Don’t Miss Our $2,000 Tournament at partypoker on Oct. 21
Get ready to compete for a share of a guaranteed $2,000 in the PokerNews-exclusive tournament at partypoker on Oct. 21.
This special tournament is only open to partypoker players who created their accounts via PokerNews links and who have made at least one deposit into their accounts. If this describes you, you’re all set to play for a share of $2,000. If not, then we can help you get setup so you too can play in this prestigious tournament.
The partypoker $2,000 PokerNews Tournaments are tremendous value because they only costs $1 to enter yet guarantee $2,000 will be awarded to those players who navigate their way into money places.
How to Get in on the $1 buy-in PokerNews-exclusive tournament
As these tournaments are restricted to players who signed up to partypoker via our links and have made at least one deposit, the number of entrants is far less than the 2,000 required to meet the guarantee, which means there is plenty of overlay to enjoy in addition to an increased chance of walking away with some prize money.
At time of writing, only 24 players were registered
Each tournament sees you sit down with 3,000 chips and play to an excellent, progressive blind structure that sees the blinds increase every 15-minutes, giving you ample opportunities to build a stack.
Those of you who already meet the entry requirements can head to partypoker, go to the “Restricted” tab in the tournament lobby and register for the tournament on Oct. 21 at 20:00 CET.
Get an Account at partypoker
If you don’t have a partypoker account, follow the simple steps below.
- Download partypoker via PokerNews links
- Create your free account
- Make a deposit of at least $10 using the bonus code “PNCOM”
- Register for the Exclusive $2000 PokerNews Tournament
Making your first deposit sees four $5.50 MILLIONS Online satellite tickets added to your account within 48 hours. These satellite tickets could result in you playing for a share of a $20 million guaranteed prize pool in online poker’s biggest-ever single tournament, the MILLIONS Online.