A Quick Look At GGPoker’s Most Popular Multi Table Tournaments
When it comes to offering multiple poker variants, high-value tournaments, and a consistently busy multi table tournament (MTT) schedule, GGPoker definitely gives its rivals a run for their money.
In the last few months, GGPoker has done really well for itself and is quickly becoming a top choice for players who want to play in as many variants and formats as possible.
The site’s wide range of buy-ins also makes it possible for players of all levels to take a shot and win big! We list some of GGPoker’s most popular multi table tournaments below.
GGMasters is GGPoker’s top MTT, taking place every Sunday at 6:00 p.m. CET. What makes this tournament unique is that it actually follows a freezeout format, yet it offers one of the biggest guarantees which currently sits at $500,000. The Sunday tournament has a buy-in of $150, but if you cannot afford that, the site runs satellites starting from as low as $1.50, so you can still take a shot regardless of your bankroll.
GGMasters is also part of GGPoker’s leaderboard promo, meaning players earn Player of the Year points everytime they cash in the tournament. At the end of the year, those making it to the top 10 of the leaderboard race will win exciting prizes, including a sponsorship package worth up to $500,000 for the person ultimately winning the Player of the Year title.
GGPoker also runs multiple tournaments daily, with up to $50,000 in guarantees up for grabs from Monday to Saturday. Main Event buy-ins range from $22 to $250, and the guarantees could reach as high as $100,000 during Sundays, with the buy-ins remaining the same.
There are also dozens of daily tournaments featuring various formats and structures, such as the Daily Hypers, Daily Turbo, Daily Bigs, as well as Daily Deep Stacks. Take note that all of these daily tournaments, have corresponding satellites which usually take place 30 – 90 minutes before the target event kicks off.
Bounty Hunter Tournaments
You can also get involved in GGPoker’s exciting bounty hunters, with buy-ins starting at just $2.10. The game is played in progressive knockout (PKO) format, where each player begins the action with a bounty on their head. That bounty increases whenever you eliminate an opponent.
A total of 10 high roller tournaments take place at GGPoker from Monday to Saturday. Sundays are special as 20 high rollers take place during those days. Events with buy-ins of between $250 and $5,000 are categorized as high rollers at GGPoker. You may also take part for a more affordable price by participating in satellites. Guarantees on offer in GGPoker’s High Roller tournaments start at $10,000, all the way up to $250,000.
For more details, check out the official GGPoker website