It's time for another big series on Pokercode by GGPoker and this time it's for those favouring the beautiful 4 card variant of poker. The Omaholic series will feature a plethora of events from November 14th until November 28th with buy-ins ranging from $5.25 to a whopping $5,250. The tournament series guarantees $5,000,000 in prizes throughout the two-week festival.
There's a tournament for everyone and so are the headliners of the series. The smallest buy-in of the series going by the name 'Omaholic Mini Bounty MILLION$' has a buy-in of $5.25 but don't let that fool you. The tournament has one of the biggest guarantees of the entire series with at least $100,000 in the prize pool!
One level up there's the 'Omaholic Bounty MILLION$' setting you back $52.50 but with the opportunity to win a share of the $250,000 guarantee, which is the biggest of the series.
For those with a bigger bankroll there are the 'Omaholic Bounty HR' with a $525 buy-in and a $100,000 guarantee and the 'Omaholic Sunday Main Event HR' for $1,050 with $75,000 guaranteed.
Every single day of the Omaholic series is filled with starting flights of multiple tournaments and of course the big daily tournaments. The first flights are already starting on November 11th at 01:30 CET. There is one starting flight kicking off every two hours with Day 2 taking place on Saturday, November 20th, at 19:30 CET.
Of course, the fine folks at GGPoker have thought about those wanting to make (or break) the big bucks. The biggest buy-in of the series is $5,250 and it happens every single Sunday while the Omaholic series are running. Every Sunday (November 14th, 21st, and 28th) at 18:30 CET the 'Omaholic Bounty SHR' kicks-off with a $100,000 guarantee that is likely going to be crushed!
If you want to participate in the Omaholic series and you don't have an account, make sure to sign up for Pokercode by GGPoker to play your favorite games!
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