After a successful run last year, the U.S. Poker Open is back at Global Poker for another online edition of the popular tournament festival.
This year’s series runs from Aug. 22 to Sept. 4, and promises to be the biggest yet with GC 652 million and SC 1.63 million guaranteed.
The 14-day series features 32 unique trophy events, each awarding exclusive Global Poker Champion Packs with swag and the much-coveted golden crown trophy. Events include a wide variety of games and formats, including six-max, super bounty, progressive bounty, and pot-limit Omaha tournaments.
The highlight of the schedule is the two main events, boasting guarantees of GC 100 million and SC 250,000, respectively. There are multiple satellites running every day, giving players plenty of opportunities to qualify for a huge discount, if not for free.
Put some big cashes together and you will find yourself on the series leaderboard competing for added prizes, including a $5,000 luxury trip to Las Vegas for a trophy ceremony at the PokerGO studios.
What are you waiting for? If you haven’t already, sign up for Global Poker and start playing today.
Join the fastest-growing poker room in the world with Global Poker.
If you have been around poker players in the United States lately then you have probably heard about Global Poker. The new kid on the block as far as online poker sites go has taken the poker world by storm. Since launching, the site has cemented itself among the top 10 sites worldwide for player volume.
It doesn’t matter what your stake or preference is, Global Poker has something for you.
About Global Poker
Global Poker is an online social poker room and is free to play, with over one million registered players. The site is dedicated to its loyal and growing community of players with a mission to bring a greater variety of games, a larger range of bigger prize pools, and more championships and tournaments. Visit GlobalPoker.com to start playing today!
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