KSOP GGPoker Iguazú halfway through the tournament The first day of the anticipated weekend will be a busy one for the series. The daily schedule for the event will feature five races featuring three new champions and two more qualifiers, with the series featuring a guaranteed main event prize of R$1KK.
This is the schedule for one of the qualifiers, Day 1D, Opening Saturday. The tournament has a traditional buy-in of R$ 2,500 and is scheduled to start at 2:00 pm. The next day, Day 1E, takes place at 10pm. It’s played in a turbo structure with 30-minute blinds.
At 3:00pm there is another tournament that is always popular. Freezeout is a non-re-enterable match, which makes the game a lot more deliberate. The freeze has a buy-in fee of R$1,500 and a margin of R$70,000, but high demand is likely to easily exceed that amount. The Frozen Match is an evening match that is broadcast live on MundoTV.
For fans of Five Card Studios, exciting tournaments start at 5pm. The Omaha tournament was a KO, which made things even more interesting. The buy-in fee for PLO5 KO is R$2,000 and the margin is R$50,000. That promise is the frantic action at the poker table. Plus, the new Hold’e Tournament kicks off at 8pm. This is the 8Max Turbo with a buy-in of R$1,000.