CoinPoker Launches First Crypto Series of Poker With 10 Million CHP Added

Online poker's newest and most exciting cryptocurrency-based poker site, CoinPoker, has announced the launch of its first poker festival, the Crypto Series of Poker (CSOP), and has dutifully rewarded its growing player base by adding a whopping 10 million CHP to the series' prize pool.

By: Charles Rettmuller

CSOP will run from May 27 through June 3 and feature 17 events that includes the 5,000 CHP Main Event with 2,500,000 million CHP added to the tourney prize money. An additional bounty prize of 20,000 CHP will go to the player who knocks Tony G out of the tournament.

Promise Kept

Overwhelming support by players eager to play online poker in a safe environment resulted in a highly successful ICO period for CoinPoker. An earlier promise by the CoinPoker team to reward those responsible for raising capital via the ICO is now being delivered by the inaugural CSOP - the first of many such series' slated to be hosted by the growing poker room.

The action kicks off on May 27 with the 250 CHP buy-in CSOP 1, a Turbo event with unlimited rebuys that has an added 250,000 CHP. There are two events scheduled daily throughout the festival, save for the final day on June 3 when three tournaments will be offered.

Take a look at the schedule here:

Take note of the Mini Main Event on June 3 as well as CSOP 14 the day before, as both feature an added 1 million CHP. The No Mercy Bounty 10K promises to be action-packed as players aim to boost their bankrolls by knocking out their opponents.

 

 

CoinPoker players may show no mercy on the tables, but away from the action it's a completely different story. The CoinPoker team reports that its community of players have provided amazing feedback, as well as being helpful to each other whenever called on.

By all appearances, CoinPoker is the kind of poker room that players have been longing for. Built on blockchain technology that features safety of funds, the first-ever CSOP can't get here soon enough!

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