Thursday, 29 January 2009
It’s the last Sunday of the month this weekend and for PartyPoker that now means a $1m guaranteed tournament. Fair enough.
Kicking off at 17.45 GMT, the buy-in is $600+$40, which contributes to the huge prize pool. You can, however, qualify on the cheap for as little as $1. The wide range of qualifiers includes $64+$4 daily satellites with 18 seats guaranteed, a Mega Friday $50+$5 satellite that guarantees 30 seats and Super Satellite Saturday qualifiers with a $32+$3 buy-in and 25 seats guaranteed.A PartyPoker.com spokesman said: “The countdown is on to our $1,000,000 Sunday. There are plenty of ways to get a piece of the action and see a great return for only a very small investment.”
Juicy Stakes has just launched a range of new online poker tournaments and is celebrating by offering a limited-time 50% re-load deposit bonus worth up to $100.
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The Winter Poker Championship Seefeld 2017 is set to run from February 16 to February 26 and online poker players are being offered the chance to win a prize package into the Austrian tournament series’ main event for as little as $3.30.
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