One of the greatest MTT events at partypoker came to an end! POWERFEST X brought us $33,505,117 in prizes, which is $5.5M more than the initial guarantee was! Check out what happened during the last 5 days of this great event!

POWERFEST X: The Story So Far

  • Events completed: 275
  • Events remaining: 0
  • Prize money awarded: $33,505,117

Day 11

The total prize money on the day 11 was $725,274

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*includes bounty payments

POWERFEST Day 12

Day 12 was nothing short of huge as $5,049,669 was paid out across 23 events, including more than $2 million in the $25,500 Super High Roller event.

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*includes bounty payments

Day 13

Team Online’s Steven “DWstevie” Kok became a POWERFEST champion on Day 13 of the festival as partypoker awarded another $446,413 across 13 action-packed events. Kok managed to turn $11 into $2,159

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*includes bounty payments

 

POWERFEST Day 14

Day 14 of POWERFEST saw another $529,411paid out and a large chunk of that went to partypoker‘s Travis “DramaticDegen” Darroch Team Online fame as he took down a $5K Gtd Deep event for almost $10,000.

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*includes bounty payments

THE FINAL DAY

What an incredible day of POWERFEST action Day 15, the final day, was. A staggering $8,660,291 was paid out as players flocked to the partypoker tables to get in on the action. While none of the Team partypoker players managed to secure titles, almost three dozen other players did and here are some of the biggest scores.

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*includes bounty payments

This was really one of the greatest events so far! And, we expect them more and more to come! So, if you still don’t have the account at partypoker, register with us and we will give you up to $30 of FREE SPINS TICKETS upon the 1st deposit!

 

 

A great promotion for MTT players is running at BetOnline Poker – Warriors Tournament Challenge. The promotion is on from 5th – 25th August and brings $35.000 in prizes. Check out in the text below how to take a place and what can you win.

WARRIORS TOURNAMENT CHALLENGE

$15,000 LEADERBOARD CHALLENGE

There are $5.000 up for grabs every week during the promotional period! Armor up and be a warrior at the table. Play, place and win Tournaments to earn points, climb the Challenge ranks and claim your share of the $5,000 Leaderboard loot each week.

WARRIORS TOURNAMENT CHALLENGE 1

How do you earn points for the Warriors Tournament Challenge leaderboard?

Play a tournament = 1 point

Place in the money = 5 points

Place in the Top 20 = 10 points

Plus, WIN a specially marked Comp Boost Tournament to add 20 points (Warrior Boost) to your tally!

Leaderboard Boost Points are also earned completing a 7 day in a row challenge. See the Leaderboard Boosts section for full details.

Each Leaderboard Challenge runs Monday 00:00 ET to Sunday 23:59 ET. You win prizes as tournament money and you can use it in tournaments or Sit & Go’s.

PLAYER LEVELS

Find out what kind of warrior you are!

Amassing Leaderboard points is not the only key to a bigger Leaderboard prize, but your points total will reveal what Level “Warrior” you are, and decides two other important benefits:

  1. Unlocks your entry to the end of promotion Freerolls and determines which level/s you qualify for (see Freeroll section).
  2. Determines the Points Boost you qualify for in the upcoming week’s Leaderboard (see Leaderboard Boosts section).

Play smart to achieve one of three Warrior Levels – Hunter, Warrior, or Sorcerer – each brings a swag of unique skills and strengths to the table for the battle ahead!

WARRIORS TOURNAMENT CHALLENGE 2

$20,000 IN FREEROLLS

Achieve Hunter, Warrior or Sorcerer level in any week to qualify for the corresponding Freeroll, on Sunday, September 1st at 2pm ET.

  • Hunter – $10,000 Freeroll
  • Warrior – $5,000 Freeroll
  • Sorcerer – $5,000 Freeroll

If you reach a number of different “Warrior” levels throughout the promotion, you qualify for the Freeroll of the highest level achieved, plus (if applicable) the levels below it.

Example: Player reaches Sorcerer level in any week, they qualify for all 3 Freerolls.

So, how you perform in each of the three weekly Leaderboards ultimately decides how much of the $20,000 Freeroll cash you can win!

Note: Each Freeroll has a 2-hour time limit, with a “cash proportional to chips” payout structure.

LEADERBOARD BOOSTS

Fight your way to the top with these hacks!

Don’t just settle for the slow and steady road to racking up Leaderboard Points. Make light work of rising through the ranks with these shortcuts, plus top up your Tournament Money!

WARRIORS TOURNAMENT CHALLENGE 3

 

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The great action continues on partypoker. Today we will bring you the most interesting details from POWERFEST X days 8, 9 and 10. Check out what was going on at one of the most interesting MTT series!

POWERFEST X: The Story So Far

  • Events completed: 179
  • Events remaining: 96
  • Prize money awarded: $18,094,059

 

You heard of the famous story where Jack “Treetop” Straus found himself down to a single chip and won WSOP Main event? That case brought us the phrase: a chip and a chair!

We almost had a similar result on POWERFEST Day 8. Team Online’s Travis “DramatcDegen” Darroch who was down to 1.5 big blinds at the final table of the POWERFEST #41-H: $250K Gtd Fast PKO. After that, he managed to finish 2nd and win $34.000! Several other members of Team partypoker had great days on August 4th. Some of them are  Josip Simunic and Joao Simao.

There were an amazing $5,241,835 in prizes on POWERFEST Day 8.

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*includes bounty payments

 

POWERFEST X Day 9 Recap

Entries: 136
Buy-in: $1,050
Prize pool: $150,000
Places paid: 20

There were $891,850 on Day 9. The most interesting detail is that “PayAndPlay” won his 3rd POWERFEST TItle in the past two days!

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*includes bounty payments

POWERFEST X Day 10

The $1,567,954 awarded on Day 10 took the total prize money to $18,094,059 and with 96 events still to go, the $28 million in combined guarantees has every chance of being blown out of the water!

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*includes bounty payments

 

On Tuesday we will publish the last days of this great series. Check out how this $28M event came to the end!

There is a great promotion running at PokerStars – Spin & Go 10. Join the action and play for $8000 in cash prizes every day. Find more details in the text below.

Spin & Go 10

Play 10 Spin & Go’s and you could win a share of a juicy $8,000 daily prize pool. The promotion is available for three weeks from July 29 until August 18!

Here’s how Spin & Go 10 promotion works:

  1. Opt-in
  2. Play 10 Spin & Go’s of the same Leader Board tier in a day – see below. You can also choose to play in all four tiers in a single day and potentially win up to four prizes!
  3. Track your progress as you play in your Challenges Window
  4. Check the final Leader Board each day to see if you’ve won!

This Leader Board is like no other because there’s no grinding involved – once you’ve opted in, only the first 10 Spin & Go’s each day count, so anyone could win. Where will the spinner land?

Tiers

Spin & Go 10 1

Big Multipliers = Big Points for Leader Board

Each day starts at 00:00 ET and runs until 23:59 ET. Hope to hit those big multipliers for the best chance to tally up a huge points total. Win the Spin & Go and you’ll get double points.

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Monday $10,000 Freeroll

Every Monday during the Spin & Go Leader Board promotions, there will be a $10,000 Freeroll to be played in a Spin & Go format, with three-minute blinds and a 500-chip starting stack.

Play a block of 10 Spin & Go’s that week and you’ll be granted entry and be in with a chance of winning a share of an added $10,000!

 

If you still don’t have the account at PokerStars and you would like to take your place at the leader board, register with us and we will give you the Welcome Bonus up to $600$!

There is a great promotion running on partypoker – CASH SPLASH. You can join the action that will last until 1st September 2019. Check out how it works.

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With $500K in giveaways over four weeks – take the plunge into CashSplash and earn your share!

There are two different ways that you can fill your boots during this promotion, – Cash plash Hours & Challenges – both offering you the chance to win cash prizes, MTT and SPINS tickets.

You need to opt-in for Cash Splash Hours, but not for Cash Splash Challenges.

Daily Challenges

Players will be issued a unique challenge to complete each day of the Cash Splash promotion. Challenges may involve cash games, fastforward, SPINS or tournaments.

Challenges will vary for each player, as will click card rewards. Each challenge will start at 23:00 (BST) / 00:00 (CET) and will be available for 24 hours. No opt-in required.

Once your daily challenge has been completed, you will instantly receive a $2K Splash Freeroll ticket. Players will also be rewarded with a click card, available from 11:00 (BST) / 12:00 (CET) on the next day.

Daily $2K  Freerolls

Running 19:00 (BST) / 20:00 (CET) every day of the SplashCash promotion, players can earn an entry by either completing their daily challenge or taking part in CashSplash Hours.

Cash Splash Hours

Win cash prizes of up to $1K during CashSplash Hours!

Running daily or twice-daily, at random times, simply opt-in and generate just $0.01 in rake on cash game tables or fastforward exclusively. You’ll then earn a click card which could reveal a cash prize or a $2K freeroll ticket.

Every click card is a winner, and you can earn one during each Cash Splash Hour!

Here’s what’s up for grabs during each Cash Splash Hour (12 per week):

  • $2,500 worth of total prizes
  • $500 top prize
  • $2K freeroll tickets

partypoker is also running boosted hours during selected times, doubling the prize giveaway to a massive $5K!

Here’s what’s up for grabs during each Boosted Hour (2 per week):

  • $5,000 worth of total prizes
  • $1,000 top prize
  • $2K freeroll tickets

If you still don’t have the account at partypoker, register with us and here is what we prepared for you!

Team Online’s Patrick “Egption” Tardif managed to navigate himself to two POWERFEST final tables on Day 6 of POWERFEST X, narrowly missing out on a brace of titles.

Thirteen champions were crowned on Day 6 with another $390,852 distributed among those 13 events, taking the total prize money awarded to $9,846,026 as we approach the halfway stage of the $28 million guaranteed series.

POWERFEST X: The Story So Far

  • Events completed: 121
  • Events remaining: 154
  • Prize money awarded: $10,392,420

POWERFEST X Day 6 Recap

POWERFEST X #28-H: $75K Gtd PKO

Entries: 277
Buy-in: $320
Prize pool: $85,316
Places paid: 40

The first event that Tardif reached the final table of was the $320 buy-in POWERFEST #28-H: $75K Gtd PKO. Tardif was one of 277 entries who helped create an $85,316 prize pool, over $10,000 more than the advertised guarantee.

With bounties included, none of the eight finalists walked away with less than $2,100, a great return on their initial investment.

“Tommm” was the first casualty of the final table, their eighth-place finish banking them $907 plus $1,288 worth of bounty payments. They were joined on the rail first by “DaleJordan1”who won a POWERFEST event on Day 5, “Valhalla”, “NicoMaserati57” and then by Tardiff whose fourth-place exit saw him net $3,333 plus $1,649 from the bounty prize pool.

The penultimate elimination was that of “Viktor_Navorski” who won $4,580 plus $868. “BIGMONEYSALVIA” then busted in second place for $6,526 plus an impressive $4,528 worth of bounties, leaving “Hendlemann69” to collect the $6,535 top prize and $7,580 worth of scalps.

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POWERFEST #30-H: $10K Gtd PLO8 6-Max Fast

Entries: 151
Buy-in: $109
Prize pool: $15,100
Places paid: 18

Tardif then reached the final table of the POWERFEST #30-H: $10K Gtd PLO8 6-Max Fastevent and was joined by teammate Jaime “jaimestaples” Staples in this action-inducing tournament.

“SprCpn” crashed out in sixth-place for $626 before Tardiff ran out of steam in fifth-place for a $943 return on his $109 buy-in. Tardiff was then joined in the role of spectator by “Floydey”who collected $1,283 before Staples’ crashed and burned in third-place for a $1,812 addition to his partypoker bankroll.

Heads-up ended in a chop with “FONBET_RULIT” claiming second-place and $3,181 and “reQuireJunKgent” being crowned the tournament’s champion, an accolade that came with a $3,189 prize after the aforementioned heads-up deal.

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*reflects a heads-up deal

POWERFEST #29-H: $25K Gtd Deep Turbo

Entries: 245
Buy-in: $109
Prize pool: $25,480
ITM players: 32

The $109 POWERFEST #29-H: $25K Gtd Deep Turbo only took four hours and 38 minutes to complete thanks to its turbo blind structure, meaning everyone’s hourly rate was vastly improved, especially that of “NostatsNograts” who won the $5,195 top prize who won approximately $1,150 per hour of the tournament.

Before the final table was reached, Matt “MatthewStaples” Staples and Louise “lou045” Butler finished inside the money places for scores of $264.This sum increased to $586 by the time the final table was reached.

The top six finishers walked away with at least $1,070 with “Lebron2333” collecting the first four-figure prize. They were joined on the sidelines by “WorshipMe_7”, “Hex Veldluis” and “RukitaBukzuski”.

Heads-up saw “Bulbasaur165” and “NostatsNograts” lock horns heads-up and it was the Pokemon character who busted. Bulbasaur165 netted $3,771 for their runner-up finish with the champion receiving $5,195 and plenty of congrats despite not having any HUD stats!

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Day 7 Recap

POWERFEST #33-H: $75K Gtd PKO

Entries: 242
Buy-in: $320
Prize pool: $74,536
Places paid: 32

The $320 buy-in POWERFEST #33-H: $75K Gtd PKO saw 242 players buy in and create a $74,536 prize pool as a result. It was the top 32 finisher who received a slice of the main prize pool with everyone at the final table locking up $920 plus plenty of bounty payments.

“Waldur1983” was the first player to bust from the final table, their $920 prize boosted by $1,106 from the bounty prize pool. They were joined on the rail by “But Mom”, “Blaze” and “Mischipmanaged”, the latter boosting their partypoker bankroll by $2,201 plus $1,323 from the bounty prize pool.

Fourth-place and a combined prize in excess of $5,000 went to “porsche_911” before “Alex-twins” ran out of steam to fall in third-place for more than $6,300. Heads-up saw Kotlomeev17” and “ferienjob” battle one-on-one and it was the former who emerged victoriously, netting $5,927 plus $7,630, leaving the runner-up to bank $5,919 plus an additional $3,705 worth of bounties.

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POWERFEST #32-H: $50K Gtd Deep

Entries: 513
Buy-in: $109
Prize pool: $51,300
Places paid: 72

A field of 513 competed for a slice of $51,300 in the POWERFEST #32-H: $50K Gtd Deep on Day 7.

Team Online’s Kevin “KevinMartin” Martin scraped into the money places. His 66th place finish winning him $230. This prize money increased to $841 by the time “player123.” busted in eighth-place.  He secured a four-figure prize for the remaining seven hopefuls.

“NicoMaserati57” ($1,174), “IIIIIIIIII” ($1,631), “IamNick” ($2,257) and “English.” ($3,206) crashed out in succession to leave only three players in the hunt for the title. Those three became two with the elimination of “Nuts72o” who collected $4,632.

The heads-up duo struck a deal for the remaining prize pool. So, the second-placed “Alejandro” collected $8,152 with the champion, “KingRalf” banking $8,207 for their $109 investments.

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POWERFEST #34-H: $25K Gtd Mix-Max Deep Turbo

Entries: 222
Buy-in: $109
Prize pool: $23,088
Places paid:30

Team Online’s Jaime “jaimestaples” Staples put togther a deep run in the POWERFEST #34-H: $25K Gtd Mix-Max Deep Turbo event. But, he could only manage a 14th place finish for $287.

Each of the six finalists won at least $1,000, the sum given to sixth-place finisher “Plush0”.

“Wayne2989” exited in fifth-place for $1,500 before “Ami 2211” joined them on the sidelines with $2,012 in their back pocket. Third-place and $2,754 went to “Villain” which left “crumbs23456” and “flamant.blanc” heads-up for the title and the lion’s share of the prize pool.

That larger prize went to “lamant.blanc who saw $5,217 deposited into their partypoker account. Leaving crumbs23456 to settle for the $4,532 consolation prize.

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He had come close to winning a POWERFEST X event earlier in the week now Team partypoker’s Renato “renato_nomura” Nomura has got the job done and his hands on a title.

Nomura banked more than $15,000 of the $785,776 awarded on Day 4 of POWERFEST as another 16 champions were crowned. Keep reading to discover who won big and in which tournaments on Day 4 of POWERFEST X.

POWERFEST X: The Story So Far

  • Events completed: 91
  • Events remaining: 184
  • Prize money awarded: $9,455,174

POWERFEST X Day 4 Recap

POWERFEST #20-HR: $75K Gtd Fast PKO

Entries: 150
Buy-in: $530
Prize pool: $76,875
Places paid: 20

Renato Nomura made amends for missing out on POWERFEST glory when he was the last man standing in the POWERFEST #20-HR: $75K Gtd Fast PKO event on July 31st. Nomura was one of 150 entries in the $530 buy-in event, which saw a half of the $76,875 prize pool placed in the main prize pool and the other 50% put on the heads of all 150 entrants.

The bounty payments in this event grew large with three players winning four-figure prizes and one coming close to that. Seventh-place finisher “Coaching” won $918 from the bounty prize pool in addition to their $1,515 prize, while fourth-placed “imlucky10” saw their $3,408 prize boosted by $4,528 worth of bounties.

It was the runner-up “Fun Guy.” who secured the second-largest bounty prize, namely $4,794 on top of their $6,613 prize, but it was our very own Nomura who claimed the lion’s share of the prize pool, taking home $6,620 for his victory plus $9,224 worth of scalps!

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POWERFEST #17-HR: $25K Gtd PLO8 6-Max Deep

Entries: 88
Buy-in: $530
Prize pool: $44,000
Places paid: 12

Patrick “Egption” Tardif came close to winning a POWERFEST title in the $530 buy-in POWERFEST #17-HR: $25K Gtd PLO8 6-Max Deep event. The Team Online star reached the six-handed final table but fell with three players remaining.

“ToabsenAA48”, ironically quite a strong PLO8 hand, finished in sixth-place for $1,870 and was joined on the rail by “SprCpn” whose fifth-place exit saw their bankroll swell by $2,750. Fourth-place went to “Player2341” who collected $3,850.

Team Online’s Tardif ran out of steam in third-place and had to console himself with a $5,280 score. Tardif’s exit left “FcknPeasents” and “Dragon 4” to lock horns heads-up for the title and more than $13,000 in prize money. It was the latter who emerged victorious, scooping the $13,763 first-place prize resigning FcknPeasents to the $8,580 runner-up haul.

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POWERFEST #19-HR: $30K Gtd PLO 6-Max

Entries: 94
Buy-in: $530
Prize pool: $47,000
Places paid: 12

Less than 24-hours after winning more than $150,000 by taking down POWERFEST #13-SHR: $500K Gtd PKO, “PayAndPlay” found themselves in the winner’s circle again, this time in the POWERFEST #19-HR: $30K Gtd PLO 6-Max event.

Victory in this $530 buy-in PLO event was worth $14,701 and capped off a superb opening four days for PayAndPlay. They defeated “BadGirl1955” heads-up t secure the title, with second-place paying $9,165.

Earlier at the final table. “Kuvshinov2019” won $1,997 for finishing in sixth-place with $2,937 going to “Tiltkorven”. “Unknowwhoami” fell in fourth-place for $4,112 before “PapaKoyla”crashed out in third-place for a $5,640 addition to their partypoker account.

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POWERFEST X Day 4 Full Results

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Another $2,826,898 players won on Day 5 of POWERFEST X taking the total prize money to almost $9.5 million after the first 91 events.

Day 6 was a big day at partypoker because there was a trio of massive tournaments taking place, one with a $10,300 buy-in, another costing $5,200, and a third weighing in at $2,100. It was an excellent day for the player known as “ChimneyBarrel” as they navigated their way to two of these huge tournaments’ final tables. Let’s discover which right now.

POWERFEST X Day 5 Recap

POWERFEST #22-SHR: $1M Gtd

Entries: 100
Buy-in: $10,300
Prize pool: $1,000,000
Places paid: 16

Exactly 100 players bought into the POWERFEST #22-SHR: $1M Gtd for $10,300 to ensure the $1 million guaranteed prize pool was hit. This gargantuan prize was shared among the top 16 finishers, with “Kanchenjunga” being the unfortunate soul to burst the money bubble.

Everyone else locked up at least $20,000 for their effort, with Team partypoker’s Roberto “R_Romanello” Romanello banking $25,000 for his 11th place finish.

Each of the eight finalists secured a $32,500 payday, the sum given to “OmarsComing”. Seventh-place and $40,000 went to “Elvallekas” before Player Panel member Patrick “Patrick_Leonard” Leonard fell in sixth place for $50,000.

“TheDrino” busted in fifth place for $65,000 before “PauliBet” saw their tournament end in fourth place for $87,500; they were the last player not to win a six-figure prize.

“ChimeyBarrel” then exited in third place for $125,000 and was followed to the sidelines by “BuddyRW” who lost heads-up against “kristian150”. Second place was worth $175,000 with the champion banking a cool $245,000.

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POWERFEST #23-SHR: $400K Gtd PLO 6-Max

Entries: 78
Buy-in: $5,200
Prize pool: $400,000
Places paid: 12

POWERFEST #23-SHR: $400K Gtd PLO 6-Max cost $5,200 to enter and saw a field of 78 battle it out on six-handed tables for a slice of $400,000.

Team partypoker’s Joni “JJouhki” Jouhkimainen crept into the cash and finished in 11th place for $10,959. The prize money increased to $17,000 by the time the six-handed final table was set, “Grazvis1” being the first casualty under the lights.

“TheRealGrizzly1” fell in fifth for a $25,000 addition to their bankroll before “HosseinEnsan”, bearing the name of the reigning World Series of Poker Main Event champion, busted in fourth for $35,000.

Third place and $48,000 went to “trustnobody_99” which set up a one-on-one clash between ChimneyBarrel and “vodkasoda”. It was the latter who emerged from battle unscathed, securing the $125,122 top prize and leaving ChimneyBarrel to add $78,000 to the $125,000 they won in the $1M Gtd event earlier.

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POWERFEST #24-HR: $250K Gtd PKO

Entries: 129
Buy-in: $2,100
Prize pool: $264,450
Places paid: 20

The $2,100 buy-in we spoke about was a PKO event, the POWERFEST #24-HR: $250K Gtd PKOto be exact, and it crated some sizable bounty payments, especially for those who navigated their way to the eight-handed final table.

Nobody locked up more from the bounty prize pool than the champion “dollar007” whose $22,775 top prize was bolstered by an incredible $44,058 thanks to them also winning the prize that was on their own head.

One other player, “Tigerbluff”, banked five-figures worth of bounties. Tigerbluff has made several deep runs during the opening week of POWERFEST X and finished third in this tournament for $16,554 plus $14,166 worth of scalps, meaning they walked away with a combined prize worth more than second-placed “CocaineKiller” did.

Shout-out to sixth-place finisher “JailWallet” who managed to win $7,021 from the bounty prize pool before busting out.

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Be ready for more great action! Even more and more interesting days are about to come. If you still don’t have the partypoker account register here and join this great action!