The first ticket won by a player via satellite or Spin to Get In must be used for Day 1A of the $5,000,000 GTD Venom tournament on Sunday, July 14th at 1pm ET. Players will be automatically registered to play on this date and cannot unregister. Satellite winners will be automatically seated when the tournament starts and will be blinded out if they do not show up to play.
Players who have multiple tickets and are eliminated in Day 1A on July 14th will have their secondary ticket automatically registered to play in Day 1B on July 16th at 1pm ET. That ticket may not be unregistered and the secondary entry must be played or the player will be blinded out.
You cannot sell your primary ticket, only players with multiple tickets may sell the extras.
If you have won multiple Venom tickets that you wish to sell, then you may do so at whatever price yourself and the buyer agrees upon. To do this, both parties must email [email protected] from their email address registered to their WPN player account and confirm the price agreed and that they’re willing to purchase/sell.
If you have one entry and wish to purchase additional entries, you may do so. If the extra entry (or entries) are not used by the end of late registration of the July 21st Venom tournament, you must wait until the next Venom tournament.
Only $2,650 Venom tickets are transferable. Tickets of any other kind for any other tournament are non-transferable and will expire within a year of their date of issue.
$2,650 Venom tickets are to be used exclusively for Venom tournaments.
Players may only use one Winning Poker Network account to play the $5 Million Venom tournament.
Players who have more than one ticket across multiple Winning Poker Network accounts must contact customer service to transfer their tickets to one account only before Day 1A of the $5 Million Venom tournament starts on Sunday, July 14th.
Players who fail to contact customer service to have their tickets combined into one account will automatically forfeit all tickets when the tournament begins, and all their Winning Poker Network accounts will be permanently banned.
Any winnings will be forfeited from players who have been discovered playing the $5 million Venom from more than one Winning Poker Network account.
Deal-making at the final table is permitted, but the first-place winner must receive a minimum of $1,000,000.
Should the first-place finisher prefer to receive their winnings via traditional payment methods, they may return the cryptocurrency and withdraw their winnings via other payment options available in the cashier.
Because the tournament has been announced 6 months prior to the event, YA POKER reserves the right to change the terms and conditions within a reasonable timeframe prior to the event.