The World Series of Poker (WSOP) gave poker pros a month and a half of non-stop action and most of the top poker pros are taking it easy for the next couple of months as they need to relax and recharge their batteries.
Poker pros who are looking to finish the year with a vacation and some quality poker time will be interested in partypoker’s Caribbean Poker Party (CPP).
The event is scheduled to take place in the beautiful Bahamas from November 9 to 18 and will give players a great opportunity to unwind and at the same time win tons of money.
Caribbean Poker Party: High Stake Extravaganza
The CPP is scheduled to take place at the Baha Mar Casino Resort and more than 2,000 poker players from all over the world are expected to be in attendance. The CPP will have a mix of low buy-in, medium buy-in and high stake events to give poker pros from all backgrounds a chance to play. The highlight of the CPP will be the Main Event which has a buy-in of $5,300 and a $10 million guaranteed prize pool.
High rollers will be interested in inaugural MILLIONS World event which has a $25,500 buy-in and a $10 million guaranteed prize pool. This partypoker event is in many ways similar to the much hyped PokerStars Player’s No-Limit Hold’em Championship which is also scheduled to take place in the Bahamas in Jan 2019. Some of the other top high roller events include a $10,300 High Roller event from Nov 15 to 17 and a Super High Roller Championship which has a $250,000 buy-in.
Mid and low stake buy-in events include five buy-in events at $275, $1,100 Pot-Limit Omaha and a $1,100 No-Limit Hold’em Finale which comes with a cool $1 million guarantee.
Players who don’t have the bankroll to play at these events can take advantage of the many online satellite events being held at partypoker.com. These events start with a buy-in of $0.01 and players who win keep going through different stages such as the $5.50 second round, then on to the quarter-finals which have a $22 buy-in, the semi-finals which have a $109 buy-in and then to the Finals which have a $1050 buy-in.
The winner will go on to receive a CPP package which is worth over $10,000 and includes a $5,300 Main Event buy-in, $2,000 in airfare, 9 nights stay at the Baha Mar resort with complimentary breakfast for two and $1,000 in room credit.