Online poker is the focus in New Jersey this week as the Garden State Super Series heads into its second and final week. The GSSS, which boasted more than $1 million in guaranteed prize pools, still has almost half a million dollars yet to giveaway between now and its final day on Sunday March 13.
There is a wide variety of tournament structures and buy-in levels remaining, including deepstack events, turbos, six-max tournaments and a Super Bounty event that pays out half of its prize pool in bounties just for knocking out other players. There is even a Slow Grind tournament on the schedule Sunday for those looking to enjoy the game at their own pace.
Nearly all of the events left on the schedule are No Limit Hold’em, but for those that like Pot Limit Omaha, there is a six-max PLO event scheduled for Friday that has a $7500 guaranteed prize pool.
Plus, most of the events offer an option to re-enter, so even if you catch a bad run of cards, you still have the opportunity to get back and compete for the guaranteed prize money.
Big Prize Pools Still Available
The GSSS Main Event is scheduled for Sunday at 5 pm local time and guarantees to pay out $150,000. There is $75,000 guaranteed in the High Roller tournament which is also scheduled for Sunday, and there are several $20, 000 guaranteed events remaining as well.
New Additions to the Daily Online Poker Tournament Schedule
Monday, Borgata announced that it is adding a series of new daily events to its tournament schedule which offers $25,000 in guaranteed prize pools every Monday through Saturday and more than $75,000 guaranteed every Sunday.
The new additions are as follows:
- Fri/Sat/Sun at 10:30am: Deepstack NLH ($500 Guaranteed)
- Daily at 12pm: Deepstack NLH ($750 Guaranteed)
- Mon-Sat at 5pm: Deepstack NLH ($1,000 Guaranteed)
- Daily at 4pm: Deepstack NLH Re-Entry ($500 Guaranteed)
- Mon & Wed at 7pm: Micro Deepstack NLH Re-Entry ($150 Guaranteed)
- Tue & Thu at 7pm: Micro Deepstack Turbo NLH Re-Entry ($150 Guaranteed)
These daily tournaments offer online poker competition for players looking for lower buy-in levels. You can get more information on Borgata Poker’s full slate of daily tournaments here.