Road to Triton: Satellites from $12 on GGPoker

Road to Triton series satellites on GGPoker

Triton Poker always organizes large-scale events in the form of series for high rollers and this is their main feature. Average buy-ins in tournaments exceed $25,000 and, of course, not even every professional has the opportunity to pay such a large amount of money. The GGPoker room makes high roller events more accessible with the help of satellites.

In the lobby of the room, satellites have been added to the Triton Poker series, which will take place in May in Northern Cyprus. Last year, this stage was very successful in terms of the number of registrations. In 2023, the organizers also expect new attendance records.

The poker festival will open with the GGMasters Live tournament with a buy-in of $26,500. The path to the dream package per series is as follows:

  • Satellite for $12 → satellite ticket for $108
  • Satellite for $108 → satellite ticket for $1,050
  • Satellite for $1,050 → ticket to GGMasters Live

It is also possible to start this journey from a satellite more expensively:

  • Satellite for $30 → satellite ticket for $250
  • Satellite for $250 → satellite ticket for $2,625
  • Satellite for $2,625 → ticket to GGMasters Live

Read also: GGPoker named Best Online Operator of 2022

Until what date I can qualify?
Until what date I can qualify?

You can try to qualify for the series until the first days of May. There are also step-satellites in the lobby that pass every hour.

If offline tournaments are not to your liking, another large-scale event will be held at GGPoker in May: the GGPoker World Festival. The total guarantee of the series is $200,000,000 and thus the poker room will set a world record.

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Editor, translator. Part of Cardmates team since 2015. Started playing poker and other card games in high school, played a lot with friends and relatives. While studying at the university, I explored online games on various websites.
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