Do you fancy yourself as a mystic? Can you predict seemingly impossible things before they happen? Or are you just plain-old ridiculously lucky? Well, partypoker LIVE are challenging you to put your prediction skills to the test by guessing the number of entries in the EAPT Grand Final, WPT Montreal or WPT DeepStacks Deauville Main Events if you reside in the countries close to where the tournaments are taking place.
Best of all, they’ll fork out $1,000 in PP LIVE Dollars if you get the number of entries correct. That’s a whole grand to use for event buy-ins, travel, hotels, and even visas. Not too shabby! PP LIVE Dollars are flexible and player-friendly, and can be won every single day in satellites on partypoker. There are currently a guaranteed $1 million in PP LIVE Dollars to be won across hundreds of satellites each and every week on partypoker, and that number is only increasing.
To enter, just go to the event pages for the EAPT Grand Final, WPT Montreal or WPT DeepStacks Deauville on My partypoker LIVE, click on the ‘Guess the Entries’ box, and pop in your username, your country of residence, and your best guess for the event. It’s a quick and easy way to potentially win $1,000 in PP LIVE Dollars, which you might just then turn into unfathomable riches at a partypoker LIVE event…
EAPT Grand Final
The EAPT Grand Final will be held over eleven days from Friday October 19th to Monday October 29th, taking place at the splendid Casino Sochi in the beautiful Black Sea coast city of Sochi. The EAPT Grand Final Main Event will be part of a pulsating array of events on the schedule in Russia, which will include a High Roller, the Russian Poker Championship, and tournaments in games as varied as Chinese Pineapple, Win the Button, Pot Limit Omaha and a whole host of turbo, bounty and deep stack formats.
There will be 18 events on the schedule in total, with a mammoth ₽100,000,000 in guaranteed prize money. Casino Sochi is very used to putting on world-class tournament poker, having hosted the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Russia in the summer. Only players residing in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine can take part in this ‘Guess the Entries’ promotion. You’ve only got a few days to get your guess in, so get going!
WPT Montreal will make World Poker Tour history as the first time that the WPT Main Tour, WPT500 and WPTDeepStacks come together under one roof. The event will give players of all levels and bankrolls the opportunity to play top-level tournament poker. There will be seven sparkling events in total at WPT Montreal, with buy-ins ranging from C$220 to C$10,300. With over C$8.1 million guaranteed across the festival, it seems certain to be a magnificent fortnight of poker.
While the C$5 million guaranteed Main Event is the highlight of the festival, the other events also promise much. From November 2nd to November 4th, a three-day C$10,300 High Roller complete with C$1 million guarantee is sure to thrill, as will the WPTDeepStacks event. Only players residing in Canada can take part in this ‘Guess the Entries’ promotion. There’s only a few days left to make a guess, so get on with it if you fancy an easy $1,000.
WPT DeepStacks Deauville
WPT DeepStacks Deauville is the next event in the brand new partypoker LIVE-WPT partnership, as the two giants of the poker industry team up to put on a stunning series of events. The action in Deauville kicks off on December 3rd, with the Main Event running until December 9th.
The DeepStacks series is poker’s premier mid-major tournament circuit, giving players the chance to play deep-stacked tournament poker for affordable stakes, and has always proved popular amongst the poker community. Only players residing in France, Germany, Belgium, Spain and Portugal can take part in this ‘Guess the Entries’ promotion.
Get your guess for the tournament in your neck of the woods now, and you could be walking away with $1,000 in PP LIVE Dollars. You’ve got nothing to lose and a whole lot to gain!
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