The Three Kings on Lockdown Tournament at Intertops Poker is making for an exciting start to the new year. The Intertops tournament is designed to give players who are forced to stay home due to the lockdowns in their area a premium online poker event.
A New Kind of Intertops Poker Tournament
The newest poker tournament at Intertops allows users access to satellites for as little as $0.99. The $2,000 tournament kicked off on January 6, giving locked down users a chance at some nice prize money.
Between January 2 and January 5, four times per day, the satellites were available on the Intertops Poker platform. Every satellite came with a $0.90 + $0.09 buy-in. Intertops allowed late registration for the 90 minutes of the event. The satellites could be used to earn a seat at the final table.
The Three Kings in the Lockdown No-Limit Texas Hold’em event began on the afternoon of January 6. Players could directly buy-in to the event for $25 + $0.25.
An Alternative for Players on Lockdown
Normally, Intertops Poker sends players to the Caribbean for poker events at this time of the year. However, everything has changed in 2021, since lockdowns are still causing issues with travel. That’s why Intertops is offering these blockbuster tournaments so that players can not only entertain themselves, but also have a chance at making up for some of the income they’ve lost due to the ongoing lockdowns.
Recently, Intertops Poker finished several poker events, like the Road to Christmas event, a Christmas Day event, and a Boxing Day tournament for players in the UK and Canada, followed by a New Year’s Day tournament. These events allowed players from all over the world to have a chance at prize pools ranging from $1,500 to $3,000. Of course, there were satellites for these holiday events as well.
During this “unprecedented time,” poker websites like Intertops are going above and beyond to help their players survive the fallout from the pandemic.
Other Intertops Tournaments
Intertops has a full roster of weekly online poker tournaments, such as the Sit and Go Tournaments. Sit and Go tournaments don’t have a scheduled start time, but rather begin as soon as there are enough players at the table.
The Summit Series runs from Monday through Saturday, starting at 5:05 pm ET. This series offers a $1,000 guaranteed prize pool for a buy-in of $22. Players get 3,000 chips to start with 8 blind levels and late registration for 90 minutes.
Sundowner tournaments are unique to Intertops, and the St. Petersburg Sundowner is the latest one on the roster. The Sundowner tournaments are named after world-class cities, such as Los Angeles, Stockholm, and New York City. The St. Petersburg Sundowner runs Monday through Saturday, starting at 3:05 pm ET. The tournament offers a $600 guaranteed prize pool for a buy-in of $11. Players get 3,000 starting chips, 10 blind levels, and an hour of late registration.
Those are just a few of the poker tournaments available on Intertops.
About Intertops Poker
Intertops has been around since 1996, making it one of the oldest and most trusted online poker sites. It’s licensed in Curacao and the Netherlands Antilles by Curacao eGaming.
While Intertops is one of the lesser-known online poker operators, it actually ranks at number six in the US market. In fact, Intertops targets players from the US and offers Americans easy deposit methods. While Intertops Poker accepts American players, those players are responsible for knowing if it’s legal to play for real money in their jurisdiction.
Intertops offers its players TTexas Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, and Omaha Hi/Lo and Telesina games, and a generous sign-up bonus of 200% for up to a $1,000 deposit, plus 100 casino bets. Cryptocurrency fans love Intertops, since they accept Bitcoin.
Intertops software must be downloaded to a laptop or desktop, but the website runs automatically on a mobile device.