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Updated Fri, 2009-11-27 04:24

Doyle’s Bounty Tournament and $125,000 GTD Thanksgiving special

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Doyle’s Room is sweetening its promotions all over the site. Their weekly $50,000 Bounty Tournament features members of the Brunson family now. In addition to good old Tex Dolly, daughter Pam and son Todd will also play in the event. Players who knock out one of the Brunsons will walk away with a $1,000 bounty. The lucky fellow who manages to knock two of the bounty payers out, will take home a massive prize of $10,000. He who takes the entire Brunson family out will pocket no less than $50,000. Of course, all this comes in on top of the prize you win in the event itself.
As an added benefit, players who sit at the table where a bounty knockout occurs will share an additional $600 prize-pool, a special Thanksgiving deal.

The Bounty Tournament is about as beginner friendly as it gets. New players will be required to buy into the event (and by new players I mean first timers in the Bounty Tournament) but at the end of it they’ll be allowed to reclaim their $27.50 buy-in, regardless of whether they win or lose. They’ll be required to file the claim manually though.

The $27.50 buy-in is not a steep one by any standards, but if your bankroll is flimsy and you’re looking to protect it, you can opt to play your way into the $50,000 Bounty Tournament through a variety of satellites and sub satellites available at the online poker room. The direct access MTT bounty satellite costs only $5 to enter, and its sub-qualifiers cost $0.27.
You’ll be able to win your seat through a SNG as well. There’s a 10 player one and a 90 player one running, with both SNG satellites featuring a $2.75+$0.25 buy-in.

In addition to pimping up their Bounty Tournament, Doyle’s Room have touched up their weekly flagship event too: the $100,000 GTD. The addition of an extra $25,000 to the prize-pool of that event has practically changed its name to the $125,000 GTD. Buy-ins to the event itself and to the satellites leading up to it have remained the same. That translates into pure added value for participants, who will pay the same for the chance to play for more.


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