December is the month that the World Poker Tour (WPT) returns to Prague and partypoker has a $6,100 WPT Prague package on deck, ready to send the lucky winners to the vacation of a lifetime. Until December 8th partypoker will have satellites running and at least one player will win a $6,100 package every week. Set your calendar and get ready to play Sundays at 2:25 p.m. ET — partypoker is hosting a WPT Prague Satellite with a buy-in of $305+$25 guaranteeing at least one WPT Prague package. For every additional $6,100 in the prize pool, another WPT Prague package is awarded. Each package has the following:
- $4,360 buy-in to the WPT Prague Main Event
- Six nights' accommodation
- $800 spending money
The WPT Prague Main Event will be one of the bigger European WPT stops. It kicks off on December 15th and runs through the 21st. With three starting flights, the opportunity for a big field of players and a massive prize pool is in the mix. The last Prague Main Event brought 567 players to the tables and created a €1,683,900 ($2,188,563) prize pool. Poland's Marcin Wydrowski became Season 11's WPT Prague champion and took home the top prize.
Prague needs to be experienced to be appreciated — win your free package and enjoy one of the most picturesque cities on the planet.
Get live poker tips at partypoker
Once you win a seat in a live tournament, like WPT Prague, what happens if you're not experienced at live poker...especially tournament play? The partypoker blog has come up with a list of 10 tips that are easily remembered if you are new to the world of live poker.
A grinder, or pro poker player, might find these tips a bit trivial but keep in mind that everyone started with the first hand and had to play their way up! Head to the partypoker blog for the full list of hints and tips.
The partypoker Premier League is on now
The partypoker blog is updating all the action and excitement of the partypoker Premier League that's running now. Straight from the blog:
The partypoker Premier League 7 continues with Heat 5 from the wonderful city of Montreal. Jeff Gross won Heat 1 followed by Jason Koon taking Heat 2 then we saw Sorel Mizzi taking winning Heat 3 and yesterday we saw Dan Colman crushing Heat 4. With the Premier League 7 we’re featuring 12 players all playing six eight-handed heats, with each player competing in a total of four league matches.