Category: Poker

The Belgian Championship Poker Is Fast ApproachingThe Belgian Championship Poker Is Fast Approaching

Since its launch, the Poker Belgian Championship has brought together many players and enthusiasts for thrilling games. Organized by the industry leader, Unibet, the event holds at least five tournaments with rewards to match expectations.

A highly anticipated Main Event

This year, the Unibet Poker Belgian Championship will take place on August 28 and September 1 at the Blankenberge casino near Bruges. As for the novelties, the festival includes four other competitions accessible to all. On the gaming platform, it is possible to participate and win prizes with buy-ins worth € 550. Those who make it to the final table, the tournament will be held weekly every Sunday from 9 p.m. Regarding the entry fee, participants will be required to make a stake of € 50 except for users who have qualified on the operator’s site. This structure starts from € 0.30 with access tickets to be won. The stages joining the second round will be available for a stake of € 5. The first two phases of the tournament will take place all day and in the evening from 9 p.m. Once finished, there is only the final on Sunday evening to access the famous Belgian competition. Thanks to Unibet, French players will have the opportunity to participate and try their luck.

With the tournament director, Kenny Hallaert, the Unibet Poker Championship Belgium will soon be back. This new 2019 edition promises to organize exclusive tournaments bringing together professional players of the circuit and poker enthusiasts. The meeting will take place in Blankenberge with a buy-in of € 550, side-events and cash games. Qualifications are based on very specific conditions.

So how does it work ?

Each player starts with a stack of 50,000 chips with blind levels of 45 minutes. As for access, all formulas are open to players aged 21 and over, regardless of their nationality. As for tournaments, eliminated players will have the opportunity to re-enter the competition during the first 8 blind levels. Last year, it was the Belgian Christophe De Meulder who won against his opponents by pocketing half a million dollars accumulated live during a final.