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Easter Poker Tournament series at Intertops Poker

9 Apr 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Intertops Poker is running five special poker tournaments over the Easter long weekend – a variety of tournament formats, with $10, $15 or $20 buy-ins and prize pools up to $2,000. The Easter Experience poker tournament series starts with a freeroll on Thursday and continues with a $2,000 GTD re-entry tournament, a $1,500 GTD Omaha tournament and a $1,000 GTD R&A Big Batch. It wraps up Monday with a $1,000 GTD Bounty Tournament.

“Our tables have been busier than ever lately. All kinds of players from all over the world,” said the poker manager. “From freeroll to bounty, a little Omaha and a re-entry tournament -- we planned this holiday series so there’s something for everyone.”

Easter Experience Poker Tournament Details

1 -- Freeroll
3 tickets to 10 April $2,000 GTD will be won
Thursday, 9 April, 1 p.m. Eastern

2 -- $2,000 GTD
Friday, 10 April, 1 p.m. Eastern
Buy-in + fee: $20 + $2
This is the only tournament in the series with re-entry.

3 -- $1,500 GTD - Omaha
Saturday, 11 April, 1 p.m. Eastern
Buy-in + fee: $15 + $1.50

4 -- $1,000 GTD - R&A - Big Batch
Easter Sunday, 12 April, 1 p.m. Eastern
Buy-in + fee: $10 + $1

5 -- $1,000 GTD Bounty
$1 bounty on each player
Monday, 13 April, 1 p.m. Eastern
Buy-in + fee: $10 + $1

Also on the schedule this weekend is the weekly Sunday’s Sundowner Tournament where the prize pool will be $10,000. Players can win their way to the Final Table Sunday, 12 April in $1 satellites held several times daily until Sunday.

“Sundowner players know a good value when they see it. Buy-in is relatively low, and there isn’t a huge field of opponents,” noted the poker manager. “But the prize pool is huge!”
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