intertops poker soft series

Intertops Soft Series returns

intertops poker soft series

The annual Soft Series is returning to Intertops Poker in September.

The 2021 Intertops Soft Series is scheduled to run from September 30 to November 28 with 30 events on the schedule. The Series was created for the recreational poker player and has affordable buy-ins that range from $7.70 to $110. T

he cheapest event on the Soft Series schedule will cost you nothing as it’s a freeroll with a $300 guaranteed prize pool on October 2. The Soft Series also has plenty of variety with R&A, Progressive Bounty, Omaha Hi/Lo, 6-Max, and Deepstack tournaments on the schedule.

How does Intertops Soft Series work?

The Soft Series begins on September 30 with Event 1, the $1,250 guaranteed SuperStack R&A tournament. It has a $10 + $1 buy-in and begins on the 30th at 7:30 p.m. eastern. [ Check it out and pocket a terrific bonus offer as well ] 

If you’re more interested in the bigger prize pools, there are three events with a $5,000 guaranteed prize pool and one with a $15,000 guarantee.

The first $5,000 guaranteed tournament is scheduled for October 16. It’s a Deepstack R&A tournament with a $30 + $ buy-in. There are also $5,000 Deepstack R&A tournaments on October 30 and November 13. They also have a $30 + $3 buy-in.

The event with the largest guarantee, $15,000, also has the largest buy-in, $100 + $10. The event is scheduled for November 7 and along with the prize pool it will also award two tickets to the Soft Series Championship Event.

Let’s talk about that Championship Event. It’s the final event of the Soft Series and the only one that players can’t buy in to. To earn a seat in the Championship Event and have a shot at the $5,000 prize pool, you must win one of the other 29 Soft Series events. The Championship will have only 30 players and begins on November 28 at 6:15 p.m. eastern.

For a full rundown of the Soft Series schedule, visit the Intertops Poker lobby.

Author: admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.