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Satellite to the KSOP GGPoker Special provides six slots.

Many players are using satellites to the KSOP GGPoker Special in order to secure their seats and a piece of the $5,000,000 prize pool. So far, 38 packages and 15 seats for the Main Event have been issued.

On Thursday (16), the second $55 buy-in qualification drew 90 entrants, boosting the amount of guaranteed seats from three to six, further demonstrating the popularity of GGPoker’s satellites.

Bruno Ramos, also known as “Zika,” from Full Poker Team was one of the qualifiers. The winner of 2021 from Rio Grande do Sul qualified with the account “B Z R” and will head to Balneário Cambori in pursuit of a personal best score.

The runner-up in the Main Event of the Fortaleza 2022 stage, William Oliveira, has also confirmed his participation. The player known as “Uncle Scrooge” or “tiltducKKK” is a frequent participant in satellites to the KSOP GGPoker and was successful once again.

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Jhonatan Saenz “EL PODEROSO”, “RHunicorniu”, Jonathan Rosa “GOAT7” who had previously secured a package, and Yuri Lopes “Yuri-Lopes” are the other fortunate players who qualified for the premier event of the Brazilian poker circuit through the GGPoker site.

The qualifying players have earned the buy-in to the R$3,500 Main Event, which has a guaranteed prize pool of R$5,000,000. The KSOP GGPoker Special will take place from April 20-30 at the Expo Centro in Balneário Cambori.

Examine the nine qualifications:

Bruno Ramos “B Z R”

Jhonatan Saenz “EL PODEROSO”


Jonathan Rosa “GOAT7”

Yuri Lopes “Yuri-Lopes”

William Oliveira is a “tiltducKK” user.

“Mr. Elon” wins $139,000 after beating the KOSS SHR.

During this, the third annual KOSS, the temperature of the action never drops. After a spectacular run on Sunday, Suprema Brazil returned yesterday with a slew of smash singles.

$3,000 No Limit in Round 99 “Mr. Elon” won $139,838 in the Hold ’em Mystery Bounty tournament after eliminating 147 opponents.

$ 1,000 NL in Event 102 “SONSERINA1” won the Hold’em High Roller and took first place. He won R$45,179 as first place in a tournament with 246 entrants.

These are some of the other KOSS awardees:

For R$220, NL Hold’em Event 100 (1,354 entries)

The winning ticket was a whopping R$32,602 and was titled “M#D#A.”

Tournament #101: $75.0 No-Limit Hold’em (2,008 entries)

Night of Crime, with a prize of R$11,809

The $550 PL Omaha 5 Card Event 103 (207 entries)

This round’s winner, “nantompampoo,” takes home R$32,413

In the Bounty Builder Series, Amauri Gulchinski placed second.

Brazilian poker continues to be one of the main highlights in the disputes of the Bounty Builder Series on PokerStars. On Thursday (16) there were several important results there and the biggest one was from Amauri Gulchinski, from CardRoom Poker Team.

Commanding his account “Amauri410”, the professional was runner-up among the 1,313 entrants in Event #111-L ($215 Thursday Thrill) after hours of play. As a reward, Amauri secured a handsome $21,981.

Meanwhile, in Event #109-H ($530 Bounty Builder HR), which had a total field of 300 entries, Brazil had two representatives in the FT. The best place was Victor Pertile, “Per.V7”, from The Team. He pocketed $12,784 for third place. “neverstandard” was fourth and pulled in $8,632.

Finally, in Event #107 (US$55 8-Max DeepStack), where 2,182 entries were recorded, Brazil had two representatives on the podium. Luciano Hollanda, aka “Luciano S.H.” was runner-up and won $9,240. While “tzzex” was third and won $ 4,253.

He took the pizza box ploy and used it to steal a casino.

He took a pizza box on his casino robbery.

The odd Scottish setting and undertones didn’t detract from the expected incarceration resolution.

In Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, a man was sentenced to four years and nine months in prison for using a pizza box to plot the theft of a casino that earned him £48,000 in cash and gaming chips. Hassan Fallah, the guilty guy, was a client at a casino in Genting when he committed the assault and robbery. He had purchased a huge reconnaissance knife and a tactical face mask online before carrying them out.

Police discovered the pizza box, together with a notepad and laptop, in Fallah’s hostel room in Edinburgh after he was arrested in connection with a raid on the Genting Casino in Fountain Park. The pizza box was covered in notes from the robber, who planned his getaway and wrote, “Here, change, become a place to be anonymous: hoodie, mask + face mask before razor, change clothing, escape plan.” He also created a “how much money do I truly need” wish list filled with luxury stuff.

Several instances of “stealing” and “won’t get caught, remain under budget” were also found in his writing. ‘I have to conceal the money, don’t boast too much, don’t spend it in shops,’ he wrote in a notepad. He also said that the tokens might be buried and that the money would not be held at the shelter.

He did it, right? At least none of the stolen goods have been located as of yet.

During the heist, Fallah, 23, flashed the huge knife and threatened another worker with it before making off with cash and chips. He then forced an employee to unlock a locked door to enter the casino.

“This was a premeditated and targeted robbery with the use of a weapon and took place four months after he was released from jail on a 13-month term,” said assistant attorney Louise Beattie. The earlier convictions for stealing, weapon possession, racist abuse, violence, and spitting on security officials led to Fallah’s incarceration.

Another heist from the casino

The robber confessed to attacking Ignacio Perez with a knife on August 9, 2021 at the Genting Casino, demanding that Perez unlock a locked door so that he could grab a mobile phone.

He also confessed to attacking another worker named Murray Brake, flashing the weapon at him, demanding money, going behind the counter, and taking £7,345 in cash and £40,800 in casino chips.

After the heist, Farah was identified by casino personnel, and police were called to his apartment, where they discovered £195 in cash, among other stuff, as well as a laptop with the search terms “Genting Edinburgh,” “casino robbery,” and “casino anti surveillance” on it. Fallah refused to speak with police after his detention.

With 35 more spots up for grabs, Day 1B leaves Cristian Franco in the driver’s seat.

Day 1B saw greater action at the Winamax Poker Tour Grand Final, which was to be anticipated. The data bears this out: the 218 entries from today add up to 337 from yesterday. With the additional 45 submissions from day 1C turbo, from which 8 qualified, we could easily have over 1,000 participants.

A Coruan named Cristian Franco finished the day with 702 points, making him the leader. Three players were eliminated at once, causing the bubble to burst, and leaving 35 players still in the tournament. The 35 qualifying piles look like this:

Cristian Franco 702,000 points.

Mantas Zobiela 570,000.

Kevin Ferrer 553,000.

Gremillon Moxenca 537,000.

Antonio Diéguez 521,000.

Iban Cortázar 465,000.

George Chiriac 440,000.

Christopher Marcodet 437,000.

Guillermo Gordo 416,000.

David Gran 05,000.

Emilio Navarro 401,000.

Alain Lenmann 352,000.

Ignacio Grao 333,000.

Alvaro Alvarez 322,000.

Mario Rodriguez 321,000.

Jorge García 302,000.

Ramon Fernandez 261,000.

Oscar Gironella 260,000.

Bruno Pombo 258,000.

Baptiste Bensadi 256,000.

Gabriel Corral 252,000.

Mario Avila 249,000.

Telusca Dmal 237,000.

Enrique Lago 235,000.

Paulo Simoes 216,000.

Leo Margets 213,000.

Pablo Alvear 183,000.

Benjamin Garcia 169,000.

Sergii Sakhanov 147,000.

Naegel Esteban 142,000.

Andre Dias 87,000.

Franchi Malcom 87,000.

José Benedí 84,000.

Cesar Seco 78,000.

Raul Gordo 60,000.

Leo Margets was on excellent terms when he departed Team Pro.

The Winamax Poker Tour final standings are shown below. Just go ahead and tap this link.

The final table of the Battle Royal was played yesterday, and José Salazar “tiosala” (€5,500) emerged victorious.

A new entry in the Triton series

The current Triton Poker series in Vietnam is setting records. The stage has already become the most attended in the history of the festival after only a few days. There were 166 participants in the inaugural GG Super Millions tournament. This was a series high point.

Yet, it lasted barely a few days. Already on Saturday, the buy-in for the Mystery Bounty tournament surpassed $20,000, setting a new record of 179 registrants. The event created a great deal of interest since envelopes containing unidentified prizes were available for drawing at the conclusion of the competition.

Mark Rubbathan, an ACR poker room streamer, won the event. He participated in an unique campaign that awarded him $100,000 in Triton buy-in and extra bonuses for coming in top. To achieve his objective, he spent 14 hours each day grinding and accumulating the necessary amount of points.

The effort to go to Vietnam was not in useless, as he won $240,000 in prize money for winning the event and knocked out ten opponents, allowing him to choose ten random gifts.

The Turkish poker pro won the top prize of $250,000, while Mark won $396,00, bringing his total payout to $636,000.

The whole “elite” of the high-stakes poker world participated in the event, including Jason Kuhn, Ike Haxton, Steven Chidwick, Justin Bonomo, Fedor Holtz, Eric Seidel, Artur Martirosyan, and Viktor Malinovsky, who were unable to reach the prizes.

The second event with a buy-in of $30,000 attracted a similarly remarkable field of 171 participants. At the same time, registrations for the more expensive event totaled only 139. Nonetheless, this is much higher than on the PokerGO Tour, where tournaments are far less expensive than on Triton Poker.

The poker community will learn about private cash games a few months after the conclusion of the festival, during which the best players will continue to compete in high-stakes tournaments for a full week. There are two more $100,000 tournaments on the horizon, as well as private cash games that will be announced a few months after the conclusion of the festival.

How are poker winnings taxed across the world?

Several jurisdictions have long since come to appreciate the potential revenue boost from legalizing and regulating online poker. This is why most developed countries now have tax regulations in place, despite the fact that they make no attempt to account for the specifics of online poker. The tax laws that affect poker players in various countries are the subject of our essay.

How nations throughout the globe tax poker winnings

Many aspects of taxes in online poker

Online poker players, like any other law-abiding citizens, must comply with the law and pay their fair share of taxes. Unfortunately, however, such specialized legislation that addresses their unique behaviors does not exist everywhere.

In many places, such regulations only apply to states where online gambling is legal, and even then, poker’s unique characteristics may be ignored when determining taxable income. After all, not all payouts may be successful.

In these situations, poker players must change their strategies and resort to techniques such as only withdrawing their winnings to internal wallets. In nations without well-developed gambling laws, gamblers must either pay the general tax rate or register their hobby as a company.

That is to say, it is crucial to always keep in mind the relative size of the tax rate:

Nations that used to be a part of the Soviet Union

The CIS’s Poker Taxes

Russia. As online poker is not recognized by the government, players must pay a 13% tax on the sum of their keshauts for the year using Form 3-NDFL. You have until April 30 of the following year to declare any money you’ve earned from “organizers of lotteries and gambling” outside of Russia in your personal account on the website

Ukraine. While the Rada has already allowed online gambling, the Tax Code has not yet been amended to reflect this change, therefore the current personal income tax rate of 18% remains in effect. Maybe, in the future, it will be lowered to 4% only for poker players.

If a poker room is based in Estonia and holds a local license, the player’s tax is covered by the establishment; otherwise, the player is responsible for covering it, as is the case with the first two scenarios.

The site takes 4% of the stake if the game is played in a locally licensed room. Thus yet, the nation has no poker rooms of this kind.

**No tax is deducted if the total is less than the threshold.

Online gambling is illegal in most of the nations in the area, and local players don’t brag about their winnings or pay taxes on them if they do.


European Union gambling taxes

The majority of nations in the area have a long history of taxing and regulating gaming profits.

The British gambling community is among the most devoted in the world. Royal subjects do not have to report gambling winnings if the establishment can prove it is authorized to operate in the United Kingdom, as is the case here (many top rooms have it).

Gibraltar, Italy, Denmark, Ireland, and Austria all have the same problem. It’s true that, with the exception of Italy, your options for legal poker rooms are considerably more limited in these nations. Casinos here are solely responsible for paying any applicable taxes.

Laws regulating gambling in Germany were just recently enacted. Formerly, the federal states were on their own to regulate this area.

When German players place bets at poker-rums that have a valid gambling license, the establishments keep 5% of the money. If they use the offshore site, they must report their winnings as Internet earnings and pay income tax at a progressive rate ranging from 14% to 45%.

Players from these three countries pool together and pay taxes between 25% and 30% on their profits. Similar rates may be found in Sweden, Norway, Belgium, and the Netherlands, thus they should be listed as well.

If your annual winnings don’t top €1,300, you’ll pay the minimum rate; if they top €65,000, you’ll pay the maximum.


The American Poker Tax

There is no more “draconian” taxation of gambling winnings than that levied against poker players in the country that gave the world poker. In addition, nobody accounts for the lost funds and buy-ins that were already spent.

In the United States, there is a graduated federal rate that ranges from 10% to 40%, and states also collect their share (often between 3% and 9%).

Canadian authorities only tax winnings of “professional” players, defined as individuals whose primary source of income is from playing online poker. The applicable interest rate ranges from 15% to 33%. These regulations may evolve over time as a result of the recent establishment of a distinct reserve in Canada in Ontario, from whence the vast majority of the finest rums originated.

Because to the widespread illegality or ambiguity surrounding online poker in Latin America, local players are treated by tax authorities the same as the general population and asked to make voluntary payments equal to their income tax liability.

There are two countries that do not impose a federal tax on gambling winnings: Peru, where the rate is officially 30%, and Argentina, where the rate is only 5% but where additional fees may be imposed at the provincial level.


Asian gambling taxes.

In terms of taxes, this region is very similar to Latin America, with the exception of China and the Islamic countries of the Middle East, where all gambling other than state-sponsored is deep underground. There are no special laws or rates, often no one cares what money you live on, and in fact, most players simply ignore the existence of the tax office in their country.

Poker players in Australia, which has adopted British laws, are in an even more precarious position. It’s impossible for local players to claim exemption from paying taxes to the government and sneaking through the tax office as independent contractors because there are no licensed rooms here despite the fact that such requirements have been in place for several years.

The following is what we can conclude:

The taxation of poker profits in the contemporary world is subject to a broad range of methods and percentages. Players in offshore poker rooms still have to pay state fees to the state in the form of income tax without regard to the field of activity in a large number of countries.

In the absence of normal regulation, it is common practice for residents of developing countries to simply not pay any taxes on cashouts from the rooms.

The United Kingdom remains the ideal place for a professional poker player from both a legal and financial perspective.

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Alex Scott, Global Director of the WPT, talks to us exclusively.

In 2022, WPT Global is a huge innovation for online poker. We reached out to Alex Scott, the room’s new CEO, to inquire about their future plans, ecological poker support initiatives, and efforts to combat cheating.

Alex Scott, CEO of WPT Global, was recently interviewed exclusively.

Come again to online poker

Excuse me, Mr. Scott. We value this chance to reconnect with you. You were the director of MPN’s poker division the last time we spoke, but you apparently left that position shortly before MPN’s poker division shut down. How do you feel about getting back into online poker after a long absence?

Alex Scott (AS): Working in fintech was a lot of fun, and I picked up some useful new skills, but I always knew I’d end up back in poker. For a long time, this game has been one of my greatest loves, and I still hope to make a significant impact on it.

I never expected to return so soon, but the chance to lead the group was too good to pass up via my work with WPT Global.

How closely related is your prior work experience to the gambling sector?

Poker players and the investors (in stocks, commodities, cryptocurrencies, etc.) I used to work with have many similarities.

Successful people have a common belief that they will be rewarded for their efforts to study and work hard in a highly competitive sector. They are able to keep their feelings in check. Students need to know how to handle money, whether it’s their own or money they’ve invested.

In addition, I have devoted a lot of time to the field of cyber security. It’s like a constant arms race between the cheats and the SB in poker and the stock market. In both circumstances, the stakes in this contest are quite high.

Is there anything special about WPT Global?

Let’s discuss WPT Global now. Why did you decide to take an interest in this endeavor?

I’ve seen a lot of poker startups come and go, and they rarely leave a lasting impression. They often fail to account for the full extent of what it takes to get started in online poker. The pressure to create cutting-edge programs, woo customers, foil cheaters, navigate tricky regulations, fend off rivals, etc. while turning a profit simultaneously.

Making a name for itself in a crowded marketplace is the biggest challenge facing every online poker site.

In my opinion, WPT Global has a fantastic shot at success:

Is there going to be an expansion of the lobby games available on WPT Global?

We do have a plan, of course. There are various unique game types and other elements that have never been seen before. However, we cannot discuss our plans at this time.

Ecosystem poker and dirty tricks.

WSOP Money List Worldwide.

When it comes to protecting the poker ecosystem and ensuring fair play, what steps is WPT Global doing (or preparing to take)?

Two of poker’s main issues, which have intrigued me about the WPT Global concept, are:

We use the same approach to solving these connected issues. Our machine learning-based skill prediction algorithm is one of a kind. It can immediately tell whether you’re a pro or a beginner, how close you are to using a GTO approach, etc.

Our mission is to ensure that all recreational cash game players may find games with other like-minded individuals. To ensure that everyone has a good time, we restrict the number of high-stakes players at each table.

In addition, we have strategies for identifying games that is not human-run. Once upon a time, metrics like average session length and response times could be used to accurately identify bots. We have developed efficient ways for determining whether participants have the same RTA or automation software.

But, the benefit of utilizing signals or bots only happens when your opponents don’t do the same, thus in theory, we could pair cheaters with each other instead of banning them. I doubt the poker community would embrace this strategy, but it would be an even bigger deterrent than the prospect of confiscation and the greatest method to make sure that ordinary players aren’t negatively impacted by the usage of such software.

Working in teams and the blockchain

GNPT Avatars for the World Poker Tour

Does it make sense to have just one table for the client to play on? When will it be possible to use several eybunches?

Until recently, multiteybling was not a top concern for us since our product was initially designed for mobile devices. That’ll be changing in the not-too-distant future.

The use of Chinese currency in WPT Global games is a major selling point. When it comes to the Asian market, how does WPT Global fit in? I was wondering whether there were any local strategic alliances. Furthermore, would the client have the option to change the interface currency?

Having high liquidity in cash games from the get-go was made possible by our partnership with a large Asian poker operator, as I indicated previously. You may have noticed that in addition to renminbi games, we also offer games in U.S. dollars. As our pool grows, we fully intend to increase the number of games offered in U.S. dollars. In the future, we may be able to use other currencies.

To what end does WPT Global look to the NFT world and the multiverse?

We are working with Gamavrs to expand into the cryptocurrency and NFT spaces since we know that many of our gamers are interested in these areas.

Soon, we plan to streamline the process of sending and receiving payments in crypto assets on NFT Poker Hero. The latter consists of a great deal more than just a token on a blockchain. It’s like joining a private club that will get you discounts and invites to play against A-list poker pros at the WPT Global in the future.

Alex, you’ve provided a wealth of valuable insight; thank you. Hopefully, this was not the last time we get to interview you. We hope everything works well for you and the WPT Global team!


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The new champion of ME RPT Armenia is Alexander Mityaev.

The next stop on the Russian Poker Tour concluded yesterday at the Shangri-La Casino in Tsakhkadzor, Armenia. For $33,000, Alexander Mityaev of Russia took first place in the main competition. This article covers the major outcomes of the event.

Newly crowned ME RPT Armenia champion, Alexander Mityaev

Maine Recoding

The RPT Armenia stop in Tsakhkadzor in July 2022 was the most attended of the six stops in the series. The number of entrants in the Main Event is a leading indication.

During July 15-18, 409 players participated in the Main Event of the Russian Poker Tour Armenia at the Shangri-La Casino, generating a total prize pool of $129,228. There are 47 players at the ITM this year.

Russian player Alexander Mityaev won the competition and $33,000, setting a new world record in the process.

Of course, the satellites played in BetConstruct’s virtual rooms contributed to the series’s overall success. As prior years, there were almost no overlays, and the organizers even held extra qualification events.

Let us remind you that the RPT Armenia Main Event only had 319 entrants last autumn.

Summary tally

Championship Round of the RPT in Armenia

In addition to locals from Russia and Armenia, one international visitor, Juan Garcia of Spain, made it into the Top 9 of the Main Event. But, his opponents were unfriendly, and the Spaniard was knocked out early.

After starting the game with a little stack, Mityaev soon moved up the leaderboard. First, he eliminated Arsen Kazachian from the hand with the 44-KJ and more than half of his chips by grabbing a set against a top pair on the flip. Later, with a preflop showing of JJ-77, he eliminated a local player from the competition.

The Russian eliminated three more opponents to reach heads-up play, and he entered the last hand against Evgeny Korchagin with a stack lead of almost three times its original size.

Just one hand was played in the one-on-one match. Mityaev made a hand before the flip, and his opponent, who had KQ, folded.

What remains of the competition.

The other series highlights were likewise unprecedented:

The DDX Championship, a new addition to the event, attracted 114 competitors. First Prize and $8,000 went to Khachik Grigoryan of Armenia.

The city of Minsk, Belarus, is expected to host the next Russian Poker Tour series this coming fall.


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Where to play MTTs at 2022’s top poker clubs

In poker tournaments, as opposed to cash games, the pot may grow by hundreds or even thousands of times the initial investment. The number of tournaments has expanded by a factor of ten since the introduction of online poker, and now players may compete for prize pools in the millions of dollars. Yet, different poker rooms host tournaments at different times. Find out in this post which sites are the finest for MTT play.

Poker Tournament Venues of 2022

Best Multi-Table Tournament Poker Rooms

The popularity of poker tournaments has increased dramatically since 2003, when Chris Manimaker won the World Series of Poker Main Event by winning an online satellite. Since then, poker clubs have competed with one another to provide the most exciting tournaments in an effort to draw the greatest number of poker enthusiasts. Now that millions of dollars are at stake in the largest online tournaments, players of all skill levels and bankroll sizes may find a matchless multi-table tournament (MTT) experience.

Similarly, each tournament room’s lobby has its own unique “face,” making it difficult for even seasoned players to decipher at first glance. There are three primary considerations to evaluate while deciding on the best poker room for MTT play:

Volume (number of tournaments and their distribution throughout the day) (number of tournaments and their distribution during the day).

Variety (availability of various formats in the lobby) (availability of certain formats in the lobby).

Bonuses (leaderboards, overlays, rakeback) (leaderboards, overlays, rakeback).

However, the vast majority of today’s MTT users have shifted their focus to multirumbling, rather than restricting their downloads to a single source.

Included here are the TOP-5 best roums for multi-table tournaments, along with some basic information on the fundamental kinds of MTT and aspects of their schedules.


For Multi-Table Tournament players of any stake, this is the only viable option. In addition, the WSOP (World Series of Poker) organizers have selected the GG Network as the platform for its worldwide tournaments.

The local competition schedule has several interesting elements:

Throughout the day, when most other sites have no tournaments going on, this one becomes quite busy.

Short-deck and Omaha tournaments with a buy-in.

Several MTT worth $100 or more.


The client’s betting system allows for the purchase and sale of stakes.

Satellites to tournaments with substantial prize pools.

Each month, Pokeroque plays home to a number of prestigious events, including the WSOP Online, Battle of Malta, Omaholic Series, Short Deck Series, Super Millions Week, GGSOP, APL, and more. Total guarantees might be anything from $1M and $100M.

Known as PokerKing.

The most popular American-friendly venue often rotates its MTT grid. A new version was introduced in April of 2022. All tournament guarantees have now topped $12,000,000 per week since then.

Very helpful for:

After European midnight, loading will begin.

Interested in finding Omaha High-low (PLO8) and 7-card Stud poker events.

Favors in-depth gatherings where registration is open until 5 p.m.

HUD for poker tournaments.

Interested in buying and selling stakes (Staking tab located in the main lobby and each event lobby).

The Venom $10M GTD is the biggest regular event hosted by the Winning network. They also host unique multi-day festivals featuring a swarm of flits. There are 35 Day 1 events happening all week long, with the major one being the Million Dollar Sundays with a $1,000,000 GTD for $265 on Sundays.

This is the RedStar Poker.

During the last several years, the iPoker network has been working to “bring” its tournament grid up to par with those of its rivals. The number of occurrences is rather low, and the odds of their happening are low.

Nonetheless, Redstar has a good chance of being one of the most popular MTT poker sites if you:

Europeans should begin their gaming sessions in the evening.

Participate in tournaments with €50 buy-ins.

Be wary with monetary wagers.

Favor 6-max structures and bounty tournaments.

Variable Length is a feature of iPoker events in which the pace of increase of the blinds slows down during the course of the game. This format is typical of almost any occurrence.

The largest Sunday event, the €30K GTD Big Weekly for €30, has a complex structure spanning many days and has numerous flits. Two or three times a year, there will be a series with hundreds of events and bigger payouts.

Tiger betting.

Although both King’s and the network’s main room, Chico, accept players from the United States, there are significant differences between the two when it comes to tournament poker.

Midnight is when the “density” of tournament starts increases, and more guarantees are offered.

The great majority of tournaments have entry fees of $55 or less.

The list size might be somewhere between 50 and 500 items long.

That is to say, frequent MTTs in this room do not guarantee more than $30,000, therefore it’s best suited for players who are OK with smaller tournaments with easier competition.

Each week at 22:00 local time in Moscow, the Main Event $150K for $109 gets underway.


The poker tournament schedule at the rouble is set out differently than at other establishments. For instance, the only thing it has in common with RedStar is that a lot of events take place in Moscow between the hours of 19 and 24 at night.

Other fundamental distinctions exist:

The multi-bounty structure is the most common one. Knockout tournaments featuring a generous rebuy window and multiplier of three.

The typical buy-in for an MTT Hold’em tournament is between 100 and 1,000 rubles. There are almost 30 of them being played daily.

There is a daily special competition in addition to the weekly Bogatyr League and monthly Magnificent Eight leaderboards.

There are daily BI tournaments for under-20 Chinese poker players with prizes of up to 50,000 yuan. Omaha in 5, 6, 7, and Shordec configurations are also quite uncommon.

On Sunday, the main event is the 500,000 GTD Ivan the Tsarevich for $3,000. The guarantees of local series events are far higher than those of standard tournaments, but the late registration periods are much longer. Major events include the Russian Online Poker League (ROPL), the Russian Online Poker Championship, Turbomania, and the Global Cup of Internet Poker (GCOOP). MTT Varieties

As the player enters the lobby of any given room, they are exposed to events of a wide variety of styles and forms. Finding one’s way among them requires an understanding of the criteria upon which they were built.

Number of Submissions

Freesauts are tournaments in which the participant is granted one free entry and a predetermined quantity of chips. He is now “out” of the competition after losing them.

If your chip stack has been reduced or is now totally gone, you may enter a “rebound,” where you will be given the opportunity to purchase more chips during the late entrance time. Halftime is the last chance for players to rebuy and add on.

Add-ons are unavailable in re-entry games, and it is only possible to add to the stack after it has been depleted.

A player may make several simultaneous entries into a single MTT and play at many tables at once until the buying time ends in a particular kind of tournament known as a “Multi-Entry” tournament. After the buy-in time ends, all players’ chips go into a single communal pile at a single table.

Rate of Increase of Window Coverings:

Super turbo, with blinds increasing as fast as every three minutes.

Quick blinds, up to 5 minutes in length.

Typical – with more drawn-out episodes.

All-ins are made automatically every time a player has a stack less than the blinds, which is the case in flips. These tournaments are really automated play for additional points.

Contests with a 100% Win Rate

The potential to win many times the buy-in in a single tournament is a major selling point of multi-table tournaments. Players are enticed to join these tournaments by the “guarantee,” or announced amount, of money up for grabs. The name nearly typically includes a reference to its size.

Site operators often guarantee an amount more than the buy-in (minus rake) for popular tournaments, therefore the announced prize pool typically exceeds the buy-in.

On very rare occasions (often within certain series), certain MTTs fail to attract enough players to meet the guarantee. When this occurs, players often refer to overlay, which is the difference between actual and stated awards and is covered by the room. Participating in events like this may improve an individual’s quality of life.

Bounty Hunting Competitions

In these MTTs, the “heads” of eliminated players are paid for with a percentage of the prize pool. One half of the buy-in goes into the prize pool and the other half goes to the player who scored the “knockout.” This is the traditional setup for tournaments of this kind.

Tournaments featuring a knockout round are the most well-liked kind (PKO). One portion of the reward is credited to the player who scored the knockout, while the other portion is given out instantly. So, the higher a player is in the chip count, the more money may be offered for his elimination.

Recently, the most up-to-date edition of these events, originally developed for live poker, made its way online. “Mystery Bounty” is the name given to them. There are two stages to each of these events, and the reward is only given at the end. These are given away randomly in the last round following each knockout and range in value from 0.5 BI to 1,000 BI.

Games that span many days

Roums often host multi-day flagship events with massive prize pools to entice players. Several Flights make up each Main Event (Day 1).

Time limits or a predetermined number of survivors at each table determine when they end. They will all have their chips from Day 1 carried over to Day 2, and they will all get at least the stipulated amount.


Not every player can afford to pay the full entry fee at high-stakes tournaments. As a result, we devised qualifying events just for them, where tickets to the main event were picked for a reduced reward.

If the satellites “stack” in a straight line. The latter are middle-level competitions where entry passes to even more satellites are awarded as rewards. As a result, you may occasionally win a seat in a tournament that requires a several thousand dollar buy-in by participating in a freeroll.

Tournament qualifiers are a subset of satellites. Full packages, which often include airfare and a hotel stay in addition to the tournament entry fee, are sometimes played all at once in these games. In this sense, internet poker contributes to the growth of its land-based counterpart.

Poker rooms are constantly looking to improve, so naturally they are experimenting with new tournament formats and combining existing ones. Whenever you come across an MTT on the client, it’s important to pay close attention to the tournament’s description and the symbols it employs in its list of tournaments.


If you are a Russian MTT player, you are not confined to the poker sites we’ve listed below. Grompoker and other large poker apps (PPPoker, PokerBros) may be installed, along with a few extra rooms, but will only slightly increase the daily download.

Even if you’re more of an Omaha than a Hold’em player, you’ll be able to fit in all of your tournaments using the finest MTT roums from this post.


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