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PartyPoker Eliminates Tournament Fees

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/04/2011
PartyPoker

In a bold move and one obviously looking to capitalize on the plight of Full Tilt Poker, the world’s third largest Internet poker room, PartyPoker, has announced it will be eliminating all tournament fees.

Today, PartyPoker.com is the only place where you can play multi-table tournaments and pay zero rake, a company statement issued on Monday announced. 

With no fees to pay across the entire MTT schedule, 100% of players’ money will go straight into the prize pool.

The savings for poker players will be up to $50 per registered tournament, and that truly adds up. 

The “no fees” extends across all PartyPoker.com’s multi-table satellites, qualifiers, rebuys, freezeouts, and deepstacks.

This rake-free tournament offer is in place for only a limited time, the company noted.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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