Event #28: MONSTER STACK $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
The $1,500 buy-in Monster Stack event's field of 7,192 entries has been narrowed down to 29 players after three days of play. The remaining players are guaranteed a minimum cash of $36,700, with the chance of taking home the first-place prize of $1,286,942!
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Yeah I noticed the same pattern... More obscure type of tournament, less entries, bigger FT percentages. Which is a bit weird logic if we look closely to some live tourney prizepools - so, a game with over 10k entries should pay the same % to the winner than one with just hundred entries? Which one is the harder to win?