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888poker's Latest Promo - Weekends Get Even Better with ĎA Good Tournament'

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Posted on 03 August 2020 by "T".
Weekends get even better at 888poker, as they have launched a brand new event called "A Good Tournament", boasting a $20,000 guaranteed event with two starting flights and a $215 buy-in. A lot of online tournaments out there have a very long late registration period, unlimited entries and several Day 1 flights. If you're one of those who believe that such tournaments are detrimental to the onl[...]   Read more » 888poker's Latest Promo - Weekends Get Even Better with ĎA Good Tournament'

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this is big tournament with big buy in and for all those players who love to play with long blinds!you will need to stay in tournament for long time,to play on next level,but every players start with 30000 chips,so this should be enough if you need to wait for some good cards and not to rush with bad cards just to stay in tournament!

     
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Only $20.000 guaranteed by $ 215 buy-in? I´m wrong or this tournament has the cheapest prize and expensive buy-in? I remember a tournament in Party Poker that with this buy-in had a prize´s pool of a half of million. If there are not rebuy or add on, is really ok. I hate that format because the people who have biggest stack can play extremely loose until the last rebuy, and wait for the add-on to pick up his stack. Anyway, I don´t like this tourney

     
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It's not a major tournament, but that doesn't mean that they can't make smaller games with high buy-in. You can also play heads up with $ 215, SNG, Spins or MTT. It doesn't matter how many players are in the tournaments but that amount is guaranteed.

     
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The good thing is that 888poker always has too many satellites and sub satellites for its very big events , series , or special tournaments like this . So even if you cannot afford to pay such an amount and play on this event , you can always play a sat with some seats guaranteed and enter this game with a buyin within your bankroll limits , or even very cheap !!!
Good luck everyone playing it Smile

     
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Yes, also you can burn $ 215 in a stupid bet, like what color the next car that passes will have. But we are talking about a great promotion of a tournament, in a poker´s room where are freerolls in his Club Poker of this amount. Have no senalways is a good newsse all this publicity to the today cheapiest tournament. The satellites matter is ok, always is a good news have these format. But in this case is too much work for this prizes

     
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You can't burn $ 215 in a game, but if play satellites can qualify with $ 2-3 or more (say 10-12 dollars) playing 2 satellites and in the end get qualification with an investment of less than 5 % of entry price of this game. Good luck.

     
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Even if you think this buyin is way over your bankroll limits , or even if you think there might be better tournaments out there the good satellites changes things , cause you can get very easily your ticket , via these satellites , which award at least , guaranteed 10 tickets or 5 tickets , and play for very good money . Win your seat even with $12 only , a good opportunity it is Smile The one rentry only , and the 1.5 hour LR make things even better Smile

     
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Maragatero, our friend from BRM, is very calculated and does not want to risk on satellites the money he earns in freerolls or SNGs. I explained to him several times that this method is a good opportunity, because when u qualify for an important tournament, can achieve something good.

     
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