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Eagle Cup Now Running on Global Poker; $1.25 Million In GTDs

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Oct 02, '17

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The first leg of the Global Poker Championships kicks off today with The Eagle Cup, an online tournament series with 150 scheduled tournaments that boasts more than $1.25 million in combined guarantees.

The series officially started Oct. 2 and runs until Oct. 30, with events broken down into four categories of low, medium and high-stakes $weeps Cash tournaments (1 $weeps Cash = $1 Dollar), as well as Gold Coin tournaments.

The series features a plethora of poker variants on the schedule, including Omaha in addition to hold’em, as well as four-max, six-max, deepstack, turbo, rebuy, big ante, limit and pot-limit. Check out the full schedule here.

Players who win an Eagle Cup event not only pocket the first-place prize and a new avatar, but the popular online site will also mail them a Global Poker Champions Pack, which includes a personalized trophy and a Global Poker t-shirt and hat (which can be used in the Hometown Heroes promotion for free $weeps).

There’s also an additional $15,000 in added value prizes to be won on The Eagle Cup leaderboard, including the chance to be the very first player to represent Global Poker in a live event of your choice. Whether you decide to go to Las Vegas, or Atlantic City, or somewhere in between, Global Poker will hook you up with entry fees, travel and hotel accommodations as you battle it out on the real felt.

Join the action in the fastest-growing poker room in the world with Global Poker.

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