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Attention! $355 Scorum HighRoller Event will take place in Minsk 8-10 November
Why you should come to Minsk and participate in Scorum tournament:1. Final table will be broadcast on Youtube with open cards. Nikolai Pobol, EPT champion, will be one of the final's commentators. Broadcast will be available on Scorum both in Russian and English vers 2. $1,000 in SCR at the actual exchange rate on the moment of the win will be added to the prize pool. This thousand will be distributed among five players (online and offline satellite's lastlongers will get $200 each, and remaining $600 will be distributed among three leading stacks of the first day of the tournament — 250, 200, 150). By the way, daily online satellites on Pokerdom are underway at full speed now. 3. About 70-90 players usually participate in this tournament. 8-11 of them get to the prize zone with about $8,000 of bonuses. 4. All participants of the final will receive official Scorum t-shirts. During previous 23 stages of Belarus Poker Tour the same amount of HighRollers were played, and many great players became winners. Let's recall them all: 1. November 2014 — Yevgeniy Kryukov (Belarus) 2. January 2015 — Natan Chauskin (Belarus) 3. May 2015 — Anton Stepanyuk (Belarus) 4. July 2015 — Andrei Streltsov (Belarus) 5. September 2015 — Eduard Moskal (Ukraine) 6. November 2015 — Vladimir Solovyov (Russia) 7. January 2016 — Nikolai Voskoboinikov (Belarus) 8. March 2016 — Sergei Baranskiy (Belarus) 9. May 2016 — Yevgeniy Burlo (Belarus) 10. July 2016 — Artur Kuzmenko (Belarus) 11. September 2016 — Timur Magomedov (Russia) 12. November 2016 — Yan Kustikov (Russia) 13. January 2017 — Aleksandra Rogach (Belarus) 14. March 2017 — Yuri Maslenkov (Belarus) 15. May 2017 — Igor Abelmasov (Russia) 16. July 2017 — Sergei Chudopal (Belarus) 17. September 2017 — Dmitriy Budai (Belarus) 18. November 2017 — Artsiom Panasiuk (Belarus) 19. January 2018 — Vadim Lipovka (Belarus) 20. March 2018 — Vladimir Lappo (Belarus) 21. May 2018 — Viktor Troyanovski (Russia) 22. July 2018 — Emil Magerramov (Azerbaijan) 23. September 2018 — Vladimir Khmelevskiy (Russia) 24. - ??? As you can see, there are hardly any accidental winners. Many people from the list are true professionals, but there are also amateurs who love poker with all their hearts. No one has won HighRoller Event BPT twice. Will the tradition be broken this time? And to crown it all, TOP-5 of the greatest HighRoller Event BPT winners (in alphabetical order): Just remember: Minsk, 8 November, Scorum HighRoller Event tournament. Come and play good poker! Tournament structure (starting stack, blinds level, playing days duration) is available on BPT site. Please do not hesitate to ask questions in comments below, I'll be happy to answer them.