Natural8 Closes 2019 with a $10.7 Million Poker Fiesta

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2019 has been a great year for Natural8, dishing out new promotions every single month with hundreds and thousands of prizes to boot.

Their flagship tournament, The Good Game Series, is also deserving of praise. It featured a massive $50 million guaranteed prize pool, up from $3 million the year before. Several innovative and industry-first features were introduced, such as the A.I. Smart Betting, Bubble Protection, and Smart HUD.

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To close out 2019, Natural8 brings us a $10.7 million Poker Fiesta.

Read on to find out all about it.

$10 Million Guaranteed High Rollers Week

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Natural8 further cements their title as Home to the High Rollers with 9-days of 100 nosebleed events. Buy-ins range from $200 to $25K and there will be several big phase events and progressive knockout style bounty tournaments every single day. Players can also enter the high roller scene at a cut-rate with the countless satellites packed with seat guarantees that will run throughout the week.

Everyday 17:30 High Rollers Week PKO $210 $210 ~ $35,000
18:00 High Rollers Week Main $500 $500 ~ $75,000
21:00 High Rollers Week $1K $1,000 ~ $50,000
1st December 17:30 High Rollers Week #01 Kickoff $200 $200 $100,000
18:00 High Rollers Week #02 Main $500 $500 $150,000
21:00 High Rollers Week #08 $1K $1,000 $50,000
8th December 17:30 High Rollers Week #73 PKO $210 $210 $75,000
18:00 High Rollers Week #74 Main $500 $500 $150,000
21:00 High Rollers Week #81 $1K $1,000 $50,000
Phase 18:00 High Rollers Week Phase $5K $5,000 $750,000
19:30 High Rollers Week Phase $1K $1,000 $500,000
20:00 High Rollers Week Phase $500 $500 $500,000
20:30 High Rollers Week Phase $200 $200 $400,000

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¥1,000,000 Short Deck Festival

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Short Deck Poker is the latest addition to the wide array of games at Natural8 and the giveaway continues this December. Join in on this hi-octane 36-card poker variant and grab a piece of the ¥1,000,000 prize money (which is around $150,000).

Play 250 raked hands per day in any, OR ALL, of the stake levels outlined below. You will be automatically registered for the following day’s qualifier tournament for the stake level(s) you’ve completed the 250 raked hands in! The qualifier tournament is an Auto All-in event, so players can still win prizes regardless of whether they are online at that time.

Blinds Daily Freeroll Prize Pool Required Hands
¥50 ¥8,000 250
¥20 ¥12,000 250
¥5 ¥10,000 250
¥1 ¥3,500 250

$300,000 Rush & Cash

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The race for the gold continues in December with $75,000 to be won each week!

The more you play, the bigger the prizes you can claim; hit the Rush & Cash tables all month long. Just play at your stakes for the $300,000 December.

  • No opt-in required
  • Earn 1 point for every $0.01 rake
  • Multiple prizes can be won across different blinds

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$300,000 AoF All-In Race

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Show your bravado in this race for the risk taker. There’s a mouth-watering $300,000 in the pot, split over four weekly $75,000 leaderboards. Just go All-In and the weekly race prize is yours!

  • Climb the ranks with All-Ins
    • 1 All-In = 1 Point
    • No need to win the Hand !
    • 2x Points on Weekends !
  • Weekly Race, Monday to Sunday
    • Prizes reserved for each stake
  • 3 or more players need to active for the hand
  • Hand needs to go to showdown
  • Stake levels and prize splits outlined below
Stake Level Weekly Prize
$5 / $10 $35,000
$4 / $8 $20,000
$2 / $4
$1 / $2 $15,000
$0.50 / $1
$0.25 / $0.50 $5,000
$0.10 / $0.25

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Join in the fun this December at Natural8, you may win yourself an amazing gift for Christmas.

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Graduated in Media Communication at the University of Lausanne, Louis Hartman is a co-founder of He began his career in Cambodia as freelance journalist. In same time he was making his living by playing poker every night at that time. Intense learner, he read dozens of poker strategy books to improve his skills during many years. With a strong interest about poker "behind the scene" in Asia and his communication skills, Louis launched Somuchpoker in 2014.

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