The 2013 Turbo Championship of Online Poker (TCOOP) kicked off yesterday and already 4 events are in the books. TCOOP will run until January 27 and a massive $15,000,000 prize pool is spread across 50 fast-paced turbo events.
There are tournaments in Hold'em, Omaha, HORSE and more, all with short blind levels and played in different formats (Hyper-Turbo and 3x-Turbo tournament etc). As always, th[...] Read more » PokerStars TCOOP 2013 ($15,000,000 guaranteed)
Once again, an outstanding range of tournaments, but for poker players like me too high a buy-in to start with. I play not very often, and I therefore did not attend the occasion in such tournaments. I will pay a sum determined someday to participate in such tournaments but I should be but are still much better not to gamble all my money
Joined: Sep '12
Age: 24 (M)
Good day everyone Pokerstars are on a spree of success !!! after the successfull completion of micromillions here is the tcoop... i was happy with the micro millions i participated in a few of them but in tcoop i cant participate do not have enough bankroll to do so !! hope so ill atleast play the next season of the tcoop ..
Joined: Feb '10
Age: 35 (M)
Pokerstars wins more than 5 millions of rake per day, they can make all this kind of stuff because they win millions a day and billions a year! And even this 15 millions they are offering iam very sure that thwy will win much more than that because almost all garanteed prize tournments at stars have more players than the total of the prize they are offering, plus the comission everybody pays to play eveyr tournment!!
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Implayed in a TCOOP event last night and while doing quite well got eventually rolled bybthat good old faithful Pokerstars MAGIC RIVER which took my legs and left me floundering out quite limply. oh well good adventure and hesres to the enxt one.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 36 (M)
A little bit more than 10% of those who entered main events last year through satellites have made it to the paid places, that may not seem too much, but taking in consideration there are sattellites with micro buy-ins, perhaps that should be something to take in consideration for those who don't want to pay a bit more.
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Age: 36 (M)
Posted by bombsapphire: I have a $27 token for TCOOP. I'm a small stakes hold'em player and not good at tournament. $10 or $20 is enough for me. Which is the best event to make some money for me?
You have today at 6p.m., for $400k, and Saturday at 2p.m., if you want to go for NL Hold’em, but there’s also Omaha, Studd and Razz action for that ticket. Play like you use to, don’t go thinking there are other tables on the same game, concentrate on yours and play it like if it was cash, try to keep your stack updated with the level of the blinds and you’ll go far.