Party Poker to Stage $500k-Guaranteed Tournament

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Party Poker will run one of its biggest tournaments in recent memory this Sunday with a staggering $500,000 in prize money.

Usually the Party Poker Sunday Major tips the scales at $200,000 guaranteed but this week the site is boosting that GTD to half a million with $100,000 dedicated to the winner.

Party Poker players can buy in directly for $200 or take advantage of a wide variety of qualifying options.

$5 Mega Satellite to Award 100 Seats

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Party Pro Marvin Rettenmaier

One option for qualifying is the $5 Mega Satellite, which takes place just before the $500k tournament at 16:30 CET. The Mega Satellite will award 100 seats into the massive event.

The winner of the Mega Satellite could potentially parlay $5 into over $100,000.

New depositors on Party Poker also receive five $1 qualifier tickets for the $500k-GTD Major, which they can use for any satellite to the event.

In addition any of the players who buy in directly for $200 have a chance to earn $500 in bonus cash.

Starting May 12 those bonuses can be unlocked at the rate of $50 for every 250 player points generated on Party Poker. 

For more information about the site be sure to check out our in-depth Party Poker review.


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