MTT Players Winning Huge Amounts Online

Now is the time to be an online MTT player because guarantees are being blown out of the water!

Online multi-table tournaments (MTT) are absolutely booming right now with guarantees blown out of the water around the world.

Grinders flocked to online poker sites on March 29 to continue playing poker. Large parts of the world are on lockdown due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic so have more spare time on their hands. Casinos and cardrooms across the world are also shut and poker players are playing online more than ever.

PokerStars is the world’s biggest online poker site so it’s unsurprising it’s seen the most benefit from extra traffic. The Sunday Million MTT usually attracts between 10,000 and 11,000 players each week, but the March 29 was different. A staggering 23,134-players bought in and created a $2,313,400 prize pool!

The MTT ended in a heads-up chop between Dutchman “Roykus” and Mexico’s “lfmdcv”. Roykus banked a cool $159,915 with the runner-up scooping $149,034.

PokerStars’ $530 Bounty Builder High Roller is another MTT that put up huge numbers. Some 3,203-players bought in to create a $1,601,500 prize pool when only $1 million was guaranteed.

Again, the top two finishers banked six-figure prizes. Denmark’s “kropop” got his hands on $104,033. Andorra’s “J0hn Mcclean” walked away with $178,474.

partypoker’s MTT Series Smashes Guarantees

partypoker is another online poker site you can’t currently play on in the United States, but you’ll wish you could after seeing some of the figures created by the MTT series there.

One of the MTT on the POWERFEST schedule saw $1,423,305 paid out on March 29. It was one of partypoker’s popular “phased” tournaments that smashed its $1 million guaranteed.

Phased MTT are multi-day tournaments with various buy-in levels. Players can enter the early stages for small amounts and play their way into the later phases. Some of these MTT allow you to buy into the final phase. This was one such event, although you needed to spend $5,200 to buy into the final directly.

The top four finishers all won six-figure prizes. “iRunStims” collected $104,612 and “JailWallet” netted $143,753. “nomeansyes” was the runner-up and he scooped $204,955. He won more almost $1.4 million from the partypoker MILLIONS Online in December!

“NotDarwin” was the champion and he padded his bankroll with an incredible $283,237.

A Huge MTT Available to U.S. Residents

There is a massive MTT taking place right now that Americans have entered. Black Chip Poker is in the middle of its Online Super Series CL. Event #101 is a $1 million guaranteed MTT costing $630 to enter.

A bumper crowd of 2,365 players turned out in force for Sunday’s Day 1. Only 365 made it through to Monday’s Day 2. Five of those players are going home empty-handed, but some return home with full pockets!

A final table appearance is worth $14,899 in this MTT. Reaching heads-up guaranteeing $117,067 with the champion winning $182,341!

It’s obviously too late to enter this monster-sized tournament, but another is scheduled.

Keep your diaries free on April 5 at 12:00 ET for an exact replica of this MTT. The April 5th edition will be even larger as it brings the curtain down on Black Chip Poker’s series. There’s also a $2,650 buy-in tournament with $1 million guaranteed running on the same day.

Satellites are running around the clock that feed into both these huge events. They start at only $16.50 so won’t break the bank.

Sign up for a free Black Chip Poker account via our links for a welcome bonus of up to $1,000. Black Chip matches your initial bonus 100% up to a maximum of $1,000. All you need to do then is bring your A-game to the table when you play this massive MTT. Sounds easy when you say it out loud, doesn’t it?

Matthew Pitt

Matthew Pitt

If it’s something you can play online for real money, chances are Matthew knows a bit about it. He’s been writing about slots, craps and poker for the better part of the last decade. He’s written for PokerNews, PartyPoker and many other respected online gambling websites during the last nine years.

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