We are bringing superb value to you this summer, as the World Cup of Cards moves online for the first time, giving you the chance to play in the Main Event for just a single cent. That’s correct, a mere $0.01!
The World Cup of Cards runs at partypoker from June 16 to July 8. The Playground Poker Club in Quebec, Canada, usually hosts this exciting event, but the 2021 edition moves to the online poker world and is open to all players, not only those of you based in Canada.
With shorter clocks allowing for earlier finishes, and key event schedules fitting around this summer’s European Football Championship, this is a series that suits the needs of you as a poker player.
The start of the series is getting closer, with the Grand Prix Knockout kicking off the festival. Players can buy into the tournament, which runs until June 24, for $55 and play for a share of a $250,000 guaranteed prize pool.
The series is open to players of all bankrolls, so there is also a Grand Prix Mini Knockout, where you can play for a slice of a guaranteed $50,000 for a buy-in of only $5.50. Both the Grand Prix Knockout and Grand Prix Mini Knockout have multiple Day 1s covering all time zones, and giving you more flexibility.
There are also several chances to get involved with the three-day Main Event, which pays out at least $1,000,000. There are $1,100 buy-in Day 1s on June 27, July 1, and July 4, in addition to a Day 1 Turbo on July 5. The final table takes place on July 8 and avoids clashing with any major football matches.
World Cup of Cards Satellites Start at Only $0.01
On top of the number of Day 1s players can join, they can also enter a comprehensive satellite tree, which offers everyone a shot at glory. World Cup of Cards satellites start from just $0.01 and at least 20 Main Event seats will be won every week.
Team partypoker’s Kristen Bicknell said: “I’m looking forward to partypoker bringing the World Cup of Cards online. I’m missing playing at Playground, which is such an exciting place to play live, but hopefully, we will see this series back there soon.”
“In the meantime, I’m most looking forward to the Main Event, which should be a great tournament. As always, there will be great satellites running, but if you don’t manage to make it through, the $5.50 and $55 Grand Prix tournaments are a helpful lower-stakes option.”
More information about the series schedule can be seen here. Bookmark the page because we will periodically add side events to the bustling schedule.
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