PartyPoker tournaments details
Sit & Go Tournaments
PartyPoker Sit & Go (SNG) tournaments start as low as $1, including the buy-in fee. Games vary and that is why PartyPoker SNGs are popular among poker players, this is one of the few rooms that offer Omaha or 7 card stud SNGs. Players are seated on a first-come-first-seated basis. Players can unregister as long as the game has not started. If a player has reserved a seat but is not playing, they will be blinded/anted off.
All PartyPoker multi-table tournaments have a buy-in as well as an entry fee. The buy-in is added to the prize pool and the entry fee is PartyPoker profit/rake. The multi-table tournaments are the most popular tournaments around the world and the same is true at Party Poker. You may find thousands of players playing some of these tournaments. Games and buy-ins vary and they start every 5 minutes, so if you are looking for some really hot poker tournament action, Party Poker is a good choice.
Party Poker Shootout tournaments are a variation of a multi-table tournament. These tournaments can be one, two, three, or more rounds depending on the number of entrants. Shootout tournaments are faster and more players get paid. Ten players per table play until three players are left at each of the tables. All players that are left are already in the money. The second round starts. Again, the game ends when three players are left at each of the tables. And so on, until less than 11 players are left. The final 11 play at the final table and compete for the largest prizes.
These tournaments end at a specific period of time and the top three players in chips win. These games are available in all poker variations. All the rules are the same as the rules in one table poker tournaments. These tournaments can be found under the "HellKat" tab. Time limits are 5, 15, 20, 30, 45 and 60 minutes.
Party Poker Million
This is an annual PartyPoker tournament, which is for PartyPoker players only. You can join qualifiers starting from as low as $1 and win a package worth $12,000. This includes an eight-day cruise, buy-in for the NLH tournament and over $1,000 spending money. For more details please check Party Poker site.