The 2020 Caribbean Poker Party (CPP) Online is finally here! Fans of the popular festival will skip the Bahamas this year and will instead flock to the online felts, for a chance to win a share of the massive $10 million in combined guarantees up for grabs throughout the series. It kicks off on November 13, and will run through to November 24 on partypoker.
$5M Up For Grabs in Main Event
The 2020 CPP Online will culminate with the Main Event, which features a massive $5 million guaranteed prize pool. It has a buy-in of $5,300 and has two starting flights running on November 15 and 22. Players kick off the action with 1 million in starting chips, and play to a 20-minute blind structure which begins at 2,500/5,000/625a. Each Day 1 ends at the conclusion of the 18th level.
The remaining players will resume the action on November 23 during which they’ll play to 30-minute levels through to Level 10. Blind levels increase to 40 minutes for the rest of the tournament, with the final table playing down to a winner on November 24.
Partypoker is also giving those with limited bankroll the chance to engage in Main Event action by adding Micro and Mini versions. The Micro Main Event comes with a buy-in of $55, while the Mini edition costs $530 to enter. Both are offering sizable guarantees of $150K and $500K respectively, and will adopt a blind structure similar to the $5,300 version.
Full Schedule
The first day of the festival is huge with the opening event guaranteeing a cool $500,000 for a buy-in of 1,050. Players may enter via three starting flights running on November 13-15. The schedule also includes a Knockout event, which comes with a $1,050 buy-in and a $200K guarantee. It takes place on November 16-17. Heads-Up fans won’t miss out on the fun as well, as one event adopting the format is scheduled for November 18, featuring $100K in guarantees for a buy-in of $1,050.
There’s also a PLO tournament happening on November 20, with a guaranteed prize pool $150,000. The $3,200 buy-in event takes place on November 20. Both the Heads-Up and PLO events have mini editions, costing $109 and $320 respectively. A Warm Up event will also give players the chance to compete for $500K in guarantees. It has a buy-in of $1,050, with three starting flights. The Warm Up Day runs from November 20-22.
Apart from the Main Event, the schedule also includes two high roller tournaments with seven-figure guarantees. The first of them is a $25,500 buy-in, $2M GTD Super High Roller, running on November 17-18. Another one takes place on November 24, a $10,300 buy-in High Roller, where players will compete for $1M in guaranteed prize pool.
If you end up having a poor run at the above events, you still have one last chance to chase for CPP Online glory via The Closer, a $530 buy-in event taking place on November 24, offering $150K in guaranteed prize money.
Satellites Currently Running on partypoker
The Main Event is the biggest-guaranteed event on the schedule which will surely attract a lot of players, but unfortunately there are those who simply cannot afford the buy-in. partypoker is giving them the opportunity to win a seat into the Main Event through multiple satellites currently running on the site.
Phased satellites start at just $0.01, but those who want to get closer to securing a ticket may directly participate in a $530 buy-in Mega Sat on November 15, which will award a total of 50 Main Event seats! Those who want to follow in the footsteps of Daniel Smyth, the satellite winner who won the WPT World Online Championships in August, should consider taking a shot!
Make sure you have a partypoker account so you can join in on the action. If you have yet to sign up, visit the partypoker website. The full schedule and details of the 2020 CPP Online are also available there.

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