GGPoker Continues to Send Players to WSOP Paradise in the Bahamas

Two qualifiers to WSOP Paradise in the Bahamas

The prestigious WSOP Paradise festival is now in full swing in the Bahamas. And tomorrow, Saturday, December 9, the first day of the Main Event starts – an incredible tournament with a buy-in of $5,300 and a guarantee of 15 million.

This entry fee may be too much for most players, but it doesn't mean they have to give up on the game. The GGPoker room has been actively raffling off large prize packages for participation in this particular event among its players for several months now. And so, thanks to the "Road To Paradise" promo campaign, dozens of lucky people from all over the world will be able to join the game among celebrities, for example, former US Marine Paul Rogers.

Recently, these players who received the chance to play the Main Event in the Bahamas were joined by two more – Callum Gordon and Aurel Cotos.​

Aurel Cotos from Romania
Aurel Cotos from Romania

It will be his first live tournament ever. He is not a professional poker player, but he plays online MTT quite often. And he has some good winnings to his name. He won a package in step satellites, and it all started with a $50 ticket he received at GGPoker. Dreams of meeting poker celebrities, especially Patrick Leonard and Daniel Negreanu. Will be coming to the Bahamas with his wife and two children, so it will be a great vacation.

Callum Gordon from the UK
Callum Gordon from the UK

He qualified for the Bahamas without investing a dime of his own money – first he received a ticket for $50, then won several step satellites in a row. So he can safely say that he will go to the Bahamas thanks to the freeroll. Lives in Birmingham. Mostly played online before, then took a fairly long break from the game. This year Callum started playing offline, most often in a local casino nearby. Also attended a major poker festival in Malta. He will come to the Bahamas with his girlfriend and plans to enjoy his vacation to the fullest.

The game in the Main Event starts on December 9 and will last four days until the champion is determined.

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