Qualify to EPT Open Sochi for Free at PokerStars

EPT Open Sochi

The EPT Open Sochi is just around the corner featuring 19 action-packed events at Casino Sochi from Sept. 21-29.

The highlight of the festival is the EPT Open Sochi Main Event, featuring a RUB 132,000 ($2,125) and a mouth-watering RUB 60,000,000 ($1,000,000) guaranteed prize pool.

The Main Event allows for unlimited reentries during each of the three opening flights on Sept. 25-26. Surviving players will compete for three more days on Sept. 27-29 until a winner is crowned. The winner will not only claim a huge amount of money but also be awarded a Platinum Pass to the PokerStars Players NL Hold’em Championship valued at $30,000.

Platinum passes will also be awarded on Day 2 of four events including the Main Event to players that win the Flip-Out Challenge.

Another big event on the schedule is the two-day EPT Open Sochi High Roller, featuring a RUB 258,000 ($4,150) buy-in. The event is a deep-stacked affair with players starting off with 50,000 in chips and blinds increasing every 40 minutes.

Qualify to the EPT Open Sochi Main Event for Free

PokerStars is hosting satellite and feeder tournaments, where you can qualify into the EPT Open Sochi Main Event for pennies on the dollar or even for free.

Simply head to the Events tab in the poker client, then click on the last tab labeled Live. From there you should be able to easily find EPT Open Sochi and explore all the methods to qualify into the event or to even buy-in directly with your PokerStars funds.

As of now, there are plenty of direct seat only or full package satellites running around the clock with buy-ins ranging from $55 to $215. Of course, there are plenty of feeder tournaments where you can qualify much cheaper or potentially for free.

Don't wait for the last minute to qualify into the EPT Sochi Main Event. Sign-up to PokerStars today to get started on your path to great riches in Russia.

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