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Major Tournaments on partypoker to Feature Freezeout Format from Jan. 18-24

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  • Partypoker's Big Freeze see four big tournaments turn to a freezeout format from Jan. 18-24.

Partypoker continues to make improvements across is platform, and that includes its tournament schedule.

Since its launch, the so-called Power Series has received glowing reports from multi-table tournament specialists and some of the events have become must-play tournaments.

Four such tournaments — The Jab, The Contender, The Uppercut, and The Main Event — give players the option to reenter should they bust while late registration is available. It is a format that has split the opinions of poker players around the globe, with some being in favor of reentries and others preferring a traditional freezeout.

Those in the latter camp can rejoice this week, because from Jan. 18-24 those four tournaments are part of The Big Freeze, where the buy-ins and guarantees remain the same, but are played in a freezeout format of a reentry one — once you bust, it is game over.

The Big Freeze Schedule

TournamentBuy-inGuaranteeSchedule
The Jab$5.50$10,000Every night at 7 p.m. GMT
The Contender$22$20,000Every night at 7 p.m. GMT
The Uppercut$109$50,000Mon-Sat at 7 p.m. GMT
The Main Event$109$150,000Sunday at 7 p.m. GMT

The tournaments receiving the Big Freeze treatment represent incredible value due to the fact they frequently experience overlays despite players usually having the option to reenter.

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