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Caribbean Poker Party Commences This November: What Is up for Grabs?

This November the poker world will witness the upcoming edition of the Caribbean Poker Party which is going to take place at a dreamy location for many – Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The autumn month will be heated up by the thousands of poker players already qualifying for the many events in the rich schedule of the poker festival and they will have the opportunity to demonstrate their best game from 17th to 26th November at The Level at Melia Caribe Tropical.

partypoker has decided to grant all poker enthusiasts with the chance to participate in the major tournament this November, so there have been online satellite events going on since this August. With different categories of events featuring buy-ins starting from $1.10 and going to $1,050, anyone can participate and qualify for the real game. The poker players with enough skills will have the chance to meet poker pros from all around the world. At the moment some of the pros which have confirmed their participation in the poker tournament are Fedor Holz, Sam Trickett, Joseph Cheong, and Philipp Gruissem. With the help of the satellite events, players have the chance to win one of the packages which estimates to $10,000 and consists of the buy-in for the Main Event, all-inclusive accommodation for two people over the span of the whole festival, as well as other benefits.

Appealing $5,300 buy-in Main Event

Once at the poker festival, the biggest attraction is going to be the culminating event which this year goes by the name of partypoker MILLIONS Caribbean $5,300 Main Event. The people responsible for the organization has made sure it is going to be a tasty bite for players with its $5 million guaranteed prize pool. There is going to be three opening days of the Main Event starting on 20th November and continuing well into 22nd. Each participant will begin the game with 1 million in chips and the blinds will increase once every 60 minutes for the first two opening flights. The final opening flight will feature increasing blinds every 20 minutes. Anyone can re-enter the tournament and also late-registering is allowed up until Day 2. After that, the tournament is scheduled to continue until 25th November.

Among the other poker tournaments on offer, there is the Playground 8-Max one, which features a $2,700 buy-in and begins on the 22nd. The $10,300 buy-in Kings High Roller starts on the 17th and it is scheduled to continue until the 18th. Right after it on the 19th begins the Kings Super High Roller which features a buy-in estimating to $25,500, and it is going to continue until 20th November. One of the more affordable tournaments will be the $1,100 EAPT Caribbean which is scheduled to commence on 17th November and it is going to continue until the 21st.

 Author: Benjamin Barry

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