CoinPoker Hosts The Top Poker Tournaments Of The Year In May – CSOP+

The CSOP Plus (CSOP+) tournament series hosted by CoinPoker comes packed with $25 million in guaranteed prizepools, and runs from May 5-26.

The event is a huge upgrade to the successful CSOP Spring which took place last month, and spans 14-18 daily events – with breaks on Fridays – for each of the three weeks of poker tournament action.

CSOP Plus Schedule

The CSOP+ main events take place on the final day, with one for every level of player bankrolls – low stakes ($50 buy-in), mid stakes ($200), high stakes ($1,000) and high roller ($5,000).

Source – CoinPoker.com

All those main events take place at 18:00 GMT on Sunday, May 26 with high rollers competing for a slice of $600,000.

In the run up to CSOP+ main event day, every Sunday CoinPoker hosts a $500,000 guaranteed ‘Tony’s PLO High Roller’ tournament, with a $25k buy-in, and several $5k – $10k buy-in events.

Of course, there are plenty of high rollers tournaments on the #CSOP+ schedule!
And today at 18:30 GMT, don’t forget Tony’s 25K High Rollers (#PLO & NLH).

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— CoinPoker (@CoinPoker_OFF) May 5, 2024

CoinPoker Tournament Livestreams

CoinPoker ambassador JNandezPoker live streamed his entries in several high stakes CSOP+ tournaments on its inaugural day, and explained how the CSOP+ is set to work.

Find the full CSOP+ tournament schedule on the CoinPoker website.

Tournament types include No Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, across regular, deepstack, turbo, progressive knockout, freezeout and 6-max formats.

Satellites are running now to freeroll into CSOP+ events at a discount.

The more CSOP+ events players take part in, the more live player points they also earn which can then be used as credits towads main event entries.

Players earn 1 point for every 1 USDT of buy-ins they pay, and can trade those in as follows:

5,000 points = a $50 main event ticket
20,000 points = a $200 main event ticket
50,000 points = a $500 main event ticket
100,000 points = a $1,000 main event ticket

As a fully decentralized, blockchain-based poker site and casino, CoinPoker has no KYC requirements and is open to players in any country.

Holders of its native token CHP, which is up close to 10% in the past month, earn 33% rakeback.

The CoinPoker YouTube channel also today streamed the cash game action surrounding the first day of CSOP+.

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