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East Coast Championship *Masters Tournament* – Saturday, October 13th, 2018

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The Bar Poker Open Master’s Tournament is a brand new and exclusive tournament for those talented enough to win multiple seats online.  Once a player achieves more than 2 seats during the period of June 17th – October 1st, that 3rd seat becomes a “Master’s Ticket” and every Master’s Ticket won above and beyond that becomes a rebuy/add-on in this championship event.

We expect the field in this tournament to be less than 20 players.  The prize in this event, with an expected field of less than 20 players, is a “Bye” into Day 2 of the $100,000 East Coast Championship.  By winning this bye, you will already be “in the money” with an average stack of 250,000, and you will by-pass 90% of the field for the $100,000 Total Payout!

Masters Tournament for 2018 $100K East Coast Championship

Saturday, October 13th, 2018 11:30am (Eastern Time)

Cost for Entry:

  • O Token Cost (Invite only)
    Automatically added to invite list once you hit 3 won seats during the season!
  • Rebuys Allowed for each additional seat won, over 3
    (valid at any time when player has 3,000 or fewer chips)
  • Add-on is also allowed at the expense of each seat won
    (valid during Break after Level 8)

Tournament Format:
3,000 Starting Stack
12 Min Levels

How To Rebuy/Add-On:
We will be dispersing players 500 tokens after 9AM on the day of the event for every additional seat you won, more than 3.   These tokens will be removed from your account, if they are not used, and you will be credited back the “seats” you did not use.

If you have 8 Seats Won this season
You will be given 500 Tokens On Saturday after 9AM
8 Seats Won – 3 Seat Requirement = 5 Seats to use for a rebuy
500 Tokens Per Seat = 2,500 Tokens

The Winner of this event will Win a “Bye” into Day 2 of the $100,000 East Coast Championship with an average chip stack (250,000 chips).

  • This will allow the player to get past 90% of the field and instantly “in the money” during Day 2.
  • Winner may still compete in Day 1A and/or Day 1B for a larger stack.
    If player bags chips greater in value than the 250,000 average stack during any Day1, they will start Day 2 with the larger stack.

This prize is non-transferrable, has no cash value, and can only be used for the $100,000 East Coast Championship on October 26 – 29th, 2018.  Please do not play in this event if you cannot make the tournament, you have nothing to gain and you would only be taking a prize from someone who plans to attend.

Masters Tickets Expiration:
Masters Tournament Invite earned before the East Coast Championship may be used for the East Coast Masters Tournament or saved for the Vegas National Championship Masters Tournament.

Masters Tickets earned after the East Coast Championship must be used for the Vegas National Championship Masters Tournament or they will expire.  With a full year season and easier qualification, we do expect the Vegas Master’s to have a larger turn-out than the ECC Masters.

Next Master’s Tournament Qualification
Players with a remaining balance of 2 or more Seats Won after the East Coast Championship will be invited to play in the next Bar Poker Open Masters Tournament.  The expected date of this tournament will be in May 2019 and we expect to have a larger tournament field of 40 – 60 players.

Players that win additional BPO seats at Local League Events, can use the additional seats for entry in the Masters!

  • Seat Use Examples and Scenarios:
    • Player Wins 1 Seat June 2018 – October 2018, who did not use the seat at the East Coast Championship, will only need to win 1 more seat during October 2018 – May 2018 season.
    • Player Wins 2 Seats June 2018 – October 2018, who did not use either seat at the East Coast Championship, will be eligible for the 2018 Masters because your balance is “2”.
    • Player that Wins 2 Seats after the East Coast Championship, will be able to use the extra seat for the BPO Masters.
    • Player that wins 3 Seats and plays in the East Coast Championship Masters but does not go to the East Coast Championship will be eligible for Vegas Masters because your balance would be “2”.

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