| On Updated : Sep 1, 2020 4:00 PM IST

PokerStars India : INCOOP 9.5 Crores Prize Pool : 3rd September – 22nd September

By Dheeraj Singh

Since the lockdown began in March, the poker industry is bombarded with new series one after another. Spartan Poker’s IOPC, Pocket52’s Grand Poker Sprint Series, PokerBaazi’s Game Changer 2.0 are a few of the tournaments which made the headlines during this period with their massive guaranteed prize pool. Now, PokerStars India is ready with the inaugural version of the India Championship of Online Poker (INCOOP).

The series will commence on September 03rd and will conclude on September 22nd hosting more than 205 poker events including 100+ knockout tournaments. This twenty-day long series boasts a whopping INR 9.05 Crores guaranteed prize pool with buy-ins for all bankrolls.

INCOOP is going to be the most extensive series run by PokerStars in the country after the India Summer Championship of Online Poker (INSCOOP) that took place last year. INSCOOP had a guaranteed prize pool of INR 8 Crores, and with a whopping INR 9.05 Crores The INCOOP is expected to be even bigger and exciting.

The 3-day Main Event The Mammoth

The main highlight of this upcoming series is the 3-day Main Event The Mammoth. The event will be offering INR 1 Crore in the guaranteed prize pool.

50 Free Tickets to the Main Event

There is also a free-buy tournament that will take place on September 20th where you can win the Main Event seat worth Rs 11,000. Plus, you can even re-enter the Freebuy tournament if you lose all your chips

Second Chance Freeroll

If you get knocked out before reaching the money, you’ll get a Second Chance Freeroll ticket.

INCOOP Leader boards

Apart from the whopping INR 9.05 Crores guaranteed prize pool, INCOOP has leader board prizes worth Rs 10 Lacs. You’ll get points every time you play in an INCOOP event. The top 150 places will win cash prizes at the end of the series.

Stay tuned for the full scoop.

Dheeraj Singh

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