Remember how on Day 8 of POWERFEST Team Online’s Travis “DramaticDegen” Darroch turned a $109 satellite ticket into a runner-up finish in a $1,050 POWERFEST event for almost $35,000? Well, he’s only gone and done it again!
Darroch won another $1,050 seat for only $109 and used that to buy into the POWERFEST #51-HR: $150K Gtd Fast PKO event on Day 10. A few hours and many eliminations later, Darroch saw $23,505 pile into his partypoker account.
The $1,567,954 awarded on Day 10 took the total prize money to $18,094,059 and with 96 events still to go, the $28 million in combined guarantees has every chance of being blown out of the water!
POWERFEST: The Story So Far
- Events completed: 179
- Events remaining: 96
- Prize money awarded: $18,094,059
POWERFEST Day 10 Recap
POWERFEST #51-HR: $150K Gtd Fast PKO
Prize pool: $151,980
Places paid: 20
The POWERFEST #51-HR: $150K Gtd Fast PKO attracted a field of 149 who created a $151,980 prize pool and it was one of our own who managed to secure a large prize.
Travis “DramaticDegen” Darroch navigated his way through the shark-infested waters of the $1,050 buy-in tournament after winning his seat for a cut-price $109. Darroch ran out of steam at the final hurdle and had to make do with the $13,138 consolation prize, which was padded with an impressive $10,367 from the bounty prize pool.
“Talespin” was the only player Darroch didn’t outlast. The champion’s first-place prize weighed in at $13,153 and they also collected $21,661 from the bounty prize pool for a profitable Tuesday grind.
Also at the final table was Team partypoker’s Kristen “Krissyb24” Bicknell who crashed out in sixth-place. The Canadian starlet helped herself to the $3,784 prize from the main prize pool and padded her bankroll further with a $2,843 bounty payment.
POWERFEST #48-SHR: $500K Gtd PKO
Prize pool: $530,400
Places paid: 16
It looked like Team partypoker’s Roberto “R_Romanello” Romanello was going to go all the way and take down the $5,200 buy-in POWERFEST #48-SHR: $500K Gtd PKO, but it all went wrong towards the final bubble and everyone’s favourite Italian-Welshman fell in 10th place for a combined prize worth $12,839.
Similar amounts were won by “PauliiBet” and “Viiolawo” who busted in eighth and seventh-place respectively before the prize money exploded for “PhantompokerTV” who scored $13,978 and bolstered that prize with $12,675 from the bounty prize pool.
The third-place finisher, “gmb2h”, was another player who won big in terms of bounties. A cool $14,137 was added to the $34,946 main prize pool haul.
Our champion in this event was “Tigerbluff” who has been making deep runs left, right and centre. This awesome victory saw Tigerbluff collect a $48,950 top prize plus a quite amazing $82,306 worth of bounties. “elgato_volador” was the runner-up, a finish worth a combined $76,766.
POWERFEST #47-M: $50K Gtd Big Antes Deep
Prize pool: $59,750
Places paid: 152
One of the new additions to the POWERFEST X schedule was the Big Antes tournaments, which see the blind increase at a more shallow rate but the antes remain large. It’s a format that has proven popular, as is evident by the 1,195-strong crowd who turned out for the POWERFEST #47-M: $50K Gtd Big Antes Deep event.
Despite only costing $55 to enter, all but one of the final table walked away with four-figures or more, and the champion scooped up more than $10,000.
“probirs11” was that champion and they turned their $55 into $10,187 after defeating “Marcocampos” heads-up for the title, resigning the second-place finisher to a still welcomed $7,289.
The low-to-mid buy-in POWERFEST events have created some big prize pools in relation to their buy-in, going to show anyone can win big at partypoker.
POWERFEST Day 10 Full Results
|Powerfest #47-HR: $150K Gtd Big Antes Deep||cheveuxbleu.||$42,489|
|Powerfest #47-H: $100K Gtd Big Antes Deep||greekeye||$21,249|
|Powerfest #47-M: $50K Gtd Big Antes Deep||probirs11||$10,187|
|Powerfest #47-L: $20K Gtd Big Antes Deep||churbro161718||$3,362|
|Powerfest #48-SHR: $500K Gtd PKO||Tigerbluff||$131,256*|
|Powerfest #49-H: $150K Gtd PKO||junglemandan||$29,022*|
|Powerfest #49-M: $75K Gtd PKO||AmericanEagle||$10,154*|
|Powerfest #49-L: $20K Gtd PKO||Shock11av||$2,742*|
|Powerfest #50-HR: $50K Gtd Deep Turbo||AndreyBolkonsky||$13,250|
|Powerfest #50-H: $30K Gtd Deep Turbo||abcpoker||$13,250|
|Powerfest #50-M: $20K Gtd Deep Turbo||masterdodo||$6,880|
|Powerfest #50-L: $10K Gtd Deep Turbo||STRATEGY555||$2,295|
|Powerfest #51-HR: $150K Gtd Fast PKO||Talespin||$34,814*|
|Powerfest #51-H: $50K Gtd Fast PKO||Jansons555||$8,136*|
|Powerfest #51-M: $20K Gtd Fast PKO||Brick_N_Shortly||$3,321*|
|Powerfest #51-L: $5K Gtd Fast PKO||RafaGreick||$999*|
*includes bounty payments
POWERFEST Day 11 Schedule
Day 11 of POWERFEST sees another 16 events take place that have combined guarantees worth $742,000.
Don’t forget to check out the POWERFEST satellites that start from only $0.55 and the $5 POWERFEST SPINS that award either $10 cash or POWERFEST tickets worth from $22 up to $1,050.
|17:30||Powerfest #52-HR: $100K Gtd Deep||$530|
|17:30||Powerfest #52-H: $50K Gtd Deep||$109|
|17:30||Powerfest #52-M: $30K Gtd Deep||$22|
|17:30||Powerfest #52-L: $10K Gtd Deep||$5.50|
|20:00||Powerfest #53-HR: $150K Gtd 6-4 Mix-Max PKO||$1,050|
|20:00||Powerfest #53-H: $100K Gtd 6-4 Mix-Max PKO||$320|
|20:00||Powerfest #53-M: $50K Gtd 6-4 Mix-Max PKO||$55|
|20:00||Powerfest #53-L: $15K Gtd 6-4 Mix-Max PKO||$11|
|20:30||Powerfest #54-HR: $50K Gtd PLO 6-Max PKO||$1,050|
|20:30||Powerfest #54-H: $25K Gtd PLO 6-Max PKO||$215|
|20:30||Powerfest #54-M: $10K Gtd PLO 6-Max PKO||$33|
|20:30||Powerfest #54-L: $2K Gtd PLO 6-Max PKO||$5.50|
|22:00||Powerfest #55-HR: $75K Gtd Fast PKO||$530|
|22:00||Powerfest #55-H: $50K Gtd Fast PKO||$109|
|22:00||Powerfest #55-M: $20K Gtd Fast PKO||$22|
|22:00||Powerfest #55-L: $5K Gtd Fast PKO||$5.50|
SPINS are exciting three-handed hyper-turbo sit & go tournaments where the prize pool is randomly selected before the first hand is dealt. The POWERFEST SPINS only cost $5 to enter and pay out $10 cash or POWERFEST tickets ranging from $22 up to $1,050.
As SPINS have a hyper-turbo blind structure, they are over in a matter of minutes. This makes them perfect for playing many in a short period of time or firing up during the scheduled breaks of POWERFEST events.
|Multiplier||1st Place Prize||Frequency in 1M games|
|4.4||$22 POWERFEST ticket||187,015|
|6.6||$33 POWERFEST ticket||54,540|
|11||$55 POWERFEST ticket||3,000|
|21.8||$109 POWERFEST ticket||1,000|
|64||$320 POWERFEST ticket||100|
|106||$530 POWERFEST ticket||50|
|210||$1,050 POWERFEST ticket||10|
Check Out These POWERFEST Recaps
Don’t worry if you missed out on any of our previous recaps of the POWERFEST X action because you can easily check them out by clicking on the relevant links below!
- POWERFEST Day 1: Four Final Tables For Team partypoker
- POWERFEST Day 2: RentCollection Collects Two PKO Titles
- POWERFEST Day 3: Patrick Leonard Claims Title
- POWERFEST Day 4: Vamos! Nomura Triumphs!
- POWERFEST Day 5: Superb Day for ChimneyBarrel
- POWERFEST Day 6: Double Final Table For Tardif
- POWERFEST Day 7: Total Prize Money Exceeds $10 Million
- POWERFEST Day 8: Darroch With an Epic Comeback Story
- POWERFEST Day 9: Two More Titles for PayAndPlay
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