Win a Share of $10,000 Tournament Dollars EVERY WEEK with GGPoker
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'Tis the season for a festive quiz! At least that's what the team over at GGPoker think with their weekly Trivia games!
Every Sunday at 13:30 (GMT) during the WSOP Winter Circuit, GGPoker will be running a free trivia game, offering players the chance to win a share of $10,000 tournament dollars.
How Does It Work?
It's very simple! Click on the Trivia button in the GGPoker client and get ready to answer ten questions in total. All players have to do is answer all ten questions correctly and any survivors will split the $10,000.
Questions could be on any of the following topics:
- Unique games on offer at GGPoker - Rush & Cash, Flip & Go, Spin & Gold and All-In or Fold
- Exclusive GGPoker features - SnapCam, PokerCraft, Staking and Smart HUD
- GGPoker Promotions
- GGTeam members
- WSOP and WSOP Online results
However, get one wrong and you're OUT! The field will progressively get smaller and smaller until all ten questions are asked and answered, with the lucky winner (or winners!) emerging victorious.
Last week, there were 19 players who answered all ten questions, including GGPoker Ambassador Koray "KakiTee" Turker, which meant that they each walked away with T$526.32.
Players who want to enter must be in the GGPoker app at 13:30 GMT otherwise you will not be eligible to play. You can enter the Trivia game up to 10 minutes before the start to make sure you don't miss out!
You will have 20 seconds to answer each question. At the end of the quiz, if no one gets all questions correct the final remaining group will split the $10,000 prize.
GGPoker Trivia Schedule
|Week 1||Sunday||December 12, 2021||13:30 GMT)|
|Week 2||Sunday||December 19, 2021||13:30 GMT)|
|Week 3||Sunday||December 26, 2021||13:30 GMT)|
|Week 4||Sunday||January 2, 2022||13:30 GMT)|
|Week 5||Sunday||January 9, 2022||13:30 GMT)|
Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He started working for PokerNews as a freelance live reporter in 2015 and joined the full-time staff in 2019. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German. He also holds an NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism.