Full schedule of The High Five Series
The US-friendly poker network Winning keeps organizing its tournament calendar according to the 2020 plan. Right after the end of the massive $13 million OSS Cub3d XI, the following festival was announced:
There are exciting features of this festival to highlight:
- 5 events every day, at least one in PKO format, with buy-ins from small to high-roller (from $0,25 to $2,650). Most have entries between $11 and $55.
- Two Main Events: $1,000,000 GTD Main Event #1 for $450 on April 11-12, and $420,000 GTD Main Event #2 for $55 on April 11-19 (10 starting flights).
- The events' structure is deep (only a few hyper turbos), but not without a long late registration period from 2 to 5 hours. The table format for most tournaments is 8-max.
- For fans of exotic formats, there are seven tournaments in 7-Card Stud and Omaha Hi/Lo.
The full schedule of The High Five Series can be found here.
Today, March 17, WPN deployed a software update. Once again, it was devoted to adding anti-bot features, although no details were given.
Players should like the following changes:
- Six new decks (15 options in total!). The so-called "full color" decks were launched.
- Improved keyboard shortcut settings. For about 20 actions, the player himself can set any key.
- The last game played (stake) will be remembered in the Jackpot lobby.
A few days ago, Randy "Nanonoko" Lew, in a new video, explained the RNG topic and how it works in the WPN Network rooms. However, his arguments are unlikely to convince supporters of the "conspiracy theory".
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