VBet Launch $300k GTD Battle Of Armenia Cup!

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VBet Launch $300k GTD Battle Of Armenia Cup!
26 Sep

Armenia takes centre stage in the poker world next month when VBet.com launch their inaugural Battle of Armenia Cup, a 6-day series of live tournaments with a $300,000 guaranteed prizefund.

The five-star Golden Palace Hotel Resort & Spa in Tsaghkadzor – a short drive from Yerevan – will host the live stop of Armenia's leading online poker site, VBet currently running satellites offering places in not only the Main Event but also a host of side-events, at least one of which will be quite unique.

The $50,000 guaranteed 'Under Pressure Knockout' event (a $200+$100 buy-in tournament) saw the final table played out on a table floating in the middle of nearby Lake Sevan – the entire tournament played without breaks!

The Main Event itself is a $490 buy-in deep-stack NLHE tournament with $130,000 guaranteed, the winner walking off with at least $50,000 – players starting with 30k in chips and having unlimited re-entry opportunities, carrying forward whichever day 1 stack is biggest should they survive multiple flights.

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The high-rollers haven’t been left out either, with the $60,000 guaranteed Highroller Midnight Battle featuring a $1,990 buy-in and the series also includes a $200 buy-in OFC event, the 3-max $4K guaranteed tournament a nice side change from No Limit Hold’em for many.

Online satellites are not the lonely way to get yourself a cheaper seat at the Battle of Armenia tables – if you don’t get lucky on VBet.com you can try your hand at the live satellites, $50 to $110 buy-ins giving you the chance of a Main Event seat.

With live cash games round the clock to keep the players happy, October in Armenia looks set to be one of the best festivals on offer and you can find out more from the VBet site here or check out the schedule below…


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Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.Read more


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