Bovada’s Golden Spade Poker Open

Learn more about the Golden Spade Poker Open at Bovada

Big money is back at Bovada’s Golden Spade Poker Open, and it’s actually bigger than ever.

For the 8th edition of the GSPO, we’re going all-out, Vegas-style, with over $10 Million in guaranteed prize pools. It all starts on October 17th, and wraps up November 18th - a full month of non-stop poker excitement.

You can also play your way in by getting in on the Qualifiers beginning October 13th, with buy-ins starting at $5.50.

One of the main highlights of the GSPO is the Main Event being held on Sunday, November 15th. It’s got a $500,000 guaranteed prize pool ($425 + $25 buy-in with 2 re-entries).

Speaking of highlights, a Mini Main Event, with $200,000 guaranteed and a $100 + $9 buy-in (with 2 re-entries.), goes earlier that same day.

And there are plenty more highlights to fill your month up with poker action. This year’s GSPO has 166 events in total, including:

 

GSPO8 Low Roller Event - $2,000 Gtd ($25 + $2.50) on November 16
GSPO8 Super High Roller Event - $150,000 Gtd ($470 + $30) on November 16
GSPO8 Micro Roller Event - $7,500 Gtd ($5 + $0.50) on November 17
GSPO8 Super Duper High Roller - $150,000 Gtd ($1,000 + $55) on November 17
GSPO8 Super Low Roller Event - $15,000 Gtd ($10 + $1) on November 18

 

We’ve also got the GSPO8 Special with $250,000 guaranteed (20K Chips) and a GSPO8 High Roller Event with $200,000 guaranteed. These will replace the October 18, 25, November 1, 8 and 15 instances of our Sunday $150,000 and $100,000 events.

How about Monday night poker action? The GSPO has Super High Roller Events running every Monday night, for $150,000 Gtd ($470 + $30).

If your poker energy is still high towards the end of the GSPO, you’re in luck. We’ve also got the GSPO8 High Roller Event - $150,000 Gtd ($300 + $25) on November 18

Bovada’s poker lobby has the full schedule of events so make it your home during the entire GSPO, and hopefully you’ll discover that you’ve got that golden touch.

 

Terms & Conditions

  • Players can win only one entry to a single event, unless the event specifies a re-entry option.
  • Any remaining tournament tickets at the end of the series will be forfeited.
  • Tournament tickets cannot be used in any other tournament or exchanged for cash.

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