Partypoker Micro Series awaits March 24 kickoff

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Haley Hintze
Posted on: March 19, 2024 04:12 PDT

The partypoker Micro Series, featuring low-stakes buy-ins throughout an all-NLH festival, will return to the global platform for a 16-day run beginning March 24. The Micro Series carries through to April 8, when a "Finalist Finale" freeroll offering $10,000 in May's ONLINE series entries wraps up the proceedings. The series, which offers over $550,000 in total guarantees, includes 60 events in each of High, Medium, and Low buy-in ranges, for a total of 180 distinct events.

Buy-ins range from as low as 11 cents ($0.10+0.01) for the least expensive "Low" tourneys to $22 ($20+$2) for five of the 60 "High"-designated events in the series, including the High version of the April 7 main event.

The High main event gets underway at 18:05 system time on April 7 (as do the Medium and Low main events), and it carries a $50,000 prize-pool guarantee, the largest of the series.

Wide variety of NLH formats included

Though it's a no-limit hold'em festival, the partypoker Micro Series still offer plenty of variety. The 60 parent events, each offered in the three price ranges, include both regular and Progressive Knockout (PKO) tourneys in multiple formats, stack sizes and speeds. The series also offers plenty of short-handed action; 6-Max, 7-Max, and 8-Max events are sprinkled throughout the series. And, in addition to the main event, five other High events are designated as "Championship" offerings:

  • Friday, March 29 19:05 - #22-H 6-Max PKO Championship: $10,000 Gtd. - ($5 + $0.50 buy-in)
  • Saturday, March 30 19:05 - #26-H 6-Max Championship: $7,500 Gtd. - ($5 + $0.50 buy-in)
  • Sunday, March 31 20:05 - #31-H 6-Max PKO Turbo Championship: $10,000 Gtd. - ($5 + $0.50 buy-in)
  • Friday, April 5 18:05 - #50-H 7-Max Championship: $7,500 Gtd. - ($5 + $0.50 buy-in)
  • Saturday, April 06 18:05 - #54-H 7-Max PKO Championship: $10,000 Gtd. - ($5 + $0.50 buy-in)

The complete schedule of events is available within the client or via party's online schedule of upcoming tournaments. Partypoker's revolving roster of tournament series continues unabated, despite the news of parent company Entain currently shopping the venerable online-poker platform to other interested parties.