Thursday, September 30, 2021

Intertops Poker's SOFT Series Poker Tournaments Gives Occasional Players a Chance at Some Big Cash


The first tournament in Intertops Poker's fall SOFT Series poker tournaments, designed for casual players, is a $1,250 GTD Superstack R&A. You can continue until the $5K GTD Champions Tournament on November 28th.  Meanwhile between the two competitions, watch for freerolls, re-entry, 6-max and R&A tournaments. Event #20, the $15,000 GTD tournament on November 7th is the highpoint of the series. You won’t want to miss out on the action.

 There are 30 events that pay out almost $70,000 in prizes. Guaranteed prize hauls range from $300 to $15,000 and buy-ins start at just $7.

 “We have lots of recreational players at our tables and lots of sportsbook players that enjoy an occasional game of poker,” said the poker manager. “With quite a range of buy-ins and a variety of tournament formats, this series is designed to give less experienced poker players a shot at some real prize money.”

 If you are a winner in each event category, you will receive a ticket to the Champions Tournament. If you’re a winner of all five of the events, you will also receive an Intertops SOFT Series hoodie.

 You can be entered in a raffle for exclusive Intertops Poker merchandise including hoodies, t-shirts, caps and coffee mugs if you buy-in to 15 or more Soft Series events (cash buy-in only).

 Entering in ten or more events, you will receive a cash bonus:  $40 for buying into 10 tournaments, $80 for buying into 18 tournaments and $150 for buying into all 27 tournaments.

 Register for SOFT Series tournaments by clicking on them in the list of daily tournaments in the downloaded poker room or the instant play poker app.

 Intertops Poker hosts the most active poker room on the worldwide Horizon Poker Network, attracting all kinds of players from all over the world. It also has hundreds of slots and table games from four leading games providers in its Casino Games section.




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