PokerGO Tour Mixed Games Series kicks off Thursday

Mo Afdhal
Posted on: October 03, 2023 09:00 PDT

Following a successful Poker Masters and Super High Roller Bowl VIII, the PokerGO Tour will run the second edition of their Mixed Games Series. The nine events on the schedule take over the PokerGO Studio from October 5th-14th.

The event buy-ins range from $5,300 to $25,300 and there's a Championship Bonus of $25,000 up for grabs. The series kicks off Thursday with the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. event. The headlining $25,000 10-Game Championship starts the following Friday, October 13th.

There are two satellites remaining for events in the series. Tomorrow, October 4th, there's a $1,450 10-Game satellite to the $5,000 10-Game Mini Championship. On Sunday, October 8th, a $3,200 10-Game satellite to the $25,000 10-Game Championship.

Mixed Games Series builds off past success

The first iteration of the PGT Mixed Games Series occurred back in February of this year. The eight-event series was a massive success, recording 538 total entries and awarding $5,975,000 in prize money. Dan Zack became the inaugural PGT Mixed Games Champion, winning $524,700 across five cashes.

All tournaments on the schedule are slated to begin at 12:00pm local time in Las Vegas and all players that register on time for an event receive a rake reduction. All players also receive complimentary food and drink from select ARIA Resort & Casino restaurants while they play.

The Mixed Games Series will count towards the overall PGT leaderboards. The Top 40 on the leaderboard at the end of the calendar year earn entry into the 2023 PGT Championship $1,000,000 freeroll, scheduled for December.

Date Event Buy-in
Thurs, Oct 5th H.O.R.S.E. $10,000
Fri, Oct 6th Big Bet Mix $10,000
Sat, Oct 7th 10-Game Mini Championship $5,000
Mon, Oct 9th 8-Game $10,000
Tues, Oct 10th Triple Stud Mix $10,000
Weds, Oct 11th Dealer's Choice $10,000
Thurs, Oct 12th Triple Draw Mix $10,000
Fri, Oct 13th 10-Game Championship $25,000
Sat, Oct 14th NL 2-7 Single Draw (1 Day) $5,000

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