You often hear poker players talking about how much value a tournament has and how it is a “must-play” well partypoker has one of these on Sunday 20 December, 2015 at 18:00 CET, the online leg of the Grand Prix Poker Tour.

Like its live leg counterpart, the Grand Prix Poker Tour online only costs $109 to buy into, yet anyone doing so gets the chance to play for a share of a massive guaranteed $250,000 prize pool, how amazing is that?

It’s not only the prize pool to buy-in ratio that makes the Grand Prix Poker Tour Online such an incredible tournament, the blind structure is also superb and gives so much room to manoeuvre that it could quite easily command a buy-in five times the price or more. Everyone starts with 30,000 chips and plays to blinds that start as low as 50/100 and increase every 16-minutes. Late registration is open until the end of the 12th level and you can re-enter once should you bust before then.

Qualify for the GPPT Online For Pennies

The $109 buy-in may be affordable but we realise that not everyone has this amount spare to invest in a tournament so we’re running a ton of feeders and satellites in the run up to this spectacular event.

Satellites start as low as $0.01 and increase up to $22, with 100-Seat Mega Sats scheduled for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, with a huge 200 seats guaranteed to be won on Sunday!

Use Your $109 Tickets to Buy In

If you have won a $109 ticket at any point then you may want to use it for this value-packed online leg. Simply select the tournament in the lobby, click “Register Now” and choose the ticket option to use your ticket.

Those of you who don’t have a ticket, but have plenty of points, can head to the loyalty store and purchase a $109 ticket with your points. Silver VIPs can exchange 3,000 points for a $109 ticket, with Gold VIPs having a discount of 1,500 on the price. Palladium VIPs can grab a $109 ticket for only 1,000 points for around 22% value back.

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