888poker Freezeout Series Underway through June 29
It seems that every online poker tournament these days offers rebuys or reentries. The move toward reentries has become much more common in recent years, and players now have a harder time than ever finding freezeout tournaments. Every player buys in once and busts or wins.
Ahhh, the good ol’ days.
888poker listened and developed a tournament series with those players in mind. The 888poker Freezeout Series offers 24 tournaments from June 14-29, complete with $665K in guarantees.
Freezeout Series Schedule
This new series began yesterday, Sunday, June 14. Technically, the Main Event began, as it offers so many flights that 888poker had to begin running those a week before the rest of the series gets underway. The actual first event of the Freezeout Series actually begins on June 21.
You asked for it, and we delivered!
A #Freezeout 🧊🧊🧊 Tournament Series with $665K in GTDS 💸💸💸 and no re-buys and no re-entries allowed – plus very affordable buy-ins!
— 888poker (@888poker) June 15, 2020
Those Main Event flights began yesterday and one flight is on the schedule each day through the rest of the series. Then, on Monday, June 29, all surviving players compete on the final day of action. (That Main Event offers a $200K guarantee.)
Of the 24 tournaments in the series, not one allows reentries. There are still guarantees on the prize pools, though, and it will all culminate in the aforementioned Main Event.
Without further ado…
Sunday, June 21
–Event 1: $55 NLHE Tune Up ($50K GTD)
–Event 2: $16.50 NLHE Mini Tune Up ($20K GTD)
–Event 3: $33 NLHE Late Tune Up ($15K GTD)
Monday, June 22
–Event 4: $55 NLHE 8-Max ($20K GTD)
–Event 5: $16.55 NLHE Mini 8-Max ($15K GTD)
–Event 6: $33 NLHE Late 8-Max ($10K GTD)
Tuesday, June 23
–Event 7: $109 NLHE 9-Max ($30K GTD)
–Event 8: $16.50 NLHE Mini 9-Max ($15K GTD)
–Event 9: $55 NLHE Late 9-Max ($10K GTD)
Wednesday, June 24
–Event 10: $109 NLHE PLO 8-Max ($30K GTD)
–Event 11: $22 NLHE Mini PKO 8-Max ($20K GTD)
–Event 12: $33 NLHE Late PKO 8-Max ($15K GTD)
Thursday, June 25
–Event 13: $109 NLHE PKO ($30K GTD)
–Event 14: $22 NLHE Mini PKO ($20K GTD)
–Event 15: $33 NLHE Late PKO ($15K GTD)
Friday, June 26
–Event 16: $55 NLHE Deepstack ($20K GTD)
–Event 17: $16.50 NLHE Mini Deepstack ($15K GTD)
–Event 18: $33 NLHE Late Deepstack ($10K GTD)
Saturday, June 27
–Event 19: $109 NLHE 6-Max ($30K GTD)
–Event 20: $16.50 NLHE Mini 6-Max ($15K GTD)
–Event 21: $55 NLHE Late 6-Max ($10K GTD)
Sunday, June 28
–Event 22: $33 NLHE Mini Main Event ($40K GTD)
–Event 23: $5.50 NLHE Micro Main Event ($10K GTD)
–Event 24: $109 NLHE Main Event final day ($200K GTD)
XL Inferno Showed Solid Numbers
The last tournament series on 888poker wrapped in May – the 2020 XL Inferno. It offered 34 tournaments in 11 days and awarded a total of $1,851,663 in prize money. The series recorded 46,649 entries in the events.
These numbers showed an increase from the previous year’s XL Inferno series, as those 34 events drew 39,378 entries and awarded $1,695,881 in prize money.
Ultimately, the Main Event offered a $500K guarantee, which attracted 2,146 entries. That surpassed the guarantee, as the prize pool set at $504,310. Junijuniorz of Sweden took down the tournament for more than $85K and the title.
— 888poker (@888poker) May 28, 2020
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