Although there are few surprises in the schedule for PowerFest X, there´s plenty to keep most players occupied between 28th July and 11th August.
After twelve hours of action on Sunday night, 117 players will carry forward chip stacks from Day 1A of the Venom into next Monday´s Day 2.
Ignition Poker´s $4.5 million guaranteed Super Millions Poker Open consists of 139 mid to high buy-in tournaments running from July 20th to August 19th.
Party Poker Live has announced it is sponsoring the Triton Million – the biggest buy-in tournament ever – which takes place in London from August 1st to 3rd.
Intertops Poker has added a new tournament to its early evening schedule for European players – a re-buy and add-on event called the Chocolate Factory.
Qualifying for Party Poker´s tournaments just got a lot more interesting – and potentially more rewarding – due to the site trialling PKO bounty satellites.
GGPoker has launched a new side game – Cowboy Hold´em – and is encouraging players to give the game a try by offering time-limited cashback on losses.
888Poker is hosting two freeroll tournaments that will reward the top five players in each with seats worth $200 for Sunday´s $100,000 RakeLESS Mega Deep event.
Americas Cardroom is following up its $5 million guaranteed Venom event with a $13 million guaranteed OSS Cubed series from 21st July to 18th August.
BetOnline Poker has announced plans to run a $10,000 guaranteed poker tournament with a buy-in of just one dollar, and is giving away 100 entries each day.
If you enjoy playing GGPoker´s Rush & Cash games, there is an extra incentive to visit the fast-fold tables during July – a $200,000 Flush Rush promotion.
This year marks the 50th annual World Series of Poker and the WSOP is celebrating the milestone with a First Fifty bash while recognizing 50 top players.