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Qualifiers for the $3,000,000 GTD Championship are Open at Borgata Poker NJ

November 24, 2022

For the rest of this year (2022), Borgata Poker NJ will be giving New Jersey poker players lots of chances to secure a seat in the 2023 $3,000,000 Championship Poker Tournament. The tournament will have a guaranteed first-place prize of a cool $1,000,000. The "Return Live Event" tournament will start on January 4, 2023, at the beautiful Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Through this promo, Borgata Online Poker will be giving customers two different ways they can gain entry into this exciting event.

The first way to gain entry will be through participating in and winning a qualifier tournament. Qualifiers began on November 20, 2022, and will continue through December 23, 2022. Big buy-in tournaments have entry fees ranging from as little as $5 up to a high of $600. The smaller buy-ins are for tickets into the $600 buy-in tournament where seats for the $3M GTD Championship will be awarded.

Winners of the $600 qualifiers will get a total prize package with a value of $6,000. Of the $6,000, $5,300 will be used to purchase a seat in the Main event, $300 will be used for a 4-night stay at the Borgata Hotel Casino with the final $200 being awarded in cash. The $5,300 entries are non-negotiable, non-refundable, and non-transferable. Also, each individual will only be permitted to accept one entry. The two $600 qualifiers will be held on Sunday, December 17, 2022, and Friday, December 23, 2022.

The second way to enter the 2023 $3,000,000 Championship Poker Tournament is by purchasing a seat for $5,300. The window for direct entry purchases shall begin on December 1, 2022. Players will also be permitted to put up $2,200 to participate in The Return Mystery Bounty Online Registration Tournament.

Other Terms and Conditions

1. Borgata Poker is extending this offer in New Jersey and other states where the Borgata Online Poker site is operational. To register with Borgata, players must meet the minimum age requirements in their respective states.

2. Online poker players will be restricted to playing while logged in through an IP address that is registered in a state where Borgata is licensed to operate. The online operator is required by law to trach player locations with geo-tracking software.

3. Winners of the $6,000 prize packages will receive a 1099 form and have to claim the amount on their 2022 tax returns.

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