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Wednesday, April 21, 2021
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The High Five returns to Winning Poker Network

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Here they go again with another high-action poker series. Winning Poker Network, home of Americas Cardroom, Black Chip Poker, and YaPoker, today announced that their next High Five Tourney Series will run 1 April through 20 April, offering players the chance to compete for $5 million in guarantees over 100 tournaments.

“Grab your buds because it’s time to smoke the tables, yet again,” stated Michael Harris, spokesperson for Winning Poker Network. “This time around, we’re dropping $5 million in guarantees on the table and stacking those 20 days with huge tournament action. Join us.”

The High Five features five big tourneys a day for 20 days straight. It includes prize pools and buy-ins suitable for players of every bankroll type, from newcomers to players who are already sitting on huge stacks.

Players can look forward to $5 million in guaranteed prize money over 100 tournaments. Included are two Main Events, with a 2-day $1 Million GTD ($420+30 buy-in) and multi-flight $420,000 GTD ($50+5 buy-in).

Those who have played the High Five before will appreciate the return of the 10-minute daily “courtesy break” at 4:20pm ET, offering players the opportunity to kick back and grab some munchies or anything else.

While players will discover $5 million in guarantees on the table, the final numbers are destined to grow above and beyond that. Winning Poker Network has a history of seeing its guarantees soar to new heights thanks to its large community of worldwide players.

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