Play for a Share of $2,000 at partypoker on Dec. 16


PokerNews and partypoker share a special relationship and that allows us to offer you the chance to play in a $2,000 guaranteed tournament for only $1 this Sunday, Dec. 16.

This is the final PokerNews-exclusive tournament at partypoker this year, so you don’t want to miss out on giving your bankroll a boost as the festive period draws close. partypoker have slapped a $2,000 guarantee on this tournament, which only costs $1 to enter, and the fact only 33 players were registered at the time this article was written shows how much value awaits you.

Cards are in the air from 20:00 CET on Dec. 16. You sit down with 3,000 chips and play to 10-minute blinds that start at only 20/40. Unlimited rebuys costing $1 each are available until the end of the sixth level, with a $2 add-in, worth 10,000 chips, becoming available once the rebuy period is over.

The Exclusive $2000 PokerNews Tournament can be found under the “Restricted” tab in the partypoker tournament lobby with the tournament ID #189540966. You can register for this special tournament now if you created your partypoker account via PokerNews links and have made at least one real money deposit into your partypoker account.

If you do not already have a partypoker account, now is the time to get yourself one. Follow the steps below and you’ll be up and running in next to no time.

  • 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 using the bonus code “PNCOM” rewards you with four Power Series satellite tickets worth $5.50 each. These can be used in any of the partypoker satellites; hopefully you manage to win your way into a bigger buy-in event with them.

There will be a sizeable overlay for you to enjoy in this PokerNews-exclusive tournament, so create your partypoker account today and join us for some massive value in the Exclusive $2000 PokerNews Tournament.

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