Our first-ever Omaha Series takes place from Sunday 28th April through to Sunday 5th May and sees 160 tournaments with combined guaranteed prize pools worth $2 million.

“More Omaha tournaments please” were the cries from our players on social media, via our Player Panel members and at meetings in person at partypoker LIVE events and we obliged by adding a raft of PLO and PLO8 tournaments between the hours of 07:30 CET and 05:30 CET. The incredible support you have given these Daily PLO Power Series tournaments has led to the creation of our very first Omaha Series.

There are a total of 160 tournaments scheduled during the $2 million guaranteed Omaha Series with buy-ins split into four categories: Low, Medium, High and High Roller. In money terms, this means you can get involved in Omaha Series costing between $11 and $530 to enter.

Day 1 of the Omaha Series sees 17-scheduled events boasting $329,500 worth of guaranteed prize pools. You can play in a variety of different formats including deep, PLO8 with a fast blind structure, hyper-turbo blinds and even pot-limit Omaha PKO!

Remember that we do not charge rake on the bounty element of our PKO buy-ins, leading to bigger bounties and better value for everyone who enters them.

Four $50,000 Guaranteed High Rollers

Four of the Omaha Series events have a $50,000 guaranteed prize pool for a $530 buy-in. These high roller affairs are sure to attract some of the best PLO players in the business, along with dozens of Omaha lovers who have won their $530 seats via satellites.

Date Time (CEST) Tournament
Sun 28 Apr 18:30 Omaha Series #02-HR: $50K Gtd PLO [PKO]
Sun 28 Apr 20:30 Omaha Series #03-HR: $50K Gtd PLO
Sun 5 May 18:30 Omaha Series #43-HR: $50K Gtd PLO [PKO]
Sun 5 May 20:30 Omaha Series #44-HR: $50K Gtd PLO

Check Out Mike Sexton’s PLO Blog

Our Chairman, the poker legend that is Mike Sexton, recently penned a blog on the Team partypoker Blog called “The Great Game of PLO.” We won’t give you any spoilers as it is a great read, but will tell you it gives you some handy PLO hints if you are new to the game, plus Mike recalls a bad beat in his very first PLO tournament at the World Series of Poker that cost him a coveted WSOP bracelet.

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