partypoker launches weekly SIT & GO Leaderboards, paying out $23,500 in prizes every week
partypoker has launched new dedicated weekly leaderboards for its roster of SIT & GO tournaments, giving players the chance to win a share of $23,500 in prizes every week.
Playing SIT & GO tournaments on the site from Monday (00:00 CET) to Sunday (23:59 CET) will earn players points that allow them climb up to four separate leaderboards, with all tournaments falling under the following buy-in tiers:
Low (buy-ins: $1 – $9.99): $1,000 prize pool
Mid (buy-ins: $10 – $49.99): $5,000 prize pool
High (buy-ins: $50 – 199.99): $10,000 prize pool
High Roller (buy-ins: $200+): $7,500 prize pool
The full breakdown of weekly prizes per leaderboard is given in the following table. Prizes range from $2 in Tournament Dollars (T$) up to $2,500 cash.
|Low ($1 – $9.99)||Mid ($10 – 49.99||High ($50 – $199.99)||High Roller ($200 – $1,000)|
|1st||$150 Cash||$750 Cash||$2,500 Cash||$2,500 Cash|
|2nd||$100 Cash||$500 Cash||$1,500 Cash||$1,500 Cash|
|3rd||$75 Cash||$400 Cash||$1,000 Cash||$1,000 Cash|
|11th – 20th||T$10||T$50||T$100||–|
|21st – 30th||T$10||T$40||T$50||–|
|31st – 50th||T$5||T$20||T$50||–|
|51st – 65th||T$5||T$20||–||–|
|66th – 100th||T$2||T$10||–||–|
Note that heads-up SIT & GO tournaments and SPINS games do not count towards the SIT & GO promotional leaderboards.
partypoker Team Online’s Jaime Staples said: “I started my professional career hunting SIT & GO leaderboards. It’s a great way to practice and I love that partypoker is now offering something to shoot for!”
Teammate Steven ‘DWstevie’ Kok said: “I am a big fan of SIT & GOs, they are great practice for short-handed and short-stack play, and for learning ICM as you get into those spots way more often than in large field MTTs. They also have lower variance and thus are great to help you build that bankroll!”
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