Partypoker Hosts Poker Masters PLO Series; Cash Leaderboards Now Offer Daily Payouts

Partypoker again partnering with Poker Central for the Poker Masters Online PLO Series.The series runs June 21-29 with more than $10 million in guarantees.

The action at partypoker doesn’t seem to slow down and the site announced three tournament series just last week. The site is once again partnering with Poker Central/PokeGO for the new Poker Masters Online (PMO) Pot Limit Omaha Series.

The series runs June 21-29 and features 29 two-day events with buy-ins ranging from $530 to $51,000. That includes more than $10 million in guarantees.

“Partnering with partypoker for our recent online tournaments like Poker Masters Online and the Super High Roller Bowl has proven to be a great success,” Poker Central chief business officer of J.R. McCabe said in a news release.

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What to expect from the partypoker PLO series? 

Fans of this form of poker will be in heaven with a high-stakes series devoted solely to PLO. The $51,000 Main Event highlights the final two days with a $1.5 million guarantee.

A further $500,000 will be paid out in the $5,200 Mini Main Event. A few other highlights include these events:

  • $5,200 High Roller – $250,000 guaranteed (Event 2, June 21)
  • $25,500 Super High Roller – $1 million guaranteed (Event 5, June 23)
  • $530 High Roller Knockout Mini – $25,000 guaranteed (Event 8, June 24)
  • $1,050 High Roller Mini – $50,000 guaranteed (Event 13, June 27)

On top of the cash winnings, the top series performer wins the PMO Pot Limit Omaha Championship. That honor comes with a championship purple jacket and $50,000 bonus.

“This is such a great opportunity to watch the world’s best PLO players fight it out on the virtual felt,” partypoker LIVE President John Duthie said. “The exceptional PokerGo production and commentary team will be on hand to deliver their usual excellent streams. This is not to be missed.”

Here’s a look at the complete schedule:

2020 partypoker Poker Masters Online (PMO) Pot Limit Omaha Series

DateEventBuy–inGuaranteeFormat
Sunday, June 21, 2020Event #1 – PLO High Roller Online [2 Day Event]$10,300$500,0002 re-entries
Sunday, June 21, 2020Event #1 – High Roller Mini Online [2 Day Event]$1,050$50,0002 re-entries
Sunday, June 21, 2020Event #2 – PLO High Roller Online$5,200$250,0002 re-entries
Sunday, June 21, 2020Event #2 – PLO High Roller Knockout Mini Online$530$25,0002 re-entries
Monday, June 22, 2020Event #3 – PLO High Roller Online [2 Day Event]$10,300$500,0002 re-entries
Monday, June 22, 2020Event #3 – PLO High Roller Mini Online 1 Day [2 Day Event]$1,050$50,0002 re-entries
Monday, June 22, 2020Event #4 – PLO High Roller$5,200$250,0002 re-entries
Monday, June 22, 2020Event #4 – PLO High Roller Knockout Mini$530$25,0002 re-entries
Tuesday, June 23, 2020Event #5 – PLO Super High Roller Online [2 Day Event]$25,500$1 million2 re-entries
Tuesday, June 23, 2020Event #5 – PLO Mini High Roller Online [2 Day Event]$2,600$125,0002 re-entries
Tuesday, June 23, 2020Event #6 – PLO High Roller Online$10,300$500,0002 re-entries
Tuesday, June 23, 2020Event #6 – PLO High Roller Knockout Mini Online$1,050$50,0002 re-entries
Wednesday, June 24, 2020Event #7 – PLO High Roller [2 Day Event]$10,300$500,0002 re-entries
Wednesday, June 24, 2020Event #7 – PLO High Roller Mini Online [2 Day Event]$1,050$50,0002 re-entries
Wednesday, June 24, 2020Event #8 – PLO High Roller$5,200$250,0002 re-entries
Wednesday, June 24, 2020Event #8 – PLO High Roller Knockout Mini$530$25,0002 re-entries
Thursday, June 25, 2020Event #9 – PLO Super High Roller [2 Day Event]$25,500$1 million2 re-entries
Thursday, June 25, 2020Event Mini #9 – PLO Online [2 Day Event]$2,600$125,0002 re-entries
Thursday, June 25, 2020Event #10 – PLO High Roller Online$10,300$500,0002 re-entries
Thursday, June 25, 2020Event #10 – PLO High Roller Knockout Mini Online$1,050$50,0002 re-entries
Friday, June 26, 2020Event #11 – PLO High Roller Online 1 Day Event : $500K GTD [2 Day Event]$10,300$500,0002 re-entries
Friday, June 26, 2020Event #11 – PLO High Roller Mini Online [2 Day Event]$1,050$50,0002 re-entries
Friday, June 26, 2020Event #12 – PLO High Roller Online$5,200$250,0002 re-entries
Friday, June 26, 2020Event #12 – PLO High Roller Knockout Mini Online$530$25,0002 re-entries
Saturday, June 27, 2020Event #13 – PLO High Roller Online$10,300$500,0002 re-entries
Saturday, June 27, 2020Event #13 – PLO High Roller Mini Online$1,050$50,0002 re-entries
Saturday, June 27, 2020Event #14 – PLO High Roller Online$5,200$250,0002 re-entries
Saturday, June 27, 2020Event #14 – PLO High Roller Knockout Mini$530$25,0002 re-entries
Sunday, June 28, 2020Event #15 – PLO Main Event Online Day 1 $51,000$1.5 million2 re-entries
Sunday, June 28, 2020Event #16 – PLO Mini Main Event Online Day 1$5,200$500,0002 re-entries
Monday, June 29, 2020Event #15 – PLO Main Event Online Final Day
Monday, June 29, 2020Event #16 – PLO Mini Main Event Online Final Day

Big few weeks for partypoker

The new PLO series follows the Poker Masters Online tournament, also hosted on partypoker in conjunction with Poker Central. That series crushed the $16.5 million guarantee, generating a final prize pool of $35.4 million.

The new series comes after some other big announcements for partypoker. That included three series announcements just last week.

Beyond the PMO, the company also announced another pair of partnerships with the World Poker Tour. The biggest of those is the WPT World Online Championships, which run July 17 to Sept. 8 with a massive $100 million guaranteed prize pool.

The series is designed to replicate an authentic live WPT experience with several major events. The live WPT World Championship hasn’t been offered on tour since 2015 and partypoker is now reviving the event.

The series includes 12 championship tournaments divided in three categories; Micro, Mini, and Main. Winners of five of these will receive:

  • membership in the WPT Champions Club
  • championship trophies
  • a $15,000 entry and travel accommodations to the WPT Tournament of Champions

The company also announced the new WPT Online Poker Open for players in the US in New Jersey. The series runs June 21-28 with 12 events plus a $400 championship on June 28 with $300,000 guaranteed

The partypoker US Network also includes BorgataPoker and BetMGM. Players can participate on any of these three sites.

The series becomes the first partypoker/WPT coordinated effort in the Garden State. The winner also adds an $11,000 package to the next WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic at Bellagio in Las Vegas ($10,400 buy-in).

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$1 million Cash Games Leaderboards shift to daily payouts

 Along with major tournament series announcements, partypoker also added to its Cash Games Leaderboards. The site is giving away even more money for players with the prize structure moving from weekly to daily payouts.

Beginning June 15, $36,206 will be paid out each day across 16 leaderboards. That’s more than $1 million per month available to winners.

The site works to ensure the leaderboards offer prizes to all levels of player. Eight of the leaderboards will be for NLHE games and the remaining eight will be for PLO.

This is the same format used for weekly Cash Games Leaderboards. However, an improved payment structure has been added – with more rewards to low and micro stakes players.

There are also still huge daily prizes for medium and high-stakes players as well. Up to $1,200 is up for grabs and the number receiving payouts is extended for many leaderboards.

For example, the $0.01/$0.02 Micro leaderboards pay out 75 places daily.

“We’re excited to offer cash game and fast forward players a daily leaderboard promotion, following the great success we’ve seen with our daily SPINS and Sit and Go leaderboards,” partypoker managing director Tom Waters said.

“We think this makes partypoker more fun, as players no longer have to grind for a whole week to win leaderboard prizes, and we are opening up leaderboards to a whole new range of players.”