Casino Marbella inaugurates the SIXERS circuit with a resounding success

After more than a week dressed in Poker, Casino Marbella concludes the first stage of the Sixers circuit with excellent results, marking the beginning of what promises to be an exciting journey in the next stops in Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid.

An event that has brought together hundreds of national players with 863 registrations spread over 11 tournaments. Since March 30, the cards became the protagonists with the first qualifying satellite, in which 43 players competed to get their ticket to the Main Event “SIXERS”.

On Thursday, April 4, the Main Event kicked off with 85 entries on Day 1A, to which 226 were added on Days 1B and 1C, ending with a total of 311 entries and guaranteeing a spectacular €167,940 in prize money. A totally different format to the usual, in which, at each table, 6 players fought, hand after hand, to move on to the next phase. 41 were the lucky ones who entered the prize phase, breaking the bubble with €1,350 up to the winner’s €28,000.

After 4 days of expectation and intensive competition, with two diamonds in his hand, the champion played his last trick. The flop opened in his favor with two more diamonds, securing his victory with an undisputed “flush” on the fourth card.

At the same time, several simultaneous tournaments were taking place, among them, the exclusive High Roller with an entry fee of €1,200, or the unique Niners, which distributed a first prize of €6,300, undoubtedly one of the most requested after the Main Event.

There have been many spectators who have been able to enjoy the excitement of poker thanks to the streaming through Twitch and YouTube platforms.

In addition, this unique event has contributed significantly to increase the occupancy of hotels in the area, especially those that have offered an exclusive discount for players.

A spectacular end to this first stop, organized by Poker Red and sponsored by Sportium, which consolidates the SIXERS Circuit as one of the most outstanding events in the national poker calendar.

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