Event #1 – MPNPT Tallinn Main Event Freebuy to 1A | Wednesday 24th Jan @ 17:00

No Limit Hold ‘em Rebuy/Add on

Buy-in: FREE

2,000 starting chips

Rebuy Cost: €30

Rebuy Chips: 2,000

Add On Cost: €30

Add On Chips: 4,000

15 minute levels

Late reg: 6 levels

Event #2 – MPNPT Tallinn Main Event [€200,000 GTD] | Thursday 24th January @ 12:00 day 1A | Friday 25th January @ 12:00 day 1B | Saturday 26th January @ 13:00 day 2 | Sunday 27th January final day

No Limit Hold ‘em re-entry

€500 + €50

30,000 starting chips

12 x 45 minute levels will be played on Day 1

10 x 60 minute levels/until final table is reached on Day 2.

Levels will change to 30 minutes at heads up.

Unlimited re-entries permitted until the end of level 1, day 2.

If a player qualifies to day 2 on day 1a they may enter day 1b, the better stack will go through to day 2.

Event #3 – MPNPT Tallinn Main Event Freebuy to 1B | Thursday 24th January @ 19:00

No Limit Hold ‘em Rebuy/Add on

Buy-in: FREE

2,000 starting chips

Rebuy Cost: €30

Rebuy Chips: 2,000

Add On Cost: €30

Add On Chips: 4,000

15 minute levels

Late reg: 6 levels

Event #4 – MPNPT NL Hold’em Turbo | Friday 25th January @ 19:00

No Limit Hold ‘em Rebuy/Add on

Buy-in: €50+ €5

3,000 starting chips

Rebuy Cost: €50

Rebuy Chips: 3,000

Add On Cost: €50

Add On Chips: 6,000

15 minute levels

Late reg: 6 levels

Event #5 – MPNPT Highroller satellite | Friday 25th January @ 21:00

No Limit Hold ‘em Rebuy/Add on

Buy-in: €70 + €5

4,000 starting chips

Rebuy Cost: €70

Rebuy Chips: 4,000

Add On Cost: €70

Add On Chips: 8,000

20 minute levels

Late reg: 4 levels

Event #6 – MPNPT NL Hold’em High Roller 6-max | Saturday 26th January @ 15:00

No Limit Hold ‘Em

€1,200 + €100

20,000 starting chips

40 minute levels

Late reg: 3 levels

Event #7 – Hendon Mob Championship | Saturday 26th January @ 19:00 

Final day Sunday 27th January @ 15:00

No Limit Hold ‘em re-entry (2 re-entries max)

Buy-in: €200+ €20

25,000 starting chips

30 minute levels

Late reg: 8 levels

Event #8 – MPNPT Prague Main Event Seat Freebuy (€1,650 GTD) | Sunday 27th January @ 13:00

No Limit Hold ‘em Rebuy/Add on

Buy-in: FREE

2,000 starting chips

Rebuy Cost: €30

Rebuy Chips: 2,000

Add On Cost: €30

Add On Chips: 4,000

15 minute levels

Late reg: 6 levels

Event #9 – MPNPT Omaha Cup 6-Max | Sunday 27th January @ 15:00

Pot Limit Omaha

Buy-in: €200 + €20

15,000 starting chips

20 minute levels

Late reg: 4 levels

Event #10 – MPNPT NL Hold’em Turbo Freezeout | Sunday 27th January @ 18:00

No Limit Hold’em

Buy-in: €100+ €10

10,000 starting chips

15 minute levels

Late reg: 6 levels

Blind Structures

All No limit hold’em tournaments will have the following blind structures with the BB ante starting from level 5.

PL Omaha tournaments follow the same structure, no antes apply.

*Further levels at tournament directors discretion.

Level SB BB
1 50 100
2 75 150
3 100 200
4 150 300
5 200 400
6 250 500
7 300 600
8 400 800
9 500 1000
10 600 1200
11 800 1600
12 1000 2000
13 1200 2400
14 1500 3000
15 2000 4000
16 2500 5000
17 3000 6000
18 4000 8000
19 5000 10000
20 6000 12000
21 8000 16000
22 10000 20000

For those not familiar with the format, it works as follows:

In variants with an ante, instead of each player posting an ante each hand, the player in the Big Blind will post an amount equal to the Big Blind.

For example, with blinds at 500-1,000, the player in the Big Blind will post 1,000 for his/her Big Blind, followed by 1,000 for the Ante.  His/Her total contribution to that pot is 2,000. The Ante (1,000) is dead and is immediately brought into the pot. The Big Blind (the other 1,000) is live and is part of the pre-flop betting.

If a player in the tournament does not have the required amount for both the Big Blind and the Ante, the Big Blind will be paid first, followed by the ante.

No matter how many chips a participant starts with he/she can always win the entire ante. For example: the blinds are 4k/8k and the big blind also antes 8k. A participant who is not in the blinds who starts the hand with only 1k gets involved in a three-way pot against the blinds. If that participant wins, he/she wins 11k (his/her own 1k wager, plus 1k from each opponent, plus the 8k ante). In this scenario, 1 chip can win 11 chips.