Winter Poker Open: Powered by BetMGM Poker at the Borgata

November 15, 2023

January poker tournament will also include a Ladies Championship and Seniors Championship.

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, alongside BetMGMPoker, will be hosting the return of the Borgata Winter Open. The event will take place between January 1 to January 26 2024.

The poker tournament will consist of 22 main events, featuring 20 secondary and satellite events as well as $10m in guarantees.

Leading up to the tournament, BetMGMPoker will be offering weekly packages for the Winter Poker Open. The packages will include a stay at the hotel, travel benefits and entries to a range of tournaments.

As of December 3, players can reserve their Borgata Winter Poker Open seats online for $2 or register online through the BetMGMPoker app.

Borgata Poker will offer 16 different opportunities on-site to qualify for main events as part of the Winter Poker Open schedule, seven of which may earn players a seat in the Borgata Winter Poker Open Championship. 

Multiple Mix Tournament events will run daily in the third week, including an Omaha High Low Event, a H.O.S.E. Event, and a $1,100 PLO Championship with a $100,000 guarantee.

The last week of the tournament will bring the return of the Borgata Winter Poker Open Championship, a five-day No Limit Hold’Em event, with a $5,300 buy-in and a $3,000,000 guarantee. 

The Borgata Winter Poker Open main events schedule also includes a Ladies Championship and a Seniors Championship. 

The Saturday Series will also return for the first two Saturdays of the Open with a $100,000 guarantee the first weekend and a $200,000 guarantee the second weekend.


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