The Weekends Are Made For Playing at PartyPoker

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The Big Saturday
The $150,000 Guaranteed Sunday Party
The $50,000 Guaranteed Sunday Carnival
The $1,050 Buy-in Grand

Our new tournament schedule is out in the wild, with thousands of you having already enjoyed the revamped Daily Legends and more. This upcoming weekend sees three incredible tournaments make their debuts alongside our biggest buy-in weekly event, and we cannot wait to see which PartyPoker players takes them down.

The Big Saturday

You only have to wait until 18:05 GMT on Saturday to play in the inaugural The Big Saturday tournament. Costing $215 and guaranteeing $30,000 will be won, The Big Saturday is the perfect way to see in the weekend.

Buy in direct for $215, and you receive one million chips. Don’t worry if you dust off your stack early because you can re-enter up to twice before the end of the 12th 12-minute level. However, play your way into The Big Saturday via the lower-cost phases, and you could start your quest to become the tournament’s champion with more than one million chips.

At the time of writing, there are five players with more than the starting stack, including “Davishieu,” who has an incredible 2,129,312 chips at their disposal. The difference in starting chips is because they have played in a $22 The Big Saturday Phase 3, where you progress with your stack if you make it through. Davishieu played such a phase in the early hours February 1, and came out on top of a 31-strong field. They now have an even better chance of not only cashing in The Big Saturday, but becoming the tournament’s first-ever champion.

The Big Saturday phases are available with $1.10, $5.50, and $22 buy-ins, with $0.01 centrolls feeding into the lowest tier.

The $150,000 Guaranteed Sunday Party

February 5 at 19:05 GMT is when you get your first look at the new Sunday Party, a $109 buy-in PKO event with $150,000 guaranteed, making it the largest guaranteed tournament on the schedule.

Win your way into the Sunday Party or satellite in, and you sit down with 100,000 chips, and play to an awesome blind structure that starts at 500/1,000/100a. Blinds increase every 12 minutes until Level 20, at which point they extend to 15 minutes. Late registration slams shut at the end of Level 12, and three re-entries are permitted while buy-ins are being accepted.

The epic Sunday Party is a two-day affair, with Day 1 concluding when only 16 players remain. Those 16 PartyPoker ballas return to the tables from 20:05 GMT on February 6 and fight it out for the title of champion; it will be party time for whoever comes out on top.

Like The Big Saturday, the Sunday Party has plenty of ways to win your $109 seat from as little as $0.01. The centrolls, sub-feeder, and feeder satellites eventually filter into the $16.50 Sunday Party Sat where the $109 tickets are dished out. These $16.50 satellites run three times per day, and more on Sundays.

The $50,000 Guaranteed Sunday Carnival

Sunday Carnival

We treat high-stakes and lower-stakes players with the same amount of respect here at PartyPoker, and don’t see why someone playing for a smaller buy-in should not experience what its like playing poker to an excellent blind structure. This is why the $22 buy-in $50,000 guaranteed Sunday Carnival copies the structure of the $109 Sunday Party. The only difference is the first 20 levels have 10-minute blinds, which extend to 12 minutes thereafter.

The Sunday Carnival kicks off at 19:05 GMT on February 5, and play continues until only 16 players have chips in front of them. Make it this far, and you’ll return to action from 20:05 GMT on February 6 to conclude the $50,000 guaranteed event.

Satellites costing only $3.30 are running right now, with $0.55 feeders also available.

The $1,050 Buy-in Grand

The $1,050 Grand needs no introduction if you regularly tune into the PartyPoker Blog because it has been around for a while and generates some chunky prizes. Last week’s Grand ended in a heads-up chop between Roman Hrabec and Casimir Seire, who walked away with $16,408 and $15,995, respectively, not bad for seven hours’ “work.”

You can buy into the Grand for $1,050 or play your way in via $0.01 centrolls, $0.55 feeders, $5.50 Phase 1s, $22 Phase 2s, and the $109 Phase 3s.

These Events Count For the Daily Legends Leaderboards

Daily Legends Leaderboards

Don’t forget that the four tournaments you have just learned more about earn you points for the Daily Legends Leaderboards should you finish in the money places. What a double-whammy it would be to take down the Sunday Party and the points earned being enough to see you top the High Leaderboard and bank $1,694 in tournament tickets!

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