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POWERFEST: everyone has a shot at poker glory.

POWERFEST is back, with dozens of events across nearly three weeks of fiercely competitive poker.

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Tournaments for all bankrolls…

Events are split into levels ranging from Low up to Super High Roller. Buy-ins start at just $1.10!

The 3-Day Main Event has $1M GTD and takes places from Saturday, 24th – Tuesday, 27th April. Buy in for $1050 or qualify for less via special satellites.

A variety of formats are on offer throughout the series, including 6-Max, PKO, and Mix-Max.

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Look out for our exclusive three-handed POWERFEST SPINS games! The multiplier could supercharge your prize pool, giving you the chance to win tickets to huge POWERFEST tournaments in minutes.

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Satellites are running from just $0.11.

POWERFEST key details:

Buy-in range: $1.10 – $25,500

Game variants: NLH / PLO

Formats: 8-Max, 6-Max, 8-6 Mix-Max, Mix-Max, Rebuy, Freezeout, PKO, PKO Battle

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Terms and Conditions

Tickets won in Powerfest satellites may be used in Powerfest events from Friday, 9th –Tuesday, 27th only and will expire at the end of the series. Players should only attempt to win tickets they are able to use and must use them where possible. Tickets remaining at the end of the series will be only be converted to T$ or exchanged where all possible opportunities to enter and re-enter have been taken. All other unused tickets will expire and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given. Any scenario not covered by the following terms will be settled according to this principle at the discretion of management.

Generic Powerfest Satellites

  • Tickets from these games are accepted by all Powerfest events at the same buy-in.
  • Multiple tickets can be won but must be used where entry or re-entry is possible.
  • Players should only win tickets they are able to use.
  • If a player holds a number of tickets equal to or below the permitted entries to the final event of that buy in and does not use them all due to elimination after late registration is closed, extra tickets will be converted to T$.
  • If a player holds a number of tickets greater than the permitted entries to the final event of that buy in due to winning them in concurrent satellites and does not use them all due to elimination after late registration is closed and/or maximum possible entries being reached, extra tickets will be converted to T$.
  • “Concurrent satellites” refers to satellites running at the same time. Players who do not already hold an equal or greater number of tickets than the permitted entries to the final event may play concurrent satellites and if they win more than one, all tickets will be eligible for conversion where entry or re-entry was not possible.
  • All other unused tickets will expire, and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given.

Examples:

Player A holds two $109 Powerfest Tickets going into the final $109 event of the series which allows one re-entry. They use one to enter and are eliminated after late registration has closed. They will have their remaining ticket converted to T$.

Player B holds two $109 Powerfest Tickets going into the final $109 event of the series which allows one re-entry. They use one to enter and are eliminated during the late registration period but choose not to re-enter. Their remaining ticket will expire and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given.

Player C holds three $109 Powerfest Tickets won in non-concurrent satellites going into the final $109 event of the series which allows one re-entry. They use one to enter and are eliminated after late registration has closed. They will have one of their remaining tickets converted to T$, the other will expire and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given.

Player D holds three $109 Powerfest Tickets won in non-concurrent satellites going into the final $109 event of the series which allows one re-entry. They use one to enter and eliminated during the late registration period but choose not to re-enter. Their two remaining tickets will expire and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given.

Player E holds one $109 Powerfest Tickets going into the final $109 event of the series which allows one re-entry. They play two satellites running at the same time and win both. Both tickets will be eligible for conversion if re-entry is not possible.

Player F holds two $109 Powerfest Tickets going into the final $109 event of the series which allows one re-entry. They should not enter any further satellites. Any additional tickets won will expire, and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given.

Event-specific Powerfest satellites

  • Tickets from these games are only valid for the specific event and/or flight named where applicable.
  • Multiple tickets can be won up to the maximum number of entries and re-entries available to the target event or flight and must be used for entry or re-entry where possible.
  • Players should only win tickets they are able to use.
  • If a player holds a number of tickets equal to or below the permitted entries to the target event or flight and does not use them all due to elimination after late registration is closed, extra tickets will be converted to T$ or exchanged for a future flight.
  • If a player holds a number of tickets greater than the permitted entries to the target event or flight due to winning them in concurrent satellites and does not use them all due to elimination after late registration is closed and/or maximum possible entries being reached, extra tickets will be converted to T$ or exchanged for a future flight.
  • “Concurrent satellites” refers to satellites running at the same time. Players who do not already hold an equal or greater number of tickets than the permitted entries to the target event or flight may play concurrent satellites and if they win more than one, all tickets will be eligible for conversion or exchange where entry or re-entry was not possible.
  • In multi flight events, players who are eliminated after late registration is closed but do not advance to the next Day or Phase will have their eligible tickets exchanged for tickets to a future flight. Players who advance to the next Day or Phase will have their eligible tickets converted to T$.
  • Players who play satellites after already advancing to the next Day or Phase must use their tickets to enter another flight and attempt to advance with a bigger stack as per our Best Stack Forward terms. These tickets are then subject to the same conversion eligibility criteria as players who have not already advanced to the next Day or Phase.

Examples:

Player A holds two $1,050 Powerfest Main Event Day 1 Tickets (flight not specified) going into Day 1A which allows one re-entry per flight. The player may choose to use their tickets to enter or re-enter any flight but must use both tickets unless they advance to Day 2 on their first attempt. If they advance to Day 2 their remaining ticket will be converted to T$, otherwise their unused tickets will expire, and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given.

Player B holds one $1,050 Powerfest Main Event Day 1A Tickets going into Day 1A which allows one re-entry per flight. They do not enter Day 1A. Their ticket will expire, and no refund, conversion or exchange for a future flight will be given.

Player C holds two $1,050 Powerfest Main Event Day 1A Tickets going into Day 1A which allows one re-entry per flight. They use one to enter and are eliminated during the late registration period but choose not to re-enter. Their remaining ticket will expire and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given.

Player D holds two $1,050 Powerfest Main Event Day 1A Tickets going into Day 1A which allows one re-entry per flight. They use one to enter and are eliminated after late registration has closed. They will have their remaining ticket exchanged for a ticket to a future flight or converted to T$ if no future flights are available.

Player E holds two $1,050 Powerfest Main Event Day 1A Tickets going into Day 1A which allows one re-entry per flight. They use one to enter and advance to Day 2 on their first attempt. They will have their remaining ticket converted to T$.

Player F holds three $1,050 Powerfest Main Event Day 1A Tickets won in non-concurrent satellites going into Day 1A which allows one re-entry per flight. They are eligible for the same conversion or exchange as players D and E for their first two tickets, the third will expire and no refund, conversion or exchange will be given.

Player G holds one $1,050 Powerfest Main Event Day 1A Ticket going into Day 1A which allows one re-entry per flight. They play two satellites running at the same time and win both. Both tickets will be eligible for conversion if re-entry is not possible.

Player H holds two $1,050 Powerfest Main Event Day 1A Tickets going into Day 1A which allows one re-entry per flight. They should not enter any further satellites. Any additional tickets won will expire, and no refund, conversion or exchange for future flights will be given.

Player I plays Powerfest Main Event Day 1A and advances to Day 2. They may play satellites to future flights if they choose but must use tickets won for entries and re-entries to attempt to advance with a bigger stack. They are subject to the same exchange and conversion terms as players who have not already advanced to Day 2.