Poker enthusiasts are thrilled that WPT has recently been lighting up the online space. Premium tournaments with hefty prizes are getting major attention from fans. It all started on January 17, the official start date.
Now the popular poker bonanza can continue to lure thousands of Canadian players. The time is here for online access to poker festivals. In fact, going online has replaced in-person poker gaming in many cases. In the pandemic era, moving to online gaming makes complete sense. It is safer and even more convenient.
The World Poker Tour Montreal is onboard with the trend. It is known for its special events offering numerous fans – both beginners and savvy enthusiasts – access to participation. Now we can look forward to the riveting $2,000,000 GTD Main Event.
Along the way is the Omaha Knockout online event with $50,000 GTD on January 20. Players can buy in at $500+30 and no doubt there will be a horde. Also on the schedule is the 6-Max Turbo with its $20,000 guaranteed prize pool. It just takes an entry fee of $150+12.
These premium events are always crowd pleasers. For example, the High Roller will bring a 250,000 guaranteed prize pool that will burgeon with increased online registrations. The buy-in for this event comes to $5,000+200.
On January 21, all eyes will be on the High Roller Turbo event, bringing with more hefty payouts. The $100,000 GTD event requires $2,000+100. The World Poker Tour on partypoker.com promises to unveil a progressive knockout tournament.
Then Montreal Masters Day 1A comes with a guaranteed prize pool of $500,000. Over the course of two days, lucky players could see some amazing action. The buy-in is $1,000+50. The 1B second starting flight of this riveting event has the same conditions.
The final day of the Montreal Masters event is January 24th, with the third starting flight. The Final Day reunite all survivors of the three staring flights.