TCOOP Returns to PokerStars This January
The Turbo Championship of Online Poker will be back in action by the 21st of January, offering fifty tournaments featuring a variety of buy-ins and gaming types. PokerStars will be offering the TCOOP from the 21st to the 30th, with as much as $15 million total prize money to be awarded.

This year’s series will be the fifth running of the TCOOP, a series that many poker players look forward to. The series will include a main event with a $700 buy-in, which will take place on the last day of the series. $2 million in prize money will be guaranteed for this event.

Mickey Petersen, a member of the Team PokerStars Pro Online, stated he is looking forward to the TCOOP for 2016. Petersen stated that the turbo structures of the events with the variety of game types plus formats keep the series fun and interesting each day of game play. Each tournament lasts only a few hours due to turbo speed so players have the opportunity to earn a great deal in a short time frame.

The series begins with a No Limit Hold’em Six Max Turbo Event with a buy-in of only $27. Players can earn a seat to this event for a low rate with introductory qualifiers which are taking place now. With this event, players have the option to participate in phase one and phase two as much as they like to be able to qualify for the third phase. The first two phases should take about an hour to play, so it takes only a short time for the player to know where they stand in game play.

This way, players can work their way into the phase three round, which will officially begin on the 21st of January at noon. This event has a guaranteed prize pool of $1.5 million.

- 2016-01-04


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