Throughout the Cash Game Festival, the festival's online partners will be hosting freerolls for those watching the televised feature tables.
Today's freeroll will be held at betsafe Poker at 10 p.m. EET (8 p.m. GMT/9 p.m. CET). You can grab the password by watching the stream by clicking on the Live Stream tab in our coverage or by heading to the Cash Game Festival Twitch channel.
A total of €500 will be awarded absolutely for free just by playing. First place will be awarded a €300 stake to Friday's €2/€2 no-limit hold'em.
Don't worry if you aren't in Tallinn or don't plan on coming out. If this is the case, betsafe Poker Manager Enri Orav (pictured), who is a fierce competitor at the poker tables, will play for you and ship the profits and the seed money to you.
Sviten Special fans couldn't wait any longer before hopping into the action. A table with stakes at €2/€2 just opened up and will play much deeper than that with multiple straddles taking place during most hands.
Among those on the table are Peter La Terra, Martin "Franke" von Zweigbergk, Jens "Dansken" Riis, Rikard Relander, and Bjorne Lindberg, and Andreas Roseborg.
The first feature table has just kicked off with stakes at €1/€1 no-limit hold'em. What makes this television table special is not only will it be the first time Christin Maemets commentates at a Cash Game Festival but also that the table features bartenders from around Tallinn.
The line-up includes Tõnis Kirsipuu, Taavo Raag, Sergei Jarovenko, Risto Viljur, Viktor Golubjatnikov, Lenar Lehtla, Mairold Millert, and Oliver.
You can follow the action at the Cash Game Festival Twitch channel or by clicking on the live stream tab in our coverage.
Welcome to Day 1 of the Cash Game Festival Tallinn, the final CGF of the year, at Olympic Park Casino, located minutes away from the Old Town of the Estonian capital Tallinn.
Many players are expected to be in attendance from all around Europe including dozens from Cash Game Festival partners 32Red Poker, Unibet Poker, betsafe Poker, and Olybet Poker.
Among the players coming from 32Red Poker include Edgars Armans, who has won the most packages in the history of the Cash Game Festival regulars Peter La Terra, Ryan "Metalface" Davey, Nicholas Blomqvist, and Mick Smith.
The festival will officially kick off at 6:00 p.m. EET with welcome drinks next to the televised feature table.
Shortly after at 6:30 p.m. EET the first televised feature table of the festival with stakes at €1/€1 no-limit hold'em will begin commentated by Christin Mäemets. This will be the first Cash Game Festival for Mäemets, who was a star during the pre-event stream last month.
As a special treat, the first stream will be a local bartenders edition. Every player will be a bartender at a local bar.
Hole cards will be exposed as the stream will be shown on a 20-minute delay. You can follow the action in our coverage and at the Cash Game Festival Twitch channel.
The late feature table begins at 9:30 p.m. CEST with stakes at €2/€2 pot-limit Omaha featuring Cash Game Festival co-founder Martin "Franke" von Zweigbergk.
As has been the case in the past, the player that wins the most big blinds out of any of the 10 will win a Cash Game Festival trophy and a package valued at €1,000 to the next festival in London on Jan. 30 to Feb. 3.
Stay tuned at PokerNews for the next five days as we will report on all the highlights of the Cash Game Festival Bratislava on and away from the felts.