888Poker release the schedule for 888Live Bucharest and move into the world of pool by sponsoring the 2019 World Championships.
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Jacobson and Saliba aren’t the only pieces of perfection not needing a slice and dice. When 888Live debuted in Bucharest, the €888 buy-in Main Event attracted 469-entrants, with the local lad Andrei Racolta binking the €71,042 first prize, making 888Poker’s first foray into that part of the world an unmitigated success.
The series takes place March 4 – 10 at The Intercontinental Hotel. The comet in this twinkling night sky of a series is the €888 buy-in Main Event with a 30,000 starting stack, big blind ante format, shot-clock, and 40-minute levels (60 for the final table). The only difference from last year is the beautiful addition of a package to the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event including a seat in the $10,000 buy-in Main Event.
Here is the schedule:
|4-6 March||€230 buy-in Opening Event|
|6-10 March||€888 buy-in Main Event|
|6 March||€230 Turbo Bounty|
|7 March||€60 buy-in Ladies Event|
|9 March||€330 DeepStack|
|9 March||€1,700 High Roller|
|10 March||€220 Turbo DeepStack|
888Poker Sponsor the Pool World Championships
888Poker is renowned for its strategic partnerships, and they recently secured another one, this time in the world of pool.
The online gambling giant is teaming up with the International Pool Players’ Association (IPA) to sponsor the 2019 World Pool Championships.
The terms of the agreement see the 2019 event rebranded as the 888Poker World Championships, and balls began banging into pockets two days ago, with the final scheduled for February 10th.
The event takes place at the Bradford Hotel, Bradford in the UK, and you can catch the action on FreeSports TV.