partypoker’s flagship tournament series is back! The latest edition of the partypoker POWERFEST is set to kick off on July 28 with $28 million in combined guaranteed prize pools up for grabs, spread across a total of 275 events.
At least 15 events will run each day from July 28 through to August 11, categorized into levels ranging from Low all the way up to High Roller and Super High Roller.
The tournament provides a wide range of options for players, with the series featuring a variety of formats and structures including Deepstack, Turbo, Grind, Fast, Hyper Turbo and PKO.
Buy-ins start from $5.50 and go all the way up to $25,500. This gives players from all financial backgrounds an opportunity to play and the chance to win a nice chunk of money online regardless of their bankroll size.
Among the main highlights of the series are eight Championship Events taking place on August 11. Each event is expected to attract a huge field, offering massive guarantees. Apart from bringing home the top prize, winners walk away with a custom trophy and the honor of being a partypoker online champion.
Take a look below for the schedule of the POWERFEST Championship events:
Four events will run at 7:00pm BST on August 11, with buy-ins ranging from $11 all the way up to $2,100 (high roller). The four remaining ones kick off at 7:30 pm BST, featuring guarantees of between $10,000 and $250,000.
POWERFEST SPINS & Satellites
POWERFEST editions of partypoker’s jackpot sit & go tournaments called “SPINS” will also be running, giving players the chance to enter some of the biggest events on the POWERFEST schedule at a much cheaper price. You can take part for as low as $5, and you can win prizes ranging from $10 cash to up to $1,050 worth of POWERFEST tickets.
This week partypoker is hosting a series of satellites with buy-ins starting from as low as $0.55. A special POWEFEST Satellite Week freeroll also takes place every day at 7:00pm BST until July 27. The freeroll offers $1,000 worth of POWERFEST satellite tickets.
The largest event on the previous edition of the series was captured by Russian poker pro “PhileasFogg“. He outlasted a field of 105 players in the $25,500 buy-in Super High Roller Championship Event, taking home a whopping $643,125 as first-place prize.
For further details on the biggest online poker series this summer, as well as partypoker MILLIONS check out the partypoker website.