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Caribbean Poker Party Heading Online This Week at partypoker

The Caribbean Poker Party has always been a fun and exciting yearly event for amateurs and poker pros. Each year, players head to the Caribbean to enjoy premium poker action with a ton of cash up for grabs. This year, the coronavirus pandemic has caused many live events to be canceled or postponed. The Caribbean Poker Party is no exception. Thankfully, online poker giant partypoker stepped in and will be hosting the 2020 CPP Online. The series will run from November 13-24 with ton of gaming action up for grabs.

Details of the Series

With the CPP Online, players will be competing in 10 events with 15 total tournaments on the schedule. Together, these events will offer up $10 million in total prize money. The Main Event takes up the bulk with $5 million in total prize money provided.

The Main Event will consist of two Day 1s and begins on November 15. The buy-in is $5,300 to enter. Players are given one million chips to start. The blinds will start at 2,500/5,000/625a and will increase every 20 minutes.

Players who make it to Day 2 will find the blind levels will increase every 30 minutes for the first 10 levels. After that, the blinds move up every 40 minutes.

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If the regular Main Event is a bit too pricey, there is two smaller events. The Mini Main Event has a lower buy-in of $530 with a $500,000 prize pool. If that is still too high, consider the Micro Main Event with its $55 buy-in. This event features $150,000 in prize money.

The series will kick off with The Opener which has a buy-in of $1,050. Players will be competing for $500,000 in total prize money. The event has three Day 1s.

Larger Events

Like the Main Event, there are other larger buy-in events featuring big prize pools. On November 19, the CPP will feature a Pot Limit Omaha event with a $3,500 buy-in. This event has a prize pool of $150,000. For a whopping $25,500 you can compete in the Super High Roller. This event has a $2 million prize pool guarantee.

On November 23, the series will feature a Second Chance Turbo. This event has a buy-in of $2,600 and a large $200,000 guaranteed prize pool. There is another High Roller event on the schedule as well, this time with a $10,300 buy-in. This tournament features a $1 million prize pool.

Players can log online now to partypoker and compete in satellites for a chance to win a Main Event seat. The satellites start at $0.01 and offer 25 $5.50 tickets to Phase 1. The Phase 1 satellite provides 50 tickets to the next phase and has a buy-in of $5.50 + $0.50.

Phase 2 offers 50 satellite tickets as well per event but has a higher buy-in of $50 + $5. The last option is the Mega Satellite which runs on Sunday. The other satellites run daily. In the Sunday event, the buy-in is $530. There will be 50 tickets to the Main Event awarded from each running of the satellite.

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