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먹튀검증 Introduces TCOOP 2012 with Free $22 Reload Ticket!

PokerStars has gone a bit unconventional with their latest tournament series idea. The Turbo Championship of Online Poker, or TCOOP, is strictly for tournament players who like fast action. The tournament series has a guaranteed prize pool of $10,000,000 to be given out over 50 events. The tournament will start on January 19th and culminate on January 29th. Buy-ins range from $5.50 to $2,100. Players can win a free $22 buy-in to any TCOOP tournament with a qualifying reload. The big event of the TCOOP is the $1,500,000 guaranteed Main Event. This tournament series will certainly be an exciting one to follow.

As usual with any PokerStars tournament series, this tournament series is sure to be huge. Of course, No Limit Hold’em will be the main attraction at the tables. However, players can play different formats of Hold’em as well as games such as pot-limit draw, pot-limit Omaha, and Triple Draw. With buy-ins from $5.50 to $2,100, there are events for just about everyone. For players that want to play at the bigger events that do not have a large enough bankroll, PokerStars is hosting TCOOP 2012 satellites.

PokerStars players can qualify for the $22 buy-in events by reloading their PokerStars account. Any player that reloads their account with a minimum of $60 using the bonus code ‘TCOOP’ will receive a free $22 TCOOP ticket. 먹튀검증 This promotion ends on January 18th and the ticket must be used by 18:30 ET on January 29th. There are seven events that cost $22 to buy into. These events include a six-max No Limit Hold’em event, a Stud event, and a Pot-limit Draw event.

Turbo tournaments are always exciting and usually end quickly. Faster tournaments are better suited for less experienced players since better players have less time per level to take advantage of their skill edge. This makes this tournament series perfect for players new to online poker. Good luck at the felt!

PokerStars has unveiled a new addition to their tournament stable, known as the Turbo Championship of Online Poker (TCOOP). Set to launch on the 19th of January, this new series will feature Turbo and Hyper Turbo versions of several different varieties of the game.

For the initial running, PokerStars has scheduled 50 different events, with a combined prize pool of some $10 million in guaranteed cash. The festivities will run over a period of 11 days, culminating with a $1.5 million guaranteed Main Event with a buy-in set at $700. In the week and a half leading up to the big game, PokerStars has scheduled tournaments with entry fees ranging from $5.50 all the way up to $2,100.

This wide range of financial levels should give players of all bankroll tiers the chance to compete. Those who wish to find an even cheaper means of entry are welcome to take a shot at the TCOOP Satellites, many of which are currently up and running. These tournaments, says PokerStars, can be entered for as little as $1. and can be found under the TCOOP tab in the Events area.

As mentioned above, action will kick off on January 19, 2012. The first event on tap will be a $20+$2 No Limit Hold’em affair featuring 6-Max gameplay and a $200,000 guarantee.

If the initial buzz surrounding this latest series is any indication, the world’s largest poker site may have another winner on their hands. Both the World Championship and Spring Championship of Online Poker have become landmarks on the calender of serious players, and this new opportunity has the potential to do just as well.

One of the most interesting aspects of the TCOOP will be found in the winners’ circle. Unlike its older siblings, this series will likely see more amateur and aspiring players taking top prizes. Because of the lightning-quick nature of the games, luck will come more into play than ever before. Skilled players will not be able to sit and wait on the perfect hand, giving less experienced players a greater shot at victory.

No matter how you look at it, it seems as though PokerStars has a winner on its hands with their new Turbo Championship.