Tallinn is once again calling all poker players for the third edition of Coolbet Open on 7-12 May!

The schedule has been published now and includes a couple of new and interesting additions compared to previous events.

The first newcomer is The Drawmaha Championships which will be hosted in cooperation with Poker Event Sweden. Drawmaha, also known as Sviten Special, is a popular poker game especially in Sweden and Finland but it is very rarely that the game’s finest players gather to battle is out.

The Drawmaha Championship, which will be played on Thursday 9 May with a €220 buy-in,  can thus be described as the unofficial world championship in this variant.

Another new event is a €50+€10 Short Deck Hold’em tournament, which will be played on Saturday 11 May. The game is like regular Texas Hold’em but all deuces to fives have been removed from the deck, making the game more action filled and unpredictable.

Main Event and Vimenn Open offer huge prize pools

Regular Coolbet Open players will be able to find many familiar tournaments in the schedule.

The Main Event will once again be a €550 tournament with unlimited re-entries until the end of the first level of day 2. In October this tournament had an amazing 589 entries and created a prize pool of €285k, making it the biggest midstakes event in Estonia ever. The Main Event will be played over four days on 8-11 May.

Back on the schedule is also the €330 Vimenn Open which will be hosted in cooperation with the Norwegian poker magazine Vimmen. This event was played at the first Coolbet Open in May 2018 and had more than 200 entries and a massive prize pool of €76k.

Vimenn Open will be played over 2 days and offers unlimited rebuys until the end of the first level on day 2.

Coolbet Open will in total feature 33 events during 6 days of fun poker at the Hilton Tallinn Park. See the schedule below.