two Pot-Limit Omaha Events are part of the schedule and mixed games enthusiasts can then also showcase their skills in HRW #14 Short Deck High Roller, which costs $10,300 to enter and offers a guarantee of $500,000 on November 13th.
More than $10 million in guarantees will be up for grabs in the final six events, which take place on Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th. All eyes will certainly be set on HRW Event #18 Super MILLION$ Main Event, which maintains the $10,300 buy-in and has a boosted guarantee to $5 million. Key Events of the High Rollers Week at a Glance
As usual, the Super MILLION$ will be a phased tournament and the action on Day 1 concludes when the nine-handed final table has been set. The High Roller showdown is then broadcasted on the following Tuesday at 6 p.m. GMT with delayed cards-up coverage and commentary by Randy “nanonoko” Lew as well as Kevin “Rotterdam” van der Kooi.
Poker fans from all over the world can sweat the high stakes tournaments through GGPN lead operator Natural8 and also purchase shares of their favorite players if they decide to sell action via the popular staking feature.
Natural8 will also run the exclusive Japan High Roller Festival from November 28th until December 6th which features a total of 115 events including 24 Major and Mini Events, 31 Side Events and 36 Satellites. This festival is not restricted to Japanese players and poker enthusiasts can join the action for as little as $5. The most-expensive event is Event #19 $3,150 Super High Roller on December 5th and the $1,575 Event #22 Japan High Roller Main Event wraps up the festival one day later. Stay tuned for more information and special offers.