partypoker Grand Prix Spring Targets Low Stakes Players Till April 3rd

Last Updated on March 16, 2023 Author:Gabrielle Monet

partypoker Grand Prix: Spring EditionSummary

  • partypoker Grand Prix Spring runs from March 16 To April 03
  • partypoker Grand Prix Spring is ideal for low stakes players
  • A total of 12 events will take place with the highest buy-in at $55

It appears that most of the top online poker festivals that run these days tend to target mid-stakes and high stakes poker players. partypoker is looking to buck that trend with its partypoker Grand Prix Spring as the festival has been designed with low stakes players in mind.

partypoker Grand Prix Spring Starts March 16

The partypoker Grand Prix Spring festival kicks-off on March 16 and will run till April 03. A total of twelve numbered events are set to take place during this period and buy-ins will range from $1.10 and go up to $55. The minimum guaranteed prize pool across these 12 events is $1,000 while the highest guaranteed prize pool is at an impressive $250,000.

There will also be a number of side-events that take place during the festival and some of these events have a range of buy-ins that will allow both low and mid stakes players to participate. partypoker has tried to accommodate a lot of poker players and will run multiple formats such as Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo and Pot-Limit Omaha poker across 6 different events.

All of these Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo and Pot-Limit Omaha poker events have three sets of buy-ins starting at $1.10, going up to $5.50 and capping off at $33. The respective prize pools are guaranteed at $1,000 for low stakes, $5,000 for mid-stakes and up to $20,000 for the $33 buy-in.

Three Main-Events For partypoker Grand Prix Spring

The highlight of the partypoker Grand Prix Spring festival will be the three Main Events! The low-stakes Main Event has a $2.20 buy-in and a guaranteed prize pool of $10,000; the mid-stakes Main Event has a $11 buy-in and a guaranteed prize pool of $50,000 and third Main Event has a $55 buy-in and a guaranteed prize pool of $250,000.

Although the three Main Events have different buy-ins, they will follow the same set of rules. All players will start out with a 100,000 stack, blinds commence from 400/800/100a, they have an eight minute clock and only one re-entry is allowed and must be purchased before the 10th level as that’s when late registration closes. To find out more information, check out the partypoker website.

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