Become a Tourney King at PlayersOnly Poker

While the generous 35% rakeback deals at PlayersOnly Poker will already make you feel like royalty, their Tourney King promotion could make you feel even closer to the throne.

If you’d like to reign supreme over the online poker world, download their poker software and start playing in as many multi-table tournaments as you can. Every poker tournament you play in gives you a shot to earn points and move up the monthly leaderboard.

And just to make sure that everybody has a fair shot at being crowned king, PlayersOnly is running both a High Limit Leaderboard (buy-ins of $20 or more), and a Low Limit Leaderboard (buy-ins of less than $20). If you’re able to finish in the top 100 on either leaderboard, you’ll move on to a tournament where you can earn a share of $20,000.

Here are how the prizes look for both leaderboard tournaments:

(High Limit Leaderboard)
1st – $3,000 (Tourney King)
2nd – $1,800
3rd – $1,200
4th – $600
5th – $450
6th through 15th – $100 + $50k Guaranteed seat ($109)
16th through 30th – $50k Guaranteed seat +$60 satellite ticket
31st through 39th – $50k Guaranteed seat
40th through 50th – $60 satellite ticket

(Low Limit Leaderboard)
1st – $1,500 (Tourney King)
2nd – $900
3rd – $600
4th – $300
5th – $225
6th through 15th – $50k Guaranteed seat ($109) + $60 satellite ticket
16th through 30th – $50k Guaranteed seat
31st through 39th – $60 satellite ticket
40th through 50th – $11 satellite ticket

Seeing as how 200 total players get a shot at becoming one of the two Tourney Kings, this is a great opportunity.

And if you’re wondering how points are accumulated in Tourney King, multiply your buy-in by the number of entrants and divide by your final place. For example, if you placed 10th in a 200-player, $33 buy-in tournament, you would get 660 leaderboard points [(200 * 33) /10]. Also keep in mind that you get a final table bonus along with your normal point score.

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