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12 Las Vegas Main Event Packages To Be Won!

The road to Las Vegas starts at 4Poker! Our Tournament Leaderboards promotion gives you a chance to win a seat to the 2024 Las Vegas Main Event. Make it to the top of the Leaderboards to win one of the 12 $12,000 packages and be on your way to Las Vegas to play the $10,000 Las Vegas Main Event - starting July 3rd.

Final Standings:

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Congratulations to all winners - we will be getting in touch via email in the next 48 hours.

***All registrations to the Tournament Leaderboard Freeroll will be done by Wednesday, June 19th. Good luck to all participants!






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The remaining 3 packages will be up for grabs in a Restricted Freeroll, where 120 players who ''bubbled'' and did not make it to the top spots of the Leaderboards will be registered in. For this Restricted Freeroll, the following 40 places in every Tier after the Top 3 will qualify and receive a specific starting chip stack based on their finishing place in the Leaderboard. Only one entry to the Freeroll per person.

The Promotion:

We are giving away $144,000 in the form of 12 Packages to play in the Las Vegas Main Event this year. The promotion starts on Sunday, 28th of April at 00:00 ET and ends on Saturday, 15th of June at 23:59 ET.

Here's how it works:

If you would like to participate in the Tournament Leaderboards you need to Opt-in by ticking the 'Opt-in' box under the Tournament Information space for any of the tournaments that participate in the Tournament Leaderboards, as shown below (this step is only required once):

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Opt-in must be done only once and will apply for both Tournament Leaderboards and Cash Game Leaderboards.

Every Tournament played will give points using the formula explained in the Point Calculation section.

At the end of the promotion, we'll crown our top-ranked players in each of the 3 tiers, and reward them with the Main Event Package depicted in the section below.

The remaining 3 packages will be disputed in a Restricted Freeroll on Saturday, 22nd of June. 120 players who ''bubbled'' in the Tournament Leaderboards promotion (the following 40 in each Tier after the Top 3 winners) will be registered.

Extra stacks will be awarded to qualifying players in the Restricted Freeroll based on their finishing position in the Leaderboard. From 4th to 10th in each Tier will have Triple Stack, 11th to 20th will have Double Stack, and 21st to 43rd will have Single Stack. Players can also add to their initial stack from multiple Leaderboards. Example: Player A finished 5th in all 3 Leaderboards, then Player A will have 9 Stacks in the Freeroll.

By the way, did we mention players can win multiple Leaderboards? Check our T&Cs at the bottom for more information!

For those who love a challenge: get your own custome avatar if you win the 3 Leaderboards!

The Main Event Package:

The 12 winners of the Tournament Leaderboards promotion will receive a prize consisting of:

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*Airplane Flights, Accommodation, and Other Expenses are not included in the Package and are to be handled by each winner. Same applies for VISA or entry requirements to the United States of America.

*Package is non-transferable. In case one of the winners can't make it to the Las Vegas Main Event, the winner will be credited the $10,000 prize in T-Money and will not be entitled to the $2,000 travel expenses.

Point Calculation:

Tournament Leaderboards use the following formula to determine the number of points earned:

Leaderboard Point = Log (Prize Pool) / Sqrt (Relative Rank)

Relative Rank = Finish Position / Number of Entrants

Example: You finished 1st place in a tournament with 2,500 entrants and a prize pool of $40,000.

A) Finding out the Log:

You can find out the log of the Prize Pool by entering the following on Google: log (40000)

In this case, Log = 4.60205999133

B) Determine the Relative Rank value:

Divide the finish position (1) by the number of entrants (2500)

In this case, Relative Rank = 0.0004

C) Finding out the Sqrt (Relative Rank)

To find out the Sqrt (Relative Rank), enter the following on Google: Square root of 0.0004

In this case, Square of Relative Rank = 0.02

D) Now that we found all values, we just apply them to the formula:

Log (Prize Pool) / Sqrt (Relative Rank)

4.60205999133 / 0.02 = 230.102999566

In this case, you earned 230 points towards the Leaderboard.

Every two weeks, a multiplier will be added to the formula as follows:

  1. Week 1 and 2: 1x multiplier

  2. Week 3 and 4: 2x multiplier

  3. Week 5 and 6: 3x multiplier

  4. Week 7: 4x multiplier

In the previous example, for week 7 you would have earned 920.411998266 = 920 points towards the Leaderboard.

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Terms and Conditions:

  • The Tournament Leaderboards Promotion is available and valid from 28.04.2024 at 00:00 ET until 15.06.2024 at 23:59 ET.

  • In order to qualify for participation in the Leaderboard, you must opt-in in the Lobby by ticking the box under one of the tournaments that participate in the promotion. Opt-in needs to be done only once and will apply for both Tournament Leaderboards and Cash Game Leaderboards. Should you want to Opt-out at any point in time, simply send an email to [emailprotected].

  • The Tournament Leaderboards webpage will be updated showing Current Standings every Monday following the start of the promotion. More frequent updates will be available in the last 2 weeks of the competition.

  • Players can participate and win in multiple Leaderboards. However, the 2nd and/or 3rd prizes will be credited in the form of T-Money. For example: Player A placed 1st in the Low Leaderboard, 3rd in the Med Leaderboard, and 2nd in the High Leaderboard. In this case, the 1st place is recognised with the Main Event Package and the other 2 places would grant player T$10,000 each (not awarding the $2,000 cash for travel expenses). The T-Money will be credited into winner's 4Poker account. For more information on T-Money, check our Tournament Rules.

  • By the end of the promotion, the top 3 finishers in the Low, Med, and High tiers will be entitled to receive the Main Event Package prize - for a total of 9 packages.

  • The following 120 players (the next 40 from each Tier after the top 3 finishers) who ''bubbled'' will be automatically registered into a Restricted Freeroll on 22.06.2024 that will award the remaining 3 Main Event Packages to the top 3 finishers. Only one entry to the Freeroll per person.

  • The above mentioned 12 winners of the Main Event Package will be notified via their personal email and/or mobile phone number, which was provided for the account registration details. In order for Us to do so, please make sure that You have opted in to receive personalised communications in Your account settings in order for 4Poker to be able to inform you about your win.

  • The Main Event Package prize consists of: entry (buy-in) into one of the flights for the USD 10,000 (ten thousand dollars) Las Vegas Main Event, scheduled to take place in Las Vegas from 03.07.2024 until 06.07.2024 + USD 2,000 (two thousand dollars) cash credited into the winner's 4Poker account for travel expenses. In addition, You will receive 4Poker branded merchandise, available upon the start of the Las Vegas Main Event, should You want to use it while playing.

  • Winners must have availability to play in one of the Las Vegas Main Event flights from 03.07.2024 until 06.07.2024 inclusive - exact date of flight to be played will be determined in separate communication between 4Poker and winners.

  • In reference to the Main Event Package prizes, 4Poker shall not be held liable for any visa or entry restrictions prohibiting You entering the United States of America or passing any US border inspections. 4Poker will not assist with or be involved in any visa/US entry related processes.

  • The Main Event Package does not include airplane flight tickets, accommodation, payment for any food, beverages, transportation and other expenses related during your stay in Las Vegas and these expenses should be paid for by the winners.

  • Should You win one of the Main Event Packages and are not able to participate in the Las Vegas Main Event due to your unavailability for any reason, You will receive a T$10,000 credit in the form of T-Money into your 4Poker account instead. The $2,000 cash credit will be nullified as it is meant to cover travel expenses to the Las Vegas Main Event. For more information on T-Money, check our Tournament Rules.

  • Please note players need to be over 21 years of age in order to play live poker in the United States of America. Should You win a Main Event Package and not meet this requirement, You will receive a T$10,000 credit in the form of T-Money into your 4Poker account instead. The $2,000 cash credit will be nullified as it is meant to cover travel expenses to the Las Vegas Main Event. For more information on T-Money, check our Tournament Rules.

  • 4Poker will require the 12 winners to sign a liability waiver prior to their participation in the Main Event Package prizes. If You refuse to sign the 4Poker liability waiver, You therefore withdraw Your participation from and right to claim the Main Event Package prizes.

  • Should 4Poker fail to deliver any of the Main Event Package prizes, You will be provided with an alternative prize equal to the value of the individual prize component.

  • All awards will be subject to standard security and game integrity checks.

  • When taking part in the competition, your username will be published on our website as part of the Leaderboard standings, You have a right to withdraw your consent to publishing your username at any time by informing us by email on [emailprotected]. Kindly note that by withdrawing your consent to publish your username on our website will also withdraw you from further participation in the Tournament Leaderboards promotion.

  • Phase Event Tournaments will only award points in the Final Phase.

  • General Promotional Terms and General Terms and Conditions apply. For more information: Click here.

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