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GGPoker to host Good Game Series 2020s with $50 000 000 GTD

GGS 2020s

In April, GGPoker will house the fourth flagship series – GG Series 2020s. April 5 through 26, the poker room is to raffle as much as $50 000 000 in various tournaments. An additional prize will be $300 000 in the leaderboard.

So hurry up to register at GGPoker, create an account in the room and try your hand at poker tables. Now is a great time to start as you can participate in profitable events.

As usual, poker rooms rarely launch popular & large series in April, but this year is the exception. A large number of people are on self-isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic, and this has caused a poker boom in Europe.

GG Network has already held the high rollers series at the end of March, which turned out to be popular among players. It is expected that the flagship GG Series will attract even more people to the tournaments.

It is the fourth poker series of this kind, and its guaranteed prize pool has been constantly changing. Take a look at the guarantees from the previous GGS series:

  • GGS 1 – $3 500 000 GTD
  • GGS 2 – $10 000 000 GTD
  • GGS 3 – $50 000 000 GTD

The guarantee of the fourth GGS will remain $50 million, but the organizers have introduced more affordable buy-ins. Now, the minimum participation fee is not $10, but $2, and all the events are divided into several levels based on a buy-in.

Read also: StayHome freerolls at GGpoker every hour

In order to make it easier to navigate, a particular icon is indicated next to each tournament:

  • L – $2-$10.5
  • M –$20-$105
  • H – $200-$1 000
  • HR – $2 500-$5 000

In total, 458 events will be held as part of the series.

GGS 2020s: key events (Monday-Saturday)

Time (GMT)TournamentGuarantee
12:00 pmGGS-H: $200 Starter$50 000
12:00 pmGGS-M: $20 Starter$15 000
12:00 pmGGS-L: $2 Starter$2 000
1:30 pmGGS: $33 Daily Special$30 000
3:00 pmGGS: $55 Daily Special$50 000
4:30 pmGGS: $88 Daily Special$80 000
5:30 pmGGS: $210 Bounty Special$100 000
5:30 pmGGS: $125 Daily Special$75 000
6:00 pmGGS-HR: $5K Daily Main$200 000
6:00 pmGGS-H: $500 Daily Main$100 000
6:00 pmGGS-M: $50 Daily Main$50 000
6:00 pmGGS-L: $5 Daily Main$7 500
7:00 pmGGS: $1K Daily Special$100 000
8:00 pmGGS-HR: $2.5K$80 000
12:00 amGGS-H: $200$50 000
12:00 amGGS-M: $20$15 000
12:00 amGGS-L: $2$3 500
12:00 amGGS-High Roller: $5K$150 000

GGS 2020s: key events (Sunday)

Time (GMT)TournamentGuarantee
12:00 pmGGS-H: $200 Starter$75 000
12:00 pmGGS-M: $20 Starter$20 000
12:00 pmGGS-L: $2 Starter$3 000
1:30 pmGGS: $33 Sunday Special$40 000
3:00 pmGGS: $55 Sunday Special$75 000
4:00 pmGGS-HR: $2.5K$150 000
4:00 pmGGS-H: $200$150 000
4:00 pmGGS-M: $20$30 000
4:00 pmGGS-L: $2$5 000
4:30 pmGGS: $88 Sunday Special$100 000
5:00 pmGGMasters $150, $500K GTD$500 000
5:00 pmGGS-HR: $5K Omaha Main Event$150 000
5:00 pmGGS-H: $500 Omaha Main Event$40 000
5:00 pmGGS-M: $50 Omaha Main Event$12 500
5:00 pmGGS-L: $5 Omaha Main Event$2 000
5:30 pmGGS: $210 Bounty Special$150 000
5:30 pmGGS: $125 Sunday Special$125 000
6:00 pmGGS-HR: $5K Sunday Main$300 000
6:00 pmGGS-H: $500 Sunday Main$200 000
6:00 pmGGS-M: $50 Sunday Main$100 000
6:00 pmGGS-L: $5 Sunday Main$15 000
7:00 pmGGS: $1K Sunday Special$100 000
8:30 pmGGS-Phased: $$250 [Day2]$500 000-$1 000 000
12:00 amGGS-High Roller: $5K$200 000

Special GGS Leaderboard

In addition to the main series, GGPoker will also run a special leaderboard. In order to get into it, you need to earn points.

The scoring formula is as follows: Leaderboard Point = f * sqrt (Prize pool/k), where k means finishing position, and f – coefficients.

You can get 2 points for taking the first place in a tournament, 1 point for reaching the ITM zone, and half a point for a place on the bubble stage.

In total, the players will share among themselves a $300 000 prize pool in this leaderboard. Do not miss your chance and start playing at GGPoker right now!

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