The Poker Masters, a series of 5 high-stakes tournament events that began on September 13 Wednesday and is being held at the Aria in Las Vegas, promises prizes worth millions up for grabs!
The series is made up of four events spread in 2 days, each with a $50,000 buy-in, scheduled from September 13 leading up to September 18 for the championship event which has an entry fee of $100,000. The four $50,000 events have a single re-entry offer. Other uniquely awesome features for this series include the use of 30-second "shot clocks", playing seven-handed tables, and a rule that disallows wearing sunglasses or headphones at the table.
It seems like high-roller poker players Doug Polk and Fedor Holz are feeling very generous this week, and with their wish to grow their already-big followings in the social media space, they announced that they would like to award to a lucky winner 1% of their profits in the Poker Masters series.
The WSOP One Drop High Roller champions of 2016 and 2017 say that everyone, even the US President, is eligible to enter for free.
To a non-poker person, one percent may not sound like a lot of money; however, in the world of poker, and specifically in the Poker Masters, it can mean a lot of money. For instance, if Doug Polk or Fedor Holz wins, say, $1 million, then the winner of their giveaway could easily take home $10,000! Take note that they said they will award the profits they will get, not the overall payout, so make sure to take off the entry fees in the calculation of your windfall in case one of these two players manages to win and get a sizable prize.
How to Enter their Giveaway
Doug "WCGRider" Polk says he shall enter all five events, which sums up to a buy-in of $300,000 without any re-entries. If he manages to cash out a lot in any of these events, it is expected to be really huge amounts.
If he doesn't manage to produce a profit, he said he still promises to give a lucky winner $500. He shall use a RNG (random number generator) tool to select a lucky winner from a virtual bowl of his newly-acquired social media followers, retweeters, likers and subscribers.
9 Ways to Enter Doug Polk's 1% Poker Masters Profit Giveaway
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Doug Polk, age 29, founder of training website Upswing Poker, is no fluke in this offer because in the past, he has offered giveaways and has lived up to his promises. During the 2017 WSOP, as a result of his $3.6 million score for winning the $111,111 buy-in One Drop High Roller bracelet, he gave his lucky fans 2% of his net profits, which turned out to be more than $30,000!
Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz also has set up a list of things to do for his fans who would like to win in his giveaway. He's mainly asking for fans to download and sign up for his Primed Mind coaching app (free of charge) and to watch and share his video entitled "Life of a Champion".
10+ Ways to Enter Fedor Holz's 1% Poker Masters Profit Giveaway
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Fedor Holz, age 24, so far has $23 million in live tournament wins, which includes a $4.9 million win for dominating the 2016 WSOP One Drop High Roller. He's only won millions in online high-stakes cash games under his online nickname ‘CrownUpGuy'.