PS LIVE Manila Megastack 18: PHP 20 Million (~USD 357K) guaranteed Main Event action hits the tables, Flight A runs today!



Midway through the tour’s richest Manila Megastack series at Okada Manila, Philippines, several spadies have already been awarded in the past five days yet no festival remains complete without its crown jewel Main Event. This Wednesday, February 21st marks the first day of the awaited PHP 20,000,000 (~USD 357,430) guaranteed Main Event action where Flight A is set to play through. Posting double of last season’s guarantee, the ambitious pot sees a PHP 10,000 (~USD 89) price hike with the buy-in now set at PHP 45,000 (~USD 804). 

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Four Main Event flights are available on schedule with each playing down to 15% of the field (ITM) for a spot into Day 2. All qualifiers (except for the Turbo) and Day 2 will run through 40 minute blind levels and longer 60 minute intervals for the final table gameplay. Each entry buys the player a starting stack of 30,000, equivalent to 300 big blinds to start the day. A champion is deemed to be crowned on Sunday, February 25th with the top two winners additionally receiving PHP 120,000 (~USD 2,145) valued 2024 APPT Event Packages taken from the prize pool.

PS Manila Megastack 18 – Main Event Live Updates

Running alongside today’s Main Event qualifier are side events NLH, Super High Roller, Freezeout, PHP 50K NLH Turbo, and Flight A of the PHP 5,000,000 (~USD 89,370) guaranteed Megastack Turbo. Main Event satellites are also available on schedule through the 23rd for those looking to win entries at a more modest price point. 

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Janette Dee

Graduated from De La Salle University, Janette works as a full time teacher in Manila, Philippines. She has long joined the local poker community as a recreational player for the last decade. Having a natural love for the game, she decided to branch out into a different avenue of poker. Currently, Janette works for Somuchpoker as a content writer reporting local and international news for the site.

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