The Card Player Poker Tour (CPPT) is a 16-tournament series that will occur between October 27 and November 14. A $3,000 CPPT Main Event headlined the series.
The tour returns to bestbet Jacksonville this fall being its third time to partner with the North Florida mainstay; Jesse Hollander, bestbet's Executive Director of Poker Operations, stated that this will be the biggest ever CPPT tour. It has a huge opening event and a mystery bounty event.
The executive believes that a lot of people from all over the country will take part in it. The 2022 CPPT bestbet Jacksonville Main Event will be $3,000, and the previous largest one was $2,500 in last year's series.
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A $400 buy-in no-limit hold 'em tournament will kick off the series and take place between October 27 and October 30. It features six starting flights, and bestbetLIVE will stream its final table on Facebook Live, Twitch, and YouTube.
It will be the first large weekend tournament among the three that the series features. The second one is a 41,700 buy-in no-limit hold'em "Mystery Bounty' tournament that will occur from November 3 to November 6, and feature bounty payouts of $500 up to $50,000. Still, the venue held the new tournament format several months ago.
Hollander stated that it was fun and successful as each player wanted to see their possible payouts. The event's largest prize was $50,000. Bestbet live streamed the mystery bounty tournament's final table.
The 2022 $320 no-limit hold 'em ladies' tournament and the mystery bounty will have live stream coverage of their final tables. BestbetLIVE will air the main event and kickoff event's final tables.
The forthcoming CPPT $3,000 buy-in main event will take place between November 11 and November 14. There will be two starting flights starting on Friday and Saturday at noon. Players shall start the action with 40,000 chips and 60-minute blind levels.
Ben Scrogins, the 2021 CPPT bestbet Jacksonville Winner
The main event will have many re-entries in the registration period that will end after level 8. The latest CPPT bestbet Jacksonville main event was held in June 2021. It was a $2,500 buy-in tournament with 339 entries that formed a $759,360 prize pool.
Ben Scrogins, a 25-year-old player, won the event and received $158,915 after beating Kyle Cartwright in a heads-up match. The latter is an eight-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit ring champion and a WSOP bracelet winner.
The next buy-in will be larger than those of other CPPT main events. Hollander noted that players will have many winning chances in marquee tournaments and the main event through satellite. He added that they have package guarantee satellites in which players will win packages in the opening tournament, the CPPT main event, and the mystery bounty.
Each package will contain $5,100 buy-ins, and the satellite schedule is huge. Besides the ladies' event and the three weekend tournaments, the 2022 CPPT bestbet Jacksonville will have many amazing options like a $260 H.E.R.O.S event, a $360 bounty tournament, a $1,000 buy-in no-limit six-max event, and a $500 pot-limit Omaha tournament.