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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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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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partypoker’s POWERFEST X is one of the greatest MTT series ever. With it’s $28M in guarantees the series brings a lot of great action and excitements. YourPokerCash will publish the recaps of each day of the event so you can follow this great poker festival!

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POWERFEST X Day 1 saw 25 champions crowned and a cool $3.519.504 paid out across those 25 action-packed events. Four members of Team partypoker navigated their way to final tables, and while none of them triumphed, they all walked away with big scores.

POWERFEST X: The Story So Far

  • Events completed: 56
  • Events remaining: 219
  • Prize money awarded: $5,842,500

POWERFEST X Day 1 Recap

POWERFEST #03-SHR: $500K Gtd

Entries: 126
Buy-in: $5,200
Prize pool: $630,000
Places ITM: 16

Brazilian sensation Renato “renato_nomura” Nomura was the first of our heroes to reach a final table, doing so in the POWERFEST #03-SHR: $500K Gtd. It was a tournament commanding a $5,200 buy-in and 126-players stumped up the cash to create a $630,000 prize pool that was shared among the top 16 finishers.

Nomura eventually fell in seventh-place to turn his $5,200 investment into a $25,200 haul. “Player2341” was the first casualty of the eight-handed final table.

After Nomura bust, “SunTzu”, “PunchlineEnBata”, “Van_Vian_Van” and “tdlvechickenbn” crashed out for score ranging between $31,500 and $78,750.

Heads-up saw “aaabbb” and “PauliBet” clash and no deal was struck despite a $44,100 difference between first and second place. The winner was PauliBet who scooped the $154,350 top prize, leaving aaabbb to collect $110,250.

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POWERFEST #04-HR: $400K Gtd PKO

Entries: 203
Buy-in: $2,100
Prize pool: $416,150
Places paid: 32

The $2,100 buy-in POWERFEST #04-HR: $400K Gtd PKO looked set to be taken down by the one and only Roberto “R_Romanello” Romanello, but the Welsh star ran out of steam midway through the final table.

“Brachiosuarus” busted in eighth-place for more than $14,000 (including bounties) and was joined on the rail by “I-Am-Benjami” and “Kroat..” Fifth-place and a haul of more than $20,000 went to “CarpePiscis” before Romanello’s impressive run came to an end in fourth-place, which banked him $17,237 from the main prize pool and $3,281 in bounty payments. Good game, sir.

Our champion in this high roller was “DasIstMirWurst” whose victory saw their partypoker account bolstered with $32,728 for winning the tournament and $50,170 from the bounty prize pool. Congratulations also to “vaueffell” wh was the runner-up for a $32,687 prize boosted by $24,609 worth of bounties.

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POWERFEST #06-HR: $250K Gtd Fast PKO

Entries: 230
Buy-in: $1,050
Prize pool: $234,600
Places paid: 32

Jeff “JeffGross” Gross was the third Team partypoker player to reach a POWERFEST X Day 1 final table. Gross entered the POWERFEST #06-HR: $250K Gtd Fast PKO for $1,050 along with 229 other players to create a $234,600 prize pool.

Gross’ impressive run ended in a fifth-place finish worth $7,807 plus $4,428. Only two other players won more from the bounty prize pool than Gross, showing an aggressive approach can yield great results in PKO events.

Those two bounty-hungry players were fourth-placed “lil4funn” who collected $8,194 from the bounty prize pool in addition to their $11,072 score, and our champion “eGGplant” whose $21,023 top prize saw $26,654 from the bounty prize pool added to it.

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A special mention also to the one and only Jaime “jaimestaples” Staples who finished in seventh place in the POWERFEST #07-HR: $50K Gtd 6-Max Hyper PKO Battle for a $1,203 prize plus an additional $1,566 worth of bounty payments. Don’t forget to check out Staples’ special POWERFESt show every day on his Twitch channel.

 

POWERFEST X Day 1 Full Results

Before we jump to the 2nd-day action, check out the full results of day 1. We can freely say that this was an outstanding opening. A lot of great events, huge prizes and really great action at the tables.

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POWERFEST X Day 2 Recap

POWERFEST #09-HR: $150K Gtd PKO

Entries: 137
Buy-in: $1,050
Prize pool: $150,000
Places paid: 20

RentCollection’s first victory came in the $1,050 POWERFEST #09-HR: $150K Gtd PKO that saw 137 players compete for a slice of $150,000. The top 20 places were paid and each of the eight players who reached the final table guaranteed themselves at least $2,526 plus how every many scalps they claimed along the way.

“Afroluxbon” busted in eighth-place and won $2,526 plus $3,315 and they were joined on the sidelines by “GaloDeCalca” and “imakeusweat”, the latter securing a combined prize worth $6,990.

Fifth-place went to one of our own. Patrick “Patrick_Leonard” Leonard won $9,440 when bounties were taken into consideration.

“CalmDownMan”, who won the opening POWERFEST X event on Day 1, finished in fourth-place for $8,979 with “kapros21” being the penultimate casualty, their third-place exit adding $15,859 to their partypoker account.

RentCollection went toe-to-toe with “Van_Vian_Van” who had won $55,125 on Day 1 with a fourth-place finish in the $500,000 Gtd Super High Roller. Van_Vian_Van couldn’t quite get the job done and had to make do with a $19,690 prize, leaving RentCollection to collect a combined prize worth $31,731.

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POWERFEST #09-M: $75K Gtd PKO

Entries: 1,697
Buy-in: $55
Prize pool: $89,092
Places paid: 216

A huge field of 1,697 entires participated in the POWERFEST #09-M: $75K Gtd PKO and ensured the $75,000 guarantee was blown out of the water. $89,092 was up for grabd and it was RentCollection who got their hands on the lion’s share of the prize pool.

After winning the $1,050 buy-in edition of this event, RentCollection went on to waltz away with their second title of the evening. First-place in this $55 buy-in event was worth $5,622 with the champion also securing $3,931 from the bounty prize pool.

The champion defeated “Snusklubba” heads-up for their second victory of the day, resigning the runner-up to a $5,613 consolation prize that was padded with $1,900 worth of bounties; only RentCollection collected more scalps.

Earlier at the final table, “Sandor Clegane” crashed out in eighth-place ($1,133), “elmal”busted in seventh-place ($1,219) and sixth-place went to “Sega Mega drive” ($1,511).

“Stylegames66” ($2,448) and “ShiraFTW” ($3,782) followed them to the sidelines, because the elimination of “Cactussen” in third-place ($4,309) sent the tournament into the heads-up stage and we know how that panned out.

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POWERFEST #11-HR: $30K Gtd PLO 6-Max Fast PKO

Entries: 62
Buy-in: $530
Prize pool: $31,775
Places ITM: 9

One of our Brazilian members of Team partypoker, Renato “renato_nomura” Nomura, came agonisingly close to banking a POWERFEST title of the series, falling at the final hurdle in the $530 buy-in POWERFEST #11-HR: $30K Gtd PLO 6-Max Fast PKO.

Nomura reached the final table of the POWERFEST #03-SHR: $500K Gtd on Day 1 for $25,200 and added another $6,789 by finishing second in this Pot-Limit Omaha event.

It was “PottiPete95” who sent Nomura to the rail, locking up the $4,036 top prize as a result. The winner also scooped $4,216 from the bounty prize pool, which included their own bounty, for an impressive return on their investment.

Everyone else won more than $1,500 for reaching the six-handed final table. Shout-outs to “BRAER_71RUS” ($1,594), “KanielOutis” ($2,018), “Sweeet Jooonny” ($3,074) and “layla”($2,857) who were the other four finalists.

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POWERFEST X Day 2 Full Results

Before we jump to the 3rd-day action, check out the full results of day 2.

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*includes bounty payments

For day 2 we can also say it was a very successful one. Again there as a lot of great events, nice prizes and interesting action at the tables. So far, it seems like this is going to be a series to remember. Find out how it was in day 3 in the text below.

 

Team partypoker’s Patrick “Patrick_Leonard” Leonard continued his impressive run of form by becoming a POWERFEST champion on Day 3.

Leonard cashed 10 times in Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker, banking more than $200,000 in the process. Now he has continued to impress in the online world by taking down a High Roller PKO event for more than $24,000.

Some $1,533,014 was awarded on POWERFEST X Day 3 as 16 champions were crowned. Here’s the best of the action.

POWERFEST X Day 3 Recap

POWERFEST #14-H: $150K Gtd Big Antes PKO

Entries: 488
Buy-in: $320
Prize pool: $150,304
Places paid: 64

A field of 488 competed in the POWERFEST #14-H: $150K Gtd Big Antes PKO and created a $150,304 prize pool that was shared half with the top 64 finishers and half as bounty payments.

Patrick “Patrick_Leonard” Leonard was the eventual champion, a fantastic result that was worth $10,812 for finishing in first place. Leonard also secured $14,104 worth of bounties on his way to victory.

Leonard defeated “TJQKAKQJT” heads-up to lock up the title. The runner-up still did well for their $320 buy-in as they took home a combined prize worth $12,248.

Third-place finisher “SovseFlemming” was the only other player to walk away with a five-figure prize. Their $7,407 main prize pool haul was boosted by a mightly impressive $4,528 from the bounty prize pool; only Leonard won more bounties.

Congratulations to everyone who cashed, especially Leonard who has set himself up nicely for a massive series.

POWERFEST X 9

POWERFEST #13-SHR: $500K Gtd PKO

Entries: 97
Buy-in: $5,200
Prize pool: $500,000
Places paid: 16

Leonard’s teammate Roberto “R_Romanello” Romanello also joined him in the winner’s circle after he reached the final table of the POWERFEST #13-SHR: $500K Gtd PKO event, a tournament commanding a $5,200 buy-in.

Nobody at the final table walked away with less than $11,000 after we took bounties in the consideration.

“CaseyWells” was joined on the sidelines by “tdlvechicknbn” and then by “Tigerbluff” who won a $150,000 Gtd PKO event on Day 2 of POWERFEST. “Bartolito” fell in fifth place before Romanello ran out of steam and busted in fourth.

Romanello banked $23,314 for his deep run, plus an additional bounty payment of $11,050 for a total prize worth $34,364.

Third place went to “M0ng0lit0”, which set up a heads-up battle between “CygnusCross” and “PayAndPlay”. It was the latter who emerged victorious, winning their second POWERFEST event in as many days, this one worth a colossal $46,653 plus a huge $113,100 from the bounty prize pool.

POWERFEST X 10

POWERFEST #12-L: $20K Gtd Deep

Entries: 2,316
Buy-in: $11
Prize pool: $23,160
Places paid: 312

POWERFEST isn’t only about big buy-in events because the lower buy-in tournaments are also creating some substantial prizes. Take the POWERFEST #12-L: $20K Gtd Deep for example, an $11 buy-in that saw 2,316 players compete and create a $23,160 prize pool shared among the top 312 finishers.

That $11 investment swelled to at least $242 for the players who navigated their way to the eight-handed final table and to a four-figure prize by the time only four players remained.

“Labarumm” was the first of the grinders to win more than a thousand dollars, taking home $1,151 for their fourth-place exit. “ChangeDeNom” has plenty of loose change now they banked $1,730 for their third-place exit, while the runner-up “kroul1ke1337” saw their $11 turn into $2,686.

The player of the hour was “Upstate IPA” who emerged victoriously and saw their partypoker bankroll padded with a cool $3,800. You don’t have to spend big to win big at partypoker.

POWERFEST X 11

 

POWERFEST X Day 3 Full Results

POWERFEST X 12

 

Great action so far for sure! Stay tuned for more action in the following days!

 

 

 

Are you a cash game player who loves fast action? Do you like taking part in some great promotions? If your answer to both of these questions is YES, then you should check out the latest 888poker’s promotion – Grand Hand SNAP special edition! Besides the prizes you will try to win, this kind of promotions attract a lot of recreational players. This makes the action much juicier. So do not hesitate anymore – jump into the action! Find all the details in the text below.

Grand Hand Snap

From today and every day until August 13th you will be able to fight for some great prizes. With 888poker latest promotion – Grand Hand Snap- you can win up to $1000. And, what is the best part – you can do it every day in the promotional period!

How to take part?

PLAY – you need to play 888poker SNAP tables. Min stakes are 2¢/5¢.
WIN – you need to win with the hand of the day. Check your email to see how many wins are needed and in the text below you will find which day requires a win with which hand.
SCRATCH  – after winning you will have to scratch your Grand Hand Snap Scratchcard and win up to $1000

888poker prepared various prizes – bonuses, cash and exclusive tickets to their daily $2,000 Grand Hand Freeroll. The freeroll runs every day at 19:30 GMT until 13.08.2019.

Grand hand of the day:

Grand Hand Snap 1

If you still don’t’ have the 888poker account it is the right time to create it! If you register with you will get the First Deposit Bonus plus many other benefits. Check out here for more info.

Qualify for PokerStars Live events

You can win seats and full player packages to a variety of PokerStars Live events by playing online at PokerStars! Chose your favorite series and destinations and join the great action! From tournaments local to you to big-money events in glamorous locations around the world, PokerStars qualifiers and satellites can send you on a priceless poker adventure for a fraction of the normal cost. Find more details in the text below.

POKERSTARS LIVE

 

All you have to do is to choose your event and win your seat.  Open the PokerStars software. Then, head to the ‘Events’ and ‘Live’ tabs in the game lobby to see what PokerStars Live tournaments are available. Take your shot at full player packages. That means that you are playing for free accommodation and tournament seats. Also, there is an option to play for seat-only prizes to exciting events.

PokerStars Live Global Tours

Check out which are the most interesting poker series you can win a seat for.

EPT – The most iconic live poker tour in history. You can play EPT series in Monte Carlo, Madrid, Barcelona, Sochi or Prague! Chose your favorite city and try to win a package!

APPT – Join players from across Asia for the region’s biggest live tournaments. You can play APPT series in Korea, Jeju or Manila. The last one is very attractive and popular among the poker players. The PokerStars LIVE Manila poker room at the Okada Manila is home to must-play tournaments and daily cash games. Make your way to the heart of Manila for an unforgettable poker experience.

Brazilian Series of Poker – Brazil’s biggest poker tour – now in its 10th season. Buy into each Main Event for R$2,600.

Spanish Series of Poker – The longest-running poker tour in Spain with a €500 Main Event buy-in.

Italian Poker Open – Play in great destinations like San Marino and more on Italy’s hottest poker tour.

 

Another very popular destination is London where you can play in one of the greatest poker rooms – Hippodrome Casino.

 

So many reasons to join PokerStars if you don’t have the account. Do it with us and we will give you the 1st deposit bonus up to $600.

GG Poker Network introduced an interesting innovation in the world of online Multi Table tournaments! If you register before the start of the tournament, you will have Bubble protection! Find more details in the text below!

Bubble protection

  • No more vacant stares into your monitor because you were once place short of claiming a prize.
  • Now your buy-in will be protected, cost-free, no strings attached, when you fall just short of the money.
  • All you need to do is Show up Early!

How to qualify for the protection of your buy-in and play without fear when you are so close to the ITM?

  • Look for the ‘Bubble Protection’ badge within the tournament lobby
  • Register before the start of the tournament
  • Get your buy-in back if you bubble (finish just outside payouts)

 

Tournaments with Bubble Protection:

  • Daily Guarantees
  • Bounty Hunters
  • Omaholic
  • Phoenix Rebuy
  • MBP

The number of bubble players will correspond to the number of entrants.

Bubble protection

 

Don’t be lazy! Join the tournament on time and use this great edge!

 

Register with us to one of the best skins of GG Poker network – Natural8. We have prepared a lot of benefits for you!

 

Looking for a place to play? Check out our Poker Deals page and choose what you like the most!

 

From today, real name cash games are available on partypoker! Check out how it looks and meet your opponents! Check out in the text below what else is new at partypoker!

Real name cash games

partypoker has today released a new software update that will allow players to use their real names on cash game tables instead of their screen names. Offering real name cash games reduces player concerns around anonymity and the chance to build more of a community feel around the tables.

A second key feature of the software release is the new tournament lobby for Mac users. This closes the gap against the current software available for Windows users and now offers:

1.  Dashboard overview; personalized lobby display showing players chip stack and position whilst tournament is in play

2.  Digital tournament clock providing a visual improvement for players

3.  Improved player list to include rank, player name (screenname). As the tournament progress, Bounty on a players head and Chips/Prizes will be displayed

4.  Quick access sub-navigation tabs to provide quick access to vital tournament sections

5.  Updated title bar display including the total buy-in and the tournament ID

6.  New colors for tournament statuses to enhance the visuals for the player

7.  Position & stack; a new data point that will display the position and stack of the player at the end of each hand

Other features of the release on partypoker today include:

1.  Players using Windows and Mac will now have the ability to play six fast forward tables at a time instead of the previous four

2.  $0.01/$0.02 has now been added to the Fast Forward lobby for the lower stakes, recreational players

3.  A new POWERFEST table theme has been added to give players more variety with an improved final table theme

 

If you still don’t have the account at partypoker, create it with us and grab up to $30 in FREE SPINS tickets!

partypoker has released the POWERFEST schedule – the upcoming online festival! Find the dates for your favorite tournaments and joint this $28M series!

powerfest schedule

 

The 10th edition of the partypoker’s flagship tournament series will run from July 28 to August 11. It will bring ver $28M in guaranteed prize money spread across 275 separate tournaments.

The POWERFEST schedule features an array of game types and structures in a range of buy-ins to suit all bankrolls.  There will be new and returning formats such as ‘Battle PKOs’, ‘6-4 Mix-Max’, ‘PLO’, ‘PLO8’ and ‘Big Antes’, while ‘Phased events’ and ‘POWERFEST $320s’ also make a return for the 10th edition.

Omaha players are well catered for, with over $1.9M in guaranteed prize money to be won. This popular 4-card game will also have it’s own championship events!

A total of eight Championship Events will bring the festival to a close on August 11, while players can enjoy a taste of the action for a fraction of the price through special edition SPINS games, starting July 14.

The following table displays the Championship Events scheduled for August 11, with commemorative silverware awaiting all eight winners:

powerfest schedule 1

To celebrate the landmark 10th edition, a $10k Freeroll will award a mixture of series seats.  Also, the “POWERFEST Satellite Week”  starts on July 21st and they make this schedule even more attractive.  There will be daily freerolls each giving away $1,000 worth of satellite tickets in the run-up to the campaign. 

Team partypoker’s Patrick Leonard said: “I am really excited that POWERFEST is coming back around again. The series is always a standout highlight on the online poker calendar and one I make space in my diary for.

“The 10th edition promises to be extra special too, with a host of promotions lined up to give players the chance to join the action for less, including a $10k freeroll!”

Powerfest key information:

  • Dates: Sunday, 28th July – Sunday, 11th August (full schedule is available on the site now)
  • GTD: $28M
  • Buy-in range: $5.50 – $25,500
  • Variants: NLH / PLO
  • Championship Events: 8
  • Exclusive promotion: POWERFEST SPINS
  • Also: POWERFEST $320s & phased and Championship events

If you still don’t have the account at partypoker, create it with us and grab up to $30 in FREE SPINS tickets!

Looks like this summer will be full of the great MTT action. Maybe one of the most popular series is here.  From July 21st until August 18th you can enjoy in Online Super Series Cub3d. The series is back to the WPN! Find more details in the text below!

Online Super Series Cub3d

Online Super Series Cub3d returns to WPN for the 7th time! This time, it brings an incredible $13 Million in total guarantees! The OSS Cub3d features four weeks of incredible online poker tournaments for every type of player.

Highlights of the Super Series Cub3d

There will be over $13 Million GTD across 160 Events and there will be the buy-ins for everyone’s bankroll! The featured event is Day 1C of the popular $5 Million Venom tournament! But, that is not all! There will also be two $1 Million Guaranteed Main Events! All the events will be split into 3 consecutive tournament series (MOSS, OSS, BOSS). And of course, for all major events, there will be satellites running daily, so you can try to win huge without risking too much!

Mini Online Super Series (July 21st to 28th)

First up is the MOSS, which gives small stakes players the chance to win big without breaking the bank. It features 48 events with more than $990k in guaranteed prize pools and an $88 buy-in $300k GTD Main Event.

Online Super Series (July 29th to August 11th)

The OSS is the flagship tournament series, which offers something for everyone. You’ll find 96 events with over $4 Million in total guarantees. The Main Event is our $1,000,000 GTD ($540 buy-in) on Sunday, August 11th.

Bigger Online Super Series (August 12thto 18th)

The BOSS was made for high rollers with just 25 events, guaranteeing over $3 Million in prize pools. Don’t miss the $1,000,000 GTD Main Event ($2,100 buy-in) on Sunday, August 18th!

The $5 Million Venom is the WPN’s biggest tourney ever with a guaranteed $5,000,000 prize pool, including a $1,000,000 first-place prize.

 

We offer you 2 great choices for joining the WPN network! Those are Americas Cardroom and BlackChip poker! If you register with us to these poker rooms, there are a lot of promotions waiting for you!