No matter the time of the year, there's no shortage of live poker festivals to choose from around the world. Just about all of these festivals feature poker tournaments, rather than cash games which many players love.
While it's true that some poker festivals also run cash action on the side, very often table space is hampered by the amount of tables needed for the tournaments, limiting the amount of games being spread and the variety of stakes.
For players that love ring games, there's one poker festival definitely worthy of checking out. The Cash Game Festival will feature just about any game you can think of at stakes low and high, and action will be running around the clock for more than 120 hours straight.
Earlier in the year, the Cash Game Festival made successful stops in London and the sunny island of Malta. The next stop of the many planned throughout the year takes place at the Platinum Casino in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria from August 31 through September 4.
This stop promises to be one of the best yet with many players returning from previous festivals and many new players planning to come as the festival moves towards the eastern part of Europe.
In addition to the tremendous amount of poker to be played at Platinum Casino, there's a special hospitality package which features an activity each day handpicked by the festival organizers for the unique destination. The activities planned at the Cash Game Festival are always adapted to the destination, and this is no different for Bulgaria where thanks to the very nice climate in late August, there'll be many outdoor activities for players to enjoy.
Additionally, the Cash Game Festival gives players a chance to shine on a featured table. At the Cash Game Festival many recreational players at both higher and lower stakes will be able to take part in a unique opportunity to participate in the live streamed TV-table, where friends and family can check out their own poker star bluff with 2-7 offsuit!
The broadcasts, which appears on the Cash Game Festival Twitch channel, will also be available online after the event is finished, for players to enjoy by themselves or with others. Additionally, they can be also used as a study tool for finding leaks in your game and others, while also being able to check out how other players won specific hands.
All of the action will be covered by Cash Game Festival’s own production team, which includes producers, photographers, video shooters, and editors. They will help bring that little extra to make the overall experience for those attending something special. Videos and photos will also be published online for players to use as a new cool profile picture or to share with family and friends.
Everyone in the production teams possesses many years of experience in the media branch, and the production team personnel heritages from different places in Europe, so languages won’t be a barrier.
The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be on hand to report on all the poker action along with some of the highlights of the daily events off the felts.
Registration is still open at the Cash Game Festival website, where there's also a blog available to keep yourself up to date on the latest news about the festival.
See what's it like? Check out the Cash Game Festival Malta aftermovie!