PokerStars’ Championship of Online Poker (COOP) will Simultaneously Run in Three States

PokerStars’ Championship of Online Poker (COOP) hits Pennsylvania, Michigan and New Jersey simultaneously from September 10 through September 27 with a total guaranteed prize pool of $4.5 million across the three state championships.

The Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker (PACOOP) and the Michigan Championship of Online Poker (MICOOP) will both feature the largest guaranteed prize pools for a COOP in the history of their respective states. A prize pool of $2 million is guaranteed across at least 65 events in Pennsylvania and $1.5 million across at least 65 events in Michigan. New Jersey (NJCOOP) will match its $1 million guarantees from 2020 and feature at least 60 events on the schedule.

One of the many highlights of PACOOP, MICOOP, and NJCOOP is a two-day Main Event, each at a $300 buy-in, starting Sunday, September 26. PACOOP’s Main Event features a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool, MICOOP’s Main Event has a $150,000 guaranteed prize pool, and NJCOOP’s Main Event will award a $100,000 guaranteed prize pool.

On top of the Main Event prize, all Main Event winners will also receive a COOP trophy. A further six COOP winners in each state will also win a coveted trophy. That’s a total of 21 trophies up for grabs across PA, NJ, and MI.

All three series provide an abundance of tournaments types with buy-in levels starting at just $10, giving players of all skills, levels, and bankrolls the chance to become a champion.

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