GGPoker Holiday Surprise Gifts

GGPoker Holiday Surprise Gifts: Now Until 2021

Daniel Negreanu and Doug Polk fans received an unexpected gift Wednesday when the High Stakes Feud opponents made a rare on-stream appearance together — joining hosts Jeff Platt and Brent Hanks during the GGPoker Round #21 post-game show on YouTube.

The user-friendly, feature-rich real money site is now offering #PokerTwitter an opportunity to likewise join in the festivities as the poker world says goodbye to the 2020 calendar year… with random holiday prizes being awarded to registered players who provide their screen name and share the tweet below.

The promotion coincides with the $100,000,000 Guaranteed WSOP Winter Online Circuit being played from now until January 10th, exclusively on GGPoker. The series will award a total of 18 WSOP Circuit rings, one to each of the event winners.

WSOP Winter Online Circuit on GGPoker
* Some restrictions may apply. Consult official GGPoker website or Twitter account for full details.

Anticipated High Stakes Feud “Pause” at 12,500 Hands

Wednesday’s High Stakes Feud Round #21 cast on GGPoker featured select quotes from both Daniel Negreanu and Doug Polk that strongly suggest:

  • The action will “pause” on December 28th at 12,500 hands — resulting in an abbreviated session
  • The action will resume in 2021 — meaning there likely will be a “second half” to the grudge match

“I’m hopeful that if we do get the vaccines soon enough, maybe we can take 200 hands and play them on the second half of the match. ‘If’ the second half of the match happens. You never know, right? -Daniel (5:40:12)

“We talk about the ‘halfway’ point. I don’t know if people realize this? We’re like 300 hands away… or something like that. We’re going to have to figure out with WSOP the exact number.” -Doug (5:40:50)

“We’re basically there. The next session would be an hour or two, and then we’ll be at the halfway point.” -Doug (5:41:06)

“So I’ll ask both of you since we’re effectively at the halfway point… as we move into the second half of the High Stakes Feud.” -Jeff Platt (5:41:26)

“If I run well going into the second half, there’s no reason why I can’t win the second half of the match… theoretically, I could do the same thing on the second half.” -Daniel (5:44:51)

* Doug Polk currently leads the High Stakes Feud by approximately $810,000 after 12,200 hands.

2020 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Starts Monday

The U.S. portion of the 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event final table is scheduled to begin Monday, December 28th, at the Rio All Suites Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The winner of that final table will compete heads-up versus international winner Damian Salas on December 30th for an additional $1,000,000 championship prize along with the coveted WSOP Main Event bracelet.

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