You Don't Need a Huge Bankroll to Become partypoker's Legend of the Week
With five different leaderboards, you will be spoilt for choice. But PokerNews is here to tell you that you can get involved for only a couple of dollars!
Take Part for Just $2.20
Taking part in the Legend of the Week leaderboards doesn't have to break the bank with the lowest buy-in tournaments starting at just $2.20!
The Deuce and The Double Jab run every evening with a combined guarantee of $5,000. Not bad for the micros!
Top the $2.20 buy-in Leaderboard, and you'll walk away with over $450 in prizes - a boost to your bankroll for sure!
|Place||Prize in tournament tickets|
|1||1x The One Shot ($111), 2x $150 Daily Legends, 1x Gladiator ($55)|
|2||1x The 88 ($88), 1x $150 Daily Legends, 1x Gladiator ($55)|
|3-5||1x The 88 ($88), 1x Predator ($22), 1x Gladiator ($55)|
|6-10||1x The 88 ($88), 1x Predator ($22)|
|11-20||2x Predator ($22)|
|21-35||1x Predator ($22)|
|36-50||1x The Ocean’s ($11)|
|51-100||1x The Five Diamond ($5.50)|
Help Yourself to $30 Worth of MTT and SPINS Tickets
You’re going to need a partypoker account if you want to help yourself to some of the $60,000 worth of added value in the Legend of the Week promotion.
Head there right now if you already have an account, or download partypoker via PokerNews if you don’t have an account.
Depositing $10 rewards you with $10 worth of tournament and SPINS tickets over the course of a week. Increase that deposit to $20 and $30 worth of tickets are all yours.
Deposit $10 to receive $10 in tickets over the course of a week:
- Day 1: 2x $1 SPINS tickets + 1x $3.30 MTT ticket
- Day 2: 4x $0.25 SPINS tickets
- Day 4: 1x $3.30 MTT ticket
- Day 6: 4x $0.25 SPINS tickets
Deposit $20 and receive $30 worth of tickets over the course of a week:
- Day 1: 1x $5 SPINS ticket + 1x $3.30 MTT ticket
- Day 2: 2x $1 SPINS ticket + 1x $5.50 MTT ticket
- Day 4: 1x $5.50 MTT ticket
- Day 6: 2x $3 SPINS tickets + 1x$3.30 MTT ticket
Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He started working for PokerNews as a freelance live reporter in 2015 and joined the full-time staff in 2019. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German. He also holds an NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism.