Online festival runs March 26 through April 7 on the partypoker international client
One of the world’s longest-running international poker tournament festivals moves online for the second straight year due to COVID-19 considerations.
The partypoker international platform hosts the 2021 Irish Poker Open March 26-April 7. Plenty of money is on the line throughout the two-week series, which guarantees more than €5.5 million across 25 events.
The series revolves around the €1,000,000 guaranteed Main Event, which comes at a €1,100 buy-in and kicks off March 28.
Here’s a look at how to play in the 2021 Irish Poker Open, as well as a listing of some of the most notable tournaments in the series:
Irish Poker Open 2021 notable events
|Tournament||Dates||Day 1 flights||Guaranteed Prize Pool|
|Event #1: €530 The Opener||March 26-28||March 26, March 27, March 28||€250,000|
|Event #4: €1,100 Main Event||March 28-April 7||March 28, April 4, April 5||€1,000,000|
|Event #6: €55 Grand Prix Ireland||March 28-April 6||One per day March 28-April 5||€250,000|
|Event #17: €530 JP Masters||April 2-4||April 2, April 3, April 4||€250,000|
|Event #20: €1,050 Omaha High Roller||April 4||One-day event||€100,000|
|Event #23: €5,200 Super High Roller||April 6||One-day event||€250,000|
2021 Irish Poker Open highlights and how to play
The biggest prize pool across the Irish Poker Open series comes through the €1,100 buy-in Main Event. The tournament awards €1,000,000 guaranteed, running March 28 through April 7.
Day 1 flights for the Main Event run Sunday, March 28, Sunday, April 4, and Monday, April 5. Surviving players from those three starting flights reconvene for Day 2 in the evening of April 5.
The Main Event then progresses through two more days, with the championship to be decided on Wednesday, April 7. Satellite qualifiers to the Main Event start as low as €0.01 buy-in.
The €55 Grand Prix Ireland event will likely draw the largest field of any tournament in the series. The tournament guarantees €250,000 at just a €55 buy-in, and runs nine different Day 1 flights.
Day 1 flights for the €55 Grand Prix run once per day March 28 through April 5. Day 2 restarts in the evening of April 5 and crowns a champion on Tuesday, April 6.
Several other events on the Irish Poker Open schedule offer six-figure guarantees, as partypoker hosts the event online for a second consecutive year.
The 2021 Irish Poker Open is accessible in all countries with legal access to partypoker’s main online poker platform. Partypoker is available in many areas of the world, but U.S. players can’t legally play on the site.
To download the partypoker software, visit partypoker.com and click “Download Now.” If you’re not located in an area that legally offers partypoker, you won’t be able to deposit or register for tournaments.
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