Get Ready for the $500,000 GTD Main Event at the 888poker XL Inferno Series
Table Of Contents
- 888poker XL Inferno #29: $30,000 6-Max
- 888poker XL Inferno Event #29: $30,000 6-Max Final Table Results
- 888poker XL Inferno #30: $20,000 Mini 6-Max
- 888poker XL Inferno Event #30: $20,000 Mini 6-Max Final Table Results
- 888poker XL Inferno #31: $15,000 Late 6-Max
- 888poker XL Inferno Event #31: $15,000 Late 6-Max Final Table Results
- Full 2020 888poker XL Inferno Schedule
On the tenth day of the XL Inferno Series on 888poker, players could compete in three new tournaments, with the XL Inferno #29 - $30,000 6-Max as the highlight of the day. The $16.50 buy-in Mini edition and a $55 buy-in Late edition started as well.
The Main Event with a guarantee of $500,000 starts tonight, at 6 p.m. GMT. Playing in this event will cost you $250, but there are still plenty of opportunities to get in cheaper. The $50,000 guaranteed Mini Main starts at 6:30 p.m. as well and will cost you $33 to enter. The $5.50 Micro Main starts thirty minutes later and has a guarantee of $15,000.
You can follow the Main Event live on PokerNews with live updates, and you can read all about it in tomorrow's recap. But first, let's take a look at the results of Saturday's events.
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888poker XL Inferno #29: $30,000 6-Max
At 7:00 p.m. GMT, the XL Inferno #29: $30,000 6-Max event started and after the late registration period, there were 495 players who entered and they created a prize pool of $49,500.
After "pszemula" busted in 7th place, the remaining six players went to the final table. After that, "304tcm304" (sixth, $1,980), "AI8888888" (fifth, $2,970), "needabridge" (fourth, $3,960) and "barrrrrr" (third, $6,469) busted to get to the final heads-up between "Gat0rbl00d" and "skorp1161".
The final two players agreed to a deal and it was "skorp1161" who won this event for $9,563. The Canadian runner-up "Gat0rbl00d" had to settle for second place and a prize of $7,630.
888poker XL Inferno Event #29: $30,000 6-Max Final Table Results
888poker XL Inferno #30: $20,000 Mini 6-Max
Just like most events, there was a Mini edition of the 6-Max on the schedule. This tournament had a buy-in of just $16.50, and there were 1,859 players competing for a prize pool of $27,885.
The final table was top-heavy with all six finalists in this tournament securing themselves of $837 while the top prize was $4,563.
That prize went to Russia's "aka.plan4ik" after defeating "antoniocy83" from Cyprus in the deciding heads-up. The runner-up received $3,486.
888poker XL Inferno Event #30: $20,000 Mini 6-Max Final Table Results
888poker XL Inferno #31: $15,000 Late 6-Max
A late winner was crowned in the XL Inferno #31: $15,000 Late 6-Max. This event attracted 440 players to create a prize pool of $22,000. Each finalist guaranteed themselves of $766 while the winner could win up to $4,620.
After "okokok1893" departed in seventh place ($550), the players were moved to the official final table. "Keitho888" (sixth, $880), "TFC777" (fifth, $1,320) and "AUTISPOSTI" (fourth, $1,760) were eliminated in quick succession, before "sangsom" ended in third place for $2,530 and missed a shot at an XL Inferno title.
That title went to Canada, after "LeetRunGood" defeated "Truemaster89" in the deciding heads-up. The Canadian received $4,620 while runner-up had to settle for $3,366.
888poker XL Inferno Event #31: $15,000 Late 6-Max Final Table Results
Full 2020 888poker XL Inferno Schedule
|24th May||32||17:00||Main Event||$250||$500,000|
|33||17:30||Mini Main Event||$33||$50,000|
|34||18:00||Micro Main Event||$5.50||$20,000|
You can qualify for the XL Inferno Main Event for free thanks to special qualifier tournaments running at 888poker. New depositing players receive a free ticket to a Main Event Qualifier in addition to a free $88 just for creating an account (this is a free £20 for residents of the UK). That first deposit is also matched 100% up to a maximum of $888, which is more than double the size of the bonus advertised on the 888poker website!
Join 888poker and see if you can qualify for one of the big buy-in XL Inferno events and take one down under the watchful eyes of the PokerNews live reporters.