PartyPoker Loads Up Powerfest with $20m GTD, 10% Off Tickets

The upcoming Powerfest on PartyPoker.com is set to be the biggest ever with a record 301 events and $20,000,000 in guaranteed prizes.

The series will run May 7-21, 2017, and will culminate with a massive $1,050 buy-in, $1m-guaranteed Main Event on the final day.

PartyPoker is celebrating the launch of Powerfest and its new rewards program by giving players 10% off Powerfest bundles in the loyalty store.

Pokerfest Tournament of Champions

This time around PartyPoker is offering a special Tournament of Champions freeroll for all 301 winners that come out of PowerFest.

John Duthie
PartyPoker Live president John Duthie.

Entry is free for all Powerfest winners with $20,000 in PartyPoker tickets up for grabs. First place will walk away with $15,000 in tickets and an official PowerFest t-shirt, trophy and belt.

The TOC won’t be the only perk for Powerfest grinders as the site is running a 500 Points to $500k tournament where users can put up 500 loyalty points to play in a satellite into the $2m-GTD Powerfest $25,500 buy-in Super High Roller Charity event.

If you don't want to play the massive event you can instead attempt to win a piece of Sam Trickett's action in the tournament by correctly answering PartyPoker questions on Twitter.

PartyPoker will pick out some accounts randomly and give away a percentage of Trickett's winnings in the tournament. It's completely free to enter.

Pokerfest will also offer a leaderboard with $135,000 in prizes for players looking to log a large amount of volume during the series.

As usual PowerFest will include four buy-in levels, starting at just $5.50 and rocketing all the way up to $25,500 for the Super High Roller Charity event. There will be leaderboard rewards for each buy-in level.

PartyPoker has been exceptionally busy lately with European poker legend John Duthie taking the reins as president of the site’s live tour and a brand-new loyalty program.

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