Fun in the Sun Main Event | Structure $560 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Level 5: 150/300 with a 50 Entries: 87
Registration and re-entry in the Fun in the Sun Main Event is available until about 4:25pm. Until that time, anyone that goes bust can simply head back to the registration desk and get back in the game for another $560. After that time, though, the re-entry period is closed and the field will be final.
Those who find the felt post-4:25pm have another option to scratch the poker itch at the cash tables. Bonus High Hands up to $1,000 kick in at 6pm and are paid every 30 minutes with rollover until midnight.
If tonight’s not the night, tomorrow marks another installment with a little longer window for payouts when they begin at noon and go straight through until a special $2,018 payout at midnight.
Fun in the Sun Main Event | Structure $560 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Level 3: 75/150 with a 25 Entries: 70
There’s a been a steady tick up in the entry count since cards went in the air for the Fun in the Sun Main Event just about 45 minutes ago. After kicking off with 30, the field has more than doubled as it just hit the 70 mark. That puts the prize pool at an unofficial $35,000 and the tournament is well on its way to smashing the $50,000 guarantee.
Fun in the Sun Main Event | Structure $560 No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry) Level 1: 25/50 Entries: 30
The clock strikes 11am in South Florida and the headline event of the 2017 Fun in the Sun Poker Open is underway at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Recognized as the Main Event, the final tournament of the series is a $560 buy-in no limit hold’em re-entry event. Players take their seats to 20,000 starting chips with 20-minute levels kicking it off before they jump to 30 minutes two hours into the structure.
Here are the details on the event:
$560 buy-in, $50,000 guaranteed
20,000 chips and 20-/30-minute levels
Registration and re-entry until the start of Level 13 (~4:25pm)