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Stockholm $1,000 GTD Sundowner

Get ready for the latest addition to our steadily growing tournament family, the Stockholm $1,000 GTD, the fourth of our Sundowner tourneys.

The more, the merrier. This phrase doesn’t only count for our tournaments but also reflects our player origins. And to give more players the possibility to grab some sweet price money we have added the ‘Stockholm $1,000 GTD Sundowner’.

As known from our ‘New York and L.A.’ Sundowner as well as from our ‘Honolulu Brunch’, this tournament is running from Monday to Saturday and players receive 3,000 starting chips for a buy-in of only $16.50, with 10min blind levels and the possibility of re-buys and add-ons.

How do I get a seat?

Open the download version of your poker client or start our instant play poker app and visit our tournament lobby. Choose STOCKHOLM $1,000 GTD SUNDOWNER and buy-in for only $16.50!

And don't forget to play our special SUNDAY SUNDOWNER with $4,500 GTD!

Tournament details:

STOCKHOLM $1,000 GTD SUNDOWNER
Texas Hold’em NL
running Monday to Saturday
starting time: 2:05pm Eastern
buy-in + fee: $15 + $1.50

International starting times:
8:05pm CEST / 4:05am AEST

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the most populous city in the Nordic countries.  The entire Stockholm metropolitan area, consisting of 26 municipalities, has a population of over 2.2 million. The city stretches across fourteen islands where Lake Mälaren flows into the Baltic Sea. Just outside the city and along the coast is the island chain of the Stockholm archipelago. The area has been settled since the Stone Age, in the 6th millennium BC, and was founded as a city in 1252 by Swedish statesman Birger Jarl.

Besides well-known singing quartets and furniture stores Sweden has a lot to discover: a country with 10 million people, 95,700 lakes and about 400,000 moose in Swedish woods. And did you know that it was a Swedish car manufacturer which invented the three-point seatbelt which is still saving millions of lives? By the way, one of the most important phrases you can learn for your next holiday in Sweden is: Min svävare är full med ål! ;-) (My hovercraft is full of eels!)