If you’re a poker player I’m guessing you like free money, right? Well, we like giving it away! Get your hands on a share of $30,000 with the Pokercode Spring Leaderboards during the GG Spring Festival, exclusive for Pokercode by GGPoker players.
We’re going to hand out $10,000 every single week to our cash and MTT players during the three-week period that the GG Spring Festival is running. The first Pokercode Spring Leaderboards start on Monday, April 5th, lasting until April 12th. The leaderboards are split up in a cash game leaderboard awarding $6,000 in C$, and a tournament leaderboard awarding $4,000 in T$.
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We’re giving away $6,000 to our cash game players every single week during the GG Spring Festival. There’s $4,000 in C$ dedicated to Pokercode by GGPoker players grinding cash games with a big blind of $1 or higher. There’s $1,100 in C$ for those playing between $0.10/$0.25 and $0.25/$0.50 and $400 in C$ for those playing smaller stakes. All players that participate in the challenge but miss out on any of the leaderboard prizes get a ticket to enter a $500 Weekly Freeroll with prizes awarded in C$.
The games included are All-in or Fold, Omaha, Hold’em, Rush & Cash, and Short deck.
There is no buy-in split in the tournament leaderboard. There’s just one $4,000 leaderboard with T$ prizes every single week during the GG Spring Festival. Points are calculated based on your finishing position and the total prize pool of the tournament. You divide the total prize pool with the rank you finished at. If you bubble the tournament, you divide this number by 2. If you’re in the money but not on the final table that is your total score. If you reach the final table you multiply the points by 1.5 and if you win the tournament you’re in the points get multiplied by 2.
All prizes in the weekly $4,000 Spring Leaderboard will be awarded as T$. All tournaments (and not just the GG Spring Festival ones) qualify for the leaderboard.
The leaderboard rankings will be posted on the Pokercode.com/play page starting next week so you can keep an eye on where you stand on the leaderboards and if you're in for a prize. If you don't have an account yet, open one now!
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