The enthusiastically expected 2023 Rulers of Tallinn celebration is not too far off, with the sumptuous Olympic Park Gambling club and Hilton Tallinn Park set to have a timetable of 53 poker competitions between February 23 and Walk 5.
Prestigious competition chief and Rulers of Tallinn pioneer Teresa Nousiainen has made a fabulous 2023 Lords of Tallinn plan that highlights the greater part twelve poker variations, including No-Restriction Hold’em, Pot-Cutoff Omaha, Open Face Chinese Pineapple, 8-Game Blend, and one of the most insane poker rounds of all Sviten Extraordinary.
Purchase INS for the 53 booked occasions start at a reasonable €60 and increment to a €3,000 hot shot, with a lot of levels between those two limits. Obviously, there are satellites occurring all through the celebration, and a portion of those Rulers of Tallinn satellites are allowed to enter, which isn’t something you see consistently! The Olympic Gambling club Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Slovakia likewise have an enormous determination of live satellites, meaning players from these nations can get a seat before they head to the Rulers of Tallinn celebration.
Estonian, Finnish, and Latvian players can play online satellites at OlyBet Poker, while a few other Nordic players, Maltese, and Clean processors can find satellites online at GGPoker.
€500,000 Ensured Rulers of Tallinn Headliner
The crown gem on the 2023 Rulers of Tallinn plan is the €1,100 purchase in €500,000 ensured Headliner. Running from Walk 1-5, the Rulers of Tallinn Headliner includes a triplet of beginning flights, each seeing participants plunk down with 30,000 chips and play to hour long levels on Day 1a and Day 1b, with Day 1c highlighting a 30-minute clock. Limitless reemergences are accessible until the beginning of the second level on Day 2, offering you a lot of chance to take one more chomp at the €500,000 cherry.
The last time the Lords of Tallinn Headliner highlighted a €500,000 prize pool was in 2020 preceding the Coronavirus pandemic. Nearly 674 players made an assurance busting prize pool of €640,300, with Sweden’s Johan Karlsson gathering €126,900 of that delicious pot.
Past Rulers of Tallinn Headliner Champions
Adam Kharman is the authoritative Rulers of Tallinn Headliner champion, having outlived 327 rivals in 2022. Kharman, who hails from Australia, got €64,280 for his noteworthy triumph. Kharman was additionally important for the triumphant group in the Group Challenge close by Zachary Duce, Rasmus Sepping, and Michael Behnert.
The Group Challenge returns for the 2023 Lords of Tallinn celebration and could see your group leave with roughly €20,000. Enter the Group Challenge through the Lords of Tallinn site before the principal break of the Headliner Day 1b, which will be 2:15 p.m. neighborhood time on Walk 2, and you have a possibility of winning some extra award cash.
Your group of four procures focuses for simply playing in any of the non-satellite and non-women Rulers of Tallinn occasions and, surprisingly, more focuses for trading out those occasions. Some 75% of the Group Challenge prize pool goes to the triumphant group, with the second place scooping the leftover 25%. That prize pool is supported by 2% of all Rulers of Tallinn competition prize pools going towards it.