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Partypoker Powerfest Ends 4 February 2018

Recently updated on January 29th, 2018

It’s not too late to join in on the partypoker Powerfest this week to earn some amazing prizes. If you haven’t entered yet, you still have a chance to start playing online. The top 150 players stand a chance to win US$170 000 (±NZ$231 000) in prizes based on the points they earn. However, you will have to hurry to stand a chance in the Low, Medium or High stakes leaderboards.

Partypoker is one of the biggest online poker rooms in 2018, with hundreds of Poker variants to enjoy day and night. With special events each day, Kiwi players will surely be entertained during the tournament. Of course, you don’t have to take our word for it. New players at partypoker get a NZ$20 bonus just for signing up. You can use NZ$10 of this bonus to enter tournaments, including the Powerfest.

Partypoker Powerfest - NZ 2018

Partypoker Powerfest

The partypoker Powerfest features 147 guaranteed events for Poker fans, and buy-ins ranging from US$2.20 (±NZ$3) to US$5200 (±NZ$7085). Kiwi players can use Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill or Entropay to make deposits & get started. Gamblers can also choose to download their casino software or enjoy instant play games. However, you must download the software to take part in Powerfest.

During the tournament, playing events will earn players points. These points will be added up, and players will be ranked according to their tally. So, play the stake you are comfortable with and start earning those points! You might just earn one of the coveted top prizes when the tournament ends on 4 February. Also, check the event schedule to earn more points while you play.

More about Partypoker

Partypoker is one of many online poker rooms that decided to withdraw from the Australian market in 2017. Since online poker was made illegal in the country, many other operators made the same move shortly before regulation amendments came into effect. Luckily, NZ online casino players can still enjoy great online poker tournaments like the partypoker Powerfest legally.

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