Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO) fans worldwide will tune in to partypoker from June 21 to 29 for the inaugural Poker Masters Online PLO Series.
This awesome PLO Series follows on from the smashing success of the first-ever Poker Masters Online Series held on April. That festival had combined guarantees of $16.5 million, but a total of $35.4 million was dished out!
Poker Masters Online PLO Series
- Schedule: June 21 to 29, 2020
- Events: 29 events
- Main Event top prize: $50,000 and a Poker Masters purple jacket
- Guarantees: $10,000,000
PLO takes center stage this time. Featuring 29 events with buy-ins ranging from $530 up to $51,000, the Poker Masters Online PLO Series boasts a guaranteed prize pool worth more than $10 million!
Players from all over shall sit down at the partypoker online tables equipped with four hole cards, hoping to secure the highly coveted Poker Masters Purple jacket. Leaderboard points are awarded for each in-the-money finish and the top points earner at the end of the series shall receive a $50,000 cash prize plus the famous Purple Jacket.
Each one of the 29 events has a juicy guarantee, but it's the pair of Main Events that are going to be the tournaments in which every PLO player worth their salt wants to win.
The $51,000 Main Event begins at 20:00 CET on June 28 and sees at least $1.5 million paid out.
Meanwhile, its $5,200 Mini cousin has a cool $500,000 up for grabs. Both crown their champion on June 29.
Chief Business Officer of Poker Central J.R. McCabe said, "Partnering with partypoker for our recent online tournaments like Poker Masters Online and the Super High Roller Bowl, has proven to be a great success."
partypoker LIVE president John Duthie said, "This is such a great opportunity to watch the world's best PLO players fight it out on the virtual felt. The exceptional PokerGo production and commentary team will be on hand to deliver their usual excellent streams. This is not to be missed."
Watch the Series
Watch the action in this online PLO festival unfold before your very eyes on various platforms.
PokerGO is streaming the all the final tables via its streaming service, on its Facebook page, with the partypokerTV Twitch channel streaming a selection of the biggest events.
All streams will have full commentary by Jeff Platt and the legendary Joey Ingram!