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High Five Poker Tournament Returns 4 20 Days in April

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Mar/24/2020

The High Five Tournament features $5 Million in guaranteed prize pools and will run 4 20 days from April 7th to 26th.  This includes three $420,000 Main Events. It’s incredible poker FOUR 20 days.

Get ready to play some serious poker (but not too serious because They are bringing back Their famous courtesy break every day at 4:20pm eastern).

The schedule appears below and here

Date Event Buy-in + FeeTime (ET)

Tuesday, April 7, 2020High Five #1 - $120,000 GTD$200 + $153:00 PM

High Five #2 - $20,000 GTD$15 + $1.504:30 PM

High Five #3 - $15,000 GTD - PLO8$50 + $56:15 PM

High Five #4 - $10,000 GTD - 8-Max$6 + $0.607:00 PM

High Five #5 - $1,000 GTD - PLO 6-Max$1.50 + $0.158:15 PM

Wednesday, April 8, 2020High Five #6 - $60,000 GTD$50 + $53:30 PM

High Five #7 - $150,000 GTD - Super High Roller 8-Max$5,000 + $1505:00 PM

High Five #8 - $2,000 GTD - 7 Card Stud$15 + $1.505:30 PM

High Five #9 - $30,000 GTD - PLO$200 + $156:30 PM

High Five #10 - $40,000 GTD - Turbo Super Stack$300 + $209:00 PM

Thursday, April 9, 2020High Five #11 - $100,000 GTD$200 + $153:30 PM

High Five #12 - $6,000 GTD - PLO 8-Max$15 + $1.505:15 PM

High Five #13 - $120,000 GTD - Higher Roller 8-Max$600 + $606:00 PM

High Five #14 - $30,000 GTD$50 + $57:15 PM

High Five #15 - $1,500 GTD - PLO8 6-Max$1.50 + $0.158:00 PM

Friday, April 10, 2020High Five #16 - $50,000 GTD$100 + $93:00 PM

High Five #17 - $5,000 GTD - PLO$15 + $1.505:00 PM

High Five #18 - $50,000 GTD - 8 Max$1,000 + $506:45 PM

High Five #19 - $10,000 GTD - Mega Stack$6 + $0.608:00 PM

High Five #20 - $20,000 GTD - Hyper Turbo Super Stack$200 + $7.509:10 PM

Saturday, April 11, 2020High Five #21 - $30,000 GTD$15 + $1.503:30 PM

High Five #22 - $500 GTD - 7 Card Stud$1.50 + $0.154:15 PM

High Five #23 - $30,000 GTD - 8-Max Mega Stack$50 + $55:00 PM

High Five #24 - $50,000 GTD - Higher Roller 8-Max$600 + $306:15 PM

High Five #25 - $250 GTD - PLO 6-Max$0.23 + $0.028:00 PM

Sunday, April 12, 2020High Five #26 - $250,000 GTD - Warm Up 8-Max$100 + $91:00 PM

High Five #27 - $75,000 GTD$15 + $1.502:00 PM

High Five Main Event - $420,000 GTD$420 + $304:00 PM

High Five #29 - $150,000 GTD - Higher Roller 8-Max$600 + $305:30 PM

High Five #30 - $50,000 GTD - Hyper Turbo Super Stack$300 + $108:00 PM

Monday, April 13, 2020High Five #31 - $10,000 GTD$15 + $1.502:30 PM

High Five #32 - $100,000 GTD - 8-Max$200 + $153:30 PM

High Five #33 - $80,000 GTD - Super High Roller KO 6-Max$2,500 + $1505:30 PM

High Five #34 - $5,000 GTD - PLO 8-Max$6 + $0.605:45 PM

High Five #35 - $1,500 GTD - 6 Max$1.50 + $0.157:00 PM

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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