GCOOP Recap: Bricks, Satellites and Super High Rollers

4 Days 4 Disappointments

GCOOP kicked off this week and I have been grinding every night in the hope of winning the £12,000 GUPKT passport. It has been fun so far; the events are good value and there are plenty of team Grosvenor pros to try and knock out. I have enjoyed the grind but the results so far have been less than stellar:

On day one I play every event and bust everything. Not the ideal start but that’s fine, sometimes you can’t get anything going.

On day two I play every event and bust everything.

Day three rolls along and I play every event and bust everything. I think I see a pattern.

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Beevers On GCOOP

People often ask me whether I play online or whether I prefer live poker or online poker. For many it’s a direct comparison or choice but for me it’s different. When I started out playing the internet didn’t exist, let along online poker rooms! I grew up playing live and that is where I believe my strengths lie.

Having said that I was there when online poker was born. How many of you remember Planet Poker with Mike Caro (opened in 1998) and Paradise Poker too? All games were limit and to start with there were no tournaments. I do remember when Paradise introduced waitress service and you could order a cup of tea or a cocktail – Oh and the donuts! Who remembers ordering those and they appeared right next to you, pink icing and the chocolate ones!?

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Fun, Flops & Freerolls! Katie Swift on GCOOP

Get ready for a fun week playing online, as GCOOP returns! Enjoy some friendly competition, great value, have a chat in the lobby and still be in bed by midnight after taking down a comp and winning some real money. It’s an online festival week that has proved popular in the past and isn’t set to disappoint this time round!

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GCOOP III: Everything You Need To Know

GCOOP is coming back, and whether you’re a full-time pro or an ambitious recreational player, Grosvenor Poker’s online tournament series could change your life!

There’s £15,000 added across the week long festival – 25th November to December 2nd – including that all-important £12k GUKPT passport that will see the most successful player entered into every GUKPT Main Event in 2019.

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