PartyPoker is set to bring you Pokerfest II Online this weekend when the $215 buy-in $350,000 guaranteed NLH event kicks off at 13:30 EDT on Sunday, April 22nd. Four Pokerfest tournaments are scheduled for the day. Pokerfest II features 47 events running between April 22nd and May 22nd with $3,500,000 in guarantees. The Main Event will feature a $1,000,000 pay-out!
Look for side events that will take place between April 22nd and May 6th; tournament poker is set to rool at PartyPoker this coming month.
Daily Dollar Side Events
PartyPoker is running two Daily Dollar Side events during Pokerfest II with 'a twist. You'll find the 'twist' revealed in the PartyPoker tournament lobby - the 'twist' is a secret but expect added prizes and unique structures. The Daily Dollar Side events have a $1 buy-in and run twice a day; 13:45 and 16:00 EDT.
Pokerfest II Jackpots
Pokerfest II Jackpots are filled with goodies, like a 2012 World Series of Poker package valued at $14,000, and iPads, and cash bonuses of between $2,500 and $20,000. Just hit one of the jackpots and start enjoying the goodies.
The prizes are massive. Win three events, along with the cash for taking down first place, and PartyPoker will give you an additional $20,000 PLUS a $14,000 package to the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event!
The full list of jackpots:
- Win any three Pokerfest II tournaments - win $20,000 plus a $14,000 package to the 2012 WSOP Main Event!
- Reach the final table in any 10 Pokerfest II tournaments - receive $15,000 and a brand new iPad
- Reach the final table in any five Pokerfest II tournaments - receive $7,500 and an iPad
- Finish in the money in any 20 of the Pokerfest II tournaments - $5,000 and an iPad
- Cash in any 10 Pokerfest II tournaments - win an additional $2,500 and an iPad
Leaderboards have combined prizes of $50,000! The leaderboard has points buy-in, the low buy-in ($6-$33) and high buy-in ($55 and above) tournaments, that are set to pay out between 250 and 500 places - the prizes go as high as $2,500!
Now that you're ready to take a seat and enjoy all the massive action, remember – the best way to start playing at PartyPoker is to get the $50 Free bonus available for PokerWorks' players only! Download PartyPoker through PokerWorks, use the bonus code PWFREE50 when signing up and receive a $50 bonus absolutely free with no deposit required! For more information on the PartyPoker $50 FREE bonus and all the other PokerWorks' exclusive promotions visit our PartyPoker review.
Now that you know how easy it is to start playing at PartyPoker with a FREE $50 Bankroll, settle in and play the $30,000 Guaranteed weekdays between Monday and Thursday at 15:00 EDT. The $99 buy-in tournament guarantees a prize pool of at least $30,000. The tournament boasts one rebuy and an add-on at the break. If $99 is a bit too steep, look at all the satellites that run during the day and start with an entry fee of just 10 PartyPoints!
Every month PartyPoker treats you to an amazing $100,000 in Freerolls! Start from -0- and build a bankroll when you play the Freerolls. Playing Freerolls is a great way to practice your poker skills and knowledge and win cash from the experience. Freerolls are always a win-win...especially at PartyPoker.
If you've just opened your PartyPoker account during the last seven days, you're eligible to play in a $1,500 prize pool Freeroll that is only open to new players. The field is limited to 5,000 entries which gives you an even better chance of stacking some of the free cash.
Every day PartyPoker offers $150 Freerolls for players around the world. These Freerolls run between 07:30 and 19:30 EDT and are country specific restricted. Play with your fellow country members in a smaller than standard Freeroll. Chat it up and play to bust everyone, take home the cash and the bragging rights too!
Phil Laak scored BIG in The PartyPoker Big Game when he played the 48-hour cash game and came out on top. The Big Game was watched by the world on live stream, if you missed it, shame on you! The PartyPoker Blog team talked to Laak when The Big Game came to an end; he'd been playing for 54 hours: