OPL Season 13 Kicks Off This Week1 month ago
Season 13 of the Online Poker League is ready to kick off once more this coming Sunday. The much loved online festival is back again with $25k of added value waiting to be won.
It’s difficult to believe that we are already getting ready to line up for the 13th season. This time, though, it’s going to be even more fast-paced and exciting than ever before.
Rooms that that will host events are:
With these four different rooms already signed up, instead of playing the tournaments at different times, they will now all be played together. One tournament per poker room.
Multitabling at its best means this will be the most fun and exciting season yet. You’d better be ready to get focussed.
OPL Season 13 will run from April 19th through to May 2nd. 14 days of action during the coronavirus lockdown that many will be glad for.
There will also be 10 tournaments per room, rather than the usual 5. More action to keep you all entertained.
HighStakes have generously sponsored the tournament leaderboard. Instead of $500 added per room like normal, there will be a huge $10,000 waiting to be won.
The leaderboard top 20 will all be winning cash prizes with the top three as follows:
- 1st - $2,000
- 2nd - $1,300
- 3rd - $1,000
But it’s not just about the leaderboard. There are still thousands of dollars added into the prize pools for the tournaments themselves.
If ever there was a season of the Online Poker League that you shouldn’t miss out on, it’s definitely this one.
Top Draw Twitch Streamers
This fortnight of tense tournament poker should be plenty enough to keep you entertained but, of course, there’s more to come.
There will be two top draw Twitch streamers broadcasting their action.
Paris was the second player to cross the $10 million in winning line for online tournaments. Now he currently stands at more than $12 million won, with another $815k from live events.
It’s not very often we get to witness the best players in the world showing us how it’s done with commentary so don’t miss out on this.
Another streamer who many of you will recognise is Evan “Gripsed” Jarvis. Jarvis is a long time streamer and YouTube video producer while also keeping his poker career running along at a high level.
Both of these guys will entertain you massively during the lockdown.don’t miss out!
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