2018 XL Blizzard Poker Series Schedule Unveiled

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Jan/18/2018

888 Poker has released details of its 34-event XL Blizzard series with the schedule appearing below.


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The event includes kicks off at 6:00 p.m. GMT on Jan. 18 and runs until Jan. 28 and will reward 2.8 million.

Twelve events are priced between $5 and $44, 11 events have buy-ins of $55 to $109 and 13 XL Blizzard tournaments have buy-ins of $215 or more.

Featured Events:

  • XL Blizzard #12: $200,000 Whale with a $1,050 buy-in on Jan. 21
  • XL Blizzard #16: $250,000 High Roller with a $2,100 buy-in on Jan. 23
  • XL Blizzard #31: $150,000 Mega Deep with a $215 buy-in on Jan. 28
  • XL Blizzard #32: $1,000,000 Main Event with a $1,050 buy-on on Jan. 28

XL Blizzard Event Schedule ($5 to $44 buy-ins)

Date Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in
Thu 18 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #2: $15,000 Mini Opening Event $12
Sat 20 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #7: $15,000 Mini Crazy 8 $8.80
  9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #8: $15,000 Late Crazy 8 $44
Sun 21 Jan 6:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #11: $40,000 Mini Tune Up $12
Mon 22 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #15: $10,000 Mini R&A $5
Wed 24 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #20: $10,000 Mini 8-Max $12
  9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #21: $10,000 Late 8-Max $30
Thu 25 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #23: $20,000 Mini Quarterback $44
Fri 26 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #26: $10,000 Mini Knockout $35
Sat 27 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #29: $15,000 Mini 6-Max $30
Sun 28 Jan 7:30 p.m. XL Blizzard #34: $50,000 Micro Main $30

XL Blizzard Event Schedule ($55 to $109 buy-ins)

Date Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in
Thu 18 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #1: $80,000 Opening Event $109
  9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #3: $20,000 Late Opening Event $55
Fri 19 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #4: $20,000 Twins Royal $55
  7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #5: $20,000 Twins Flush $55
Sat 20 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #6: $50,000 Crazy 8 $88
Sun 21 Jan 9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #13 - $20,000 Late Tune Up $55
Mon 22 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #14: $40,000 R&A Event $55
Wed 24 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #19: $40,000 8-Max $109
Thu 25 Jan 9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #24: $20,000 Late Quarterback $109
Fri 26 Jan 9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #27: $10,000 Late Knockout $75
Sat 27 Jan 9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #30: $10,000 Late 6-Max $55

XL Blizzard Event Schedule ($150 to $2,100 buy-ins)

Date Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in
Sun 21 Jan 5:30 p.m. XL BLizzard #9: $120,000 Mega Deep $215
  7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #12: $200,000 Whale $1,050
Tue 23 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL BLizzard #16: $250,000 High Roller $2,100
  7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #17: $100,000 Mini High Roller $215
  9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #18: $30,000 Late High Roller $160
Wed 24 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #19: $40,000 8-Max $109
Thu 25 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #22: $80,000 Quarterback $215
  9:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #24: $20,000 Late Quarterback $109
Fri 26 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #25: $25,000 Knockout $150
Sat 27 Jan 7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #28: $50,000 6-Max $160
Sun 28 Jan 5:30 p.m. XL Blizzard #31: $150,000 Mega Deep $215
  7:00 p.m. XL Blizzard #32: $1,000,000 Main Event $1,050
  7:01 p.m. XL Blizzard #33: $200,000 Mini Main $160

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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