Party Poker PokerFest to Finish with $300k-GTD Main Event

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Get ready for a massive weekend on Party Poker as the most recent edition of the global series PokerFest comes to an end with hundreds of thousands of dollars in guarantees.

The flagship tournament of the 67-event PokerFest, which began March 3, is the $300,000-guaranteed Main Event on Sunday. 

For just $200 players will get a shot at one of the biggest prizes awarded on Party Poker this year.

Party Poker is also running a series of promos that coincide with the end of PokerFest.

Points Hunt, Bonus Builder Also Running on Party

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From Monday to Sunday players can opt in to the Points Hunt and if they manage to generate at least 10 points on four separate days then they will earn a cash bonus of $15.

Points Hunt scales all the way up to $300 for players who managed to throw together a massive string of points.

Later this month Party Poker will also run the Bonus Builder again. From March 17-30 players will be able to earn cash prizes by generating points and then the following week they’ll be able to unlock bonus cash.

Finally Party Poker is giving away VIP packages to WPT Cyprus to players who take part in the WPT Live Show tables, which are running until March 16.

For more information be sure to check our Party Poker review.

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