GGPoker Announces GGSOP Return With Over $7m In Guarantees

Last Updated on October 21, 2021 Author:Gabrielle Monet

GGPoker: Good Game Series of PokerGGPoker has announced the return of its Good Game Series Of Poker (GGSOP) which will start on Oct 23 and will run till Nov 7. The series will feature a total of 54 events and over $7 million in combined guaranteed prize pools.

GGPoker has put together a range of low buy-in events to enable players with limited bankrolls to still take part in this poker festival. Some of the top events for low stakes players include the $5 buy-in The Return which comes with a $100,000 guarantee.

The registrations for this event are close to 25,000 which means the total prize pool is already over $114,000.

There are also three $50 GGSOP MILLION$ events that come with a $1 million guarantee for each event. If the $50 buy-in is too high for you, try the $15 MILLIONAIRE MAKER Jr which has a $250,000 guarantee. The highlight of the festival will be the Main Event but do note there is also a mini Main Event.

Players can take part in the $5 buy-in GGSOP Mini Main Event which comes with a $25,000 guaranteed prize pool. The Main Event has a $50 buy-in and a guaranteed prize pool of $200,000.

There is also special event for female poker players. They can take part in the FLIP Ladies Championship which has a $25 buy-in and a $100,000 guaranteed prize pool. To find out the full list of events at the GGSOP, check out the GGPoker website.

GGPoker had a lot of success with its 2020 GGSOP which had a very similar format to this year’s edition. The 2020 GGSOP also had 54 events take place over a two week period but the overall guaranteed prize pool was only $6.5 million in prize money.

GGSOP Leaderboard

Apart from a great selection of 54 events and over $7 million in guaranteed prize money, the real money poker site is also running a special leaderboard during GGSOP. The leaderboard will give away a total of $100,000 in prize money.

Every event at the GGSOP will award a different amount of points depending on how well you perform. The better you play, the more points you end up getting. The players who finish in the top 100 on the leaderboard will finish in the money and take a share of the $100,000 leaderboard prize.

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