announces the 16th edition of the Deltin Poker Tournament

Industry Watch | May 14, 2024 | News Deltin Poker Tournament announced the 16th edition of the most awaited and celebrated offline poker event in the country - the Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT). The tournament will be held in Goa at the Deltin Royale from May 21 to 27 May, 2024.

The series’ main attractions will include the highly anticipated DPT Highroller and the prestigious DPT Main Event. Alongside the classic events, DPT brings an array of new tournaments that promise to elevate the excitement to unprecedented levels. These new additions include the Mystery Bounty and the Turbo Mix Event. The Mystery Bounty offers a unique twist to the traditional bounty format, where the bounty is a mystery with players drawing a coupon after the ITM, through which they unlock their bounty reward. This reward may also be up to 20% of the bounty prize pool, making it even more enticing for players.

In addition, the Mini Highroller offers mid-stakes players a taste of highroller action, the Turbo Mix Event introduces an exciting and entertaining format that alternates between NLH and PLO variants, and the Micro Main Event caters to mid-stakes players with an accessible entry price. Participants may also anticipate taking part in exciting special events including the 50k DPT Main Event, the 110K Highroller event, the Mini Main Event, the PLO Bounty, and the exhilarating Flip & Ship.

Joydeep Mukherjee, Chief Marketing Officer, said, “DPT has been predominantly perceived as a flagship poker series for serious players. Keeping in line with our mission to make poker a mainstream sport in India, we are democratising the ultimate poker experience. In this edition, we are introducing a host of tournaments that are aimed at giving mid-stakes and recreational players an opportunity to rub shoulders and compete with the best in the country.”

Alongside the classic events, Deltin Poker Tournament brings an array of new tournaments that promise to elevate the excitement to unprecedented levels.

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