Borgata Online Starts Spring Poker Open on April 5

Borgata Online Starts Spring Poker Open on April 5

There is no shortage of online poker for players in New Jersey this weekend…or any day of the week for that matter. But this weekend – the first weekend in April – will be especially busy.

The PartyPoker US Network has been gearing up for its Spring Poker Open, a series of online poker tournaments with 17 events and more than $400K in guarantees.

Players will have a wide range of buy-ins and game variations from April 5 through April 12. The eight-day series will accompany the normal daily schedule on Borgata and PartyPoker in New Jersey.

Spring Poker Open Highlights

Action begins on Sunday, April 5, at 8pm. The first event of the Spring Poker Open will be the start of Event 1, a Phased No Limit Hold’em tournament with a $100K guarantee.

For those new to unique online poker concepts, the phased tournament is one played in sections – phases, you could say – and combined in the end. The starting days for the Phased event will offer numerous starting days, and all surviving players will resume play in one spot for the final day. In this Spring Poker Open Phased NLHE event, there is a starting flight on every single day of the series. Those eight starting days culminate in a finale on the evening of Sunday, April 12.

There are also two Main Event tournaments on the schedule, both playing on April 12. One offers a $55 buy-in and $20K guarantee, while the other has a $400 buy-in and $100K guarantee.

Buy-ins for the series range from $5 to $1,060 – something for everyone.

Series Schedule

BetMGM and Borgata Online each posted the schedule for the Spring Poker Open. It is as follows, with all times as Eastern and the Main Events highlighted:

–April 5 at 8pm:  Event 1 – $215 NLHE Phased Day 1A ($100K GTD)

–April 6 at 6:30pm:  Event 2 – $5.50 PLO 6-Max Rebuy ($1K GTD)

–April 6 at 7:30pm:  Event 3 — $109 PLO 6-Max Rebuy ($15K GTD)

–April 6 at 8pm:  Event 1 — $215 NLHE Day 1B ($100K GTD)

–April 7 at 6:30pm:  Event 4 — $20 NLHE Red Chip Bounty ($2K GTD)

–April 7 at 7:30pm:  Event 5 — $320 NLHE Black Chip Bounty ($15K GTD)

–April 7 at 8pm:  Event 1 — $215 NLHE Day 1C ($100K GTD)

–April 8 at 6:30pm:  Event 6 — $10 NLHE ($2,500 NLHE)

–April 8 at 7:30pm:  Event 7 — $215 NLHE ($20K GTD)

–April 8 at 8pm:  Event 1 — $215 NLHE Day 1D ($100K GTD)

–April 9 at 6:30pm:  Event 8 — $10 Stud ($1K GTD)

–April 9 at 6:30pm:  Event 9 — $10 PLO-8 ($1K GTD)

–April 9 at 7:30pm:  Event 10 — $215 PLO-8 ($10K GTD)

–April 9 at 8pm:  Event 1 — $215 NLHE Day 1E ($100K GTD)

–April 10 at 6:30pm:  Event 11 — $5 NLHE ($1K GTD)

–April 10 at 7:30pm:  Event 12 — $215 NLHE ($20K GTD)

–April 10 at 8pm:  Event 1 — $215 NLHE Day 1F ($100K GTD)

–April 11 at 6:30pm:  Event 13 — $5 NLHE 6-Max Rebuy ($2,500 GTD)

–April 11 at 7:30pm:  Event 14 — $109 NLHE 6-Max Rebuy ($20K GTD)

–April 11 at 8pm:  Event 1 — $215 NLHE Day 1G ($100K GTD)

–April 12 at 5pm:  Event 15 — $55 NLHE Main Event Low ($20K GTD)

–April 12 at 5pm:  Event 16 — $400 NLHE Main Event High ($100K GTD)

–April 12 at 6pm:  Event 1 — $215 NLHE Turbo Last Chance Day 1H ($100K GTD)

–April 12 at 6:30pm:  Event 17 — $1,060 NLHE High Roller ($75K GTD)

–April 12 at 8pm:  Event 1 – $215 NLHE Phased Day 2 ($100K GTD)

Special Freeroll

Every player who enters any of the events in the Spring Poker Open will receive an entry into a special tournament set for April 19. The Invitational Freeroll will award the top 25 finishers each a $600 seat into the next land-based Borgata Poker Open kick-off event.

Someday, live poker will resume, and the Borgata will be ready with a Borgata Poker Open series.

 

About Jennifer Newell

Jennifer began writing about poker while working at the World Poker Tour in the mid-2000s. Since then, her freelance writing career has taken her from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to her hometown of St. Louis, where she now lives with her two dogs. She continues to follow the poker world as she also launches a new subscription box company and finishes her first novel. Jennifer has written for numerous publications including PokerStars.com and has followed the US poker and gaming market closely for the last 15 years. Follow Jen on Twitter

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