Critical Bug Pause A Pair of World Series Online Poker Events – A pair of international World Series of Poker facing online events was postponed on Sunday after site host GGPoker found a “critical bug” causing the software to malfunction.
$ 1,111 “Every 1 for Covid Relief” no limit hold’em and $ 100 “The Opener” deduction paused. The two of them will continue next Sunday, July 26th with the rest of the players maintaining their current stacks.
The $ 1,111 no-limit hold’em charity event will see July 26 at 3:00 p.m. ET, while the $ 100 no-limit hold’em event will be visible half an hour earlier on the same day visit dewapoker.
There were 1,418 players left from the field for 1,598-players at the charity event with “jack chan” from the Philippines leadership pack. “The Opener” is heading to its final day as the tournament has several early flights. The field is played two levels before the event site.
During its initial few flights, the tournament attracted a large 29,306 entry field. Of these, 4,594 players earned a place on Day 2. By the time the tournament was paused, only 3,690 players remained. Argentina’s “Tata1407” is pacing the pitch and will have a chip guide when his game is in less than a week.
The charity event raised $ 177,378 for COVID -19 relief. As an imbalance of the inconvenience caused by the bug, GGPoker will double the amount donated. The remaining players in “The Opener” will be compensated $ 100 in tournaments which can be used for future GGPoker tournaments.
According to the company’s Twitter account, the bug stems from “a large number of players joining The Opener and other side events” causing tournaments to malfunction and rendering events unseen.