High Roller Club series started at PartyPoker

High Roller Club

Last week, Super High Roller Bowl Online 2020 series at PartyPoker finished. 29 expensive events with big buy-ins and high guarantees were held as part of this series.

PartyPoker team prepared another big series of expensive tournaments called High Roller Club. From 7 June until 16 July, PartyPoker will hold 96 events with guarantees starting from $30 000, and tournaments with $1 000 000 guarantees.

Buy-ins in these events will vary from $1 050 to $25 500. The series can boast of a variety of formats and event structures. High Roller Club series will hold the events in a progressive knockout format, Mix-Max tournaments, as well as classic No-Limit Hold'em events. Event formats and their structures will be combined.

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As for Main Event, there will be 17 of them in High Roller Club. All of them will differ in buy-ins and guarantees. The cheapest Main Event will cost $5 200 with $250 000 guarantee, and the most expensive Main Event will reach the mark of $25 500 with $1 000 000 guarantee.

If you register in Main Event before its start, you will be returned the rake that you paid during your first entering the tournament.

All events will consist of one day, and one re-entry will be possible in almost every of them. Big Game events are the only tournaments in which two re-entries will be possible.

In addition to the expensive tournaments with big guarantees, a special leaderboard with a total prize pool of $100 000 starts for all the players of High Roller Club series. High Roller Club leaderboard will be available during the entire period of series. The prize pool of leaderboard will be shared among the top 20 players of series. The owner of the first place will get $30 000, and the minimal prize money of $1 000 will be given to the player who will finish in last place.

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