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Grand Prix returns to PartyPoker

Grand Prix

It has become known that the Grand Prix returns to PartyPoker, and it will be held in five different regions. Organize your schedules so that you can play May 3 through 10, since all five Grand Prix will take place on these days.

Each of them has 19 days 1s, and you have a choice: play one flight or all, but on the final day, your biggest stack will be only taken into account.

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Day 1s participants join online tables with a stack of 50 000 chips and play levels of 12 minutes each. In the final flights, the game will take place at 6-max tables in turbo format and with levels of six and three minutes.

All Grand Prix are attached to certain regions, and you have a chance to become a champion of your region:

Grand PrixBuy-inGuaranteeParticipants
Grand Prix UK£55£150 000UK players only
Grand Prix Russia₽5 500₽10 000 000Russian players only
Grand Prix CanadaCAD$55CAD$100 000Canadian players only
Grand Prix Germany€55€50 000German players only
Grand Prix Brazil$55$50 000Brazil players only

The winners of each Grand Prix, as well as the Grand Prix 4 Dealers Online champion (the event runs from April 26 to May 3), are guaranteed an additional prize. These six champions can play in the free Sit & Go tournament, where the following prizes will be awarded:

  • 3 seats to the WPT500
  • 1 seat to the WPTDeepStacks for $1 600
  • 1 seat to the WPT Main Event for $3 200
  • 1 package WPT Passport for $5 500

Grand Prix 4 Dealers Online

The Grand Prix 4 Dealers tournament is available for each player of the poker room to register. From April 26 to May 3, there will be 24 flights for $55. You have the opportunity to fight for a large guarantee of $250 000 with a relatively low buy-in.

$5 from each buy-in will be transferred to a special fund to support PartyPoker Live freelance staff. Rob Yong, in turn, promised to add 100 000 pounds. You can also donate money through the JustGiving page.

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