The ever-popular Cash Game Festival returns to Sunny Beach, Bulgaria from Aug. 9-13 where cash games of several poker variants will run around the clock. Will you be heading to Bulgaria to get in on the action?
Sunny Beach is a beautiful resort on the Black Sea coast and played host to the Cash Game Festival in 2016. Now the Cash Game Festival is set to return to Bulgaria, inside the Platinum Casino & Hotel, for what should be a spectacular five-days of intense cash game action and barrels of laughs at the tables.
Bulgaria is the fifth stop of the tour after Cash Game Festival Gibraltar was completed in May and it made history by setting a new record for the number of cash game tables running simultaneously at the Sunborn Casino. The previous record stood at six tables and this was broken on Day 2 of the festival when seven tables were in play, before the record was broken again when an eighth table had to be opened to meet the demand of the players.
The Bulgaria stop was hugely popular last year thanks in part to the Platinum Casino & Hotel being the only casino in Bulgaria to be located on the sea’s shore. At 3,000 square meters, the casino is one of the biggest in Bulgaria and is sure to be bustling throughout the Cash Game Festival as hundreds of cash game players descend on the casino.
As is always the case during a Cash Game Festival, the players’ needs come first. Not only will each of the players be treated well, there will be no limits to the games and stakes offered to those players. No-limit hold’em, pot-limit Omaha, Dealer’s Choice (nine games), hold’em/Omaha mix and the action-inducing Sviten Special will definitely be available, with stakes ranging from €1/€1 up to €25/€50 or even higher if there is demand for it.
There will be an eight-handed feature table that is streamed on the Cash Game Festival Twitch channel and plenty of promotions running during the festival for things such as the highest hand, biggest pot and biggest winner. All in all, this is an event that no cash game player worth their salt should miss.