Partypoker has launched a new promo to mark its rebranding of the popular Sit & Go jackpot games.
Bearing the new name “Spins”, the games will still adopt the same Sit & Go format. A random prize pool multiplier at the beginning of each game will determine the amount of winnings players can claim. The rake amounts set for each game also remain between 4% and 8%. Spins will also follow the same prize distribution method as Sit & Gos.
240,000x Buy-in Multiplier Added
However, unlike previous Sit & Gos wherein players can only win up to 1200x the buy-in, Partypoker has added an extra level to the prize pools, representing a 240,000x multiplier.
The 2018 EGR Poker Operator of the Year is now hosting $5 buy-in Spins giving players the chance to win the top prize of $1 million as a way of raising awareness of the rebranding strategy. With the addition of the 240,000x multiplier, the second and third placers in the $5 buy-in games can win as much as $100,000 each.
Similar Offering To PokerStars
Currently, Partypoker is not the only online poker room in the game that is running $5 buy-in Spin & Go games carrying a $1 million top prize. PokerStars is also hosting its own Million Dollar Spin & Go promotion. But looking at the frequency charts of both poker rooms, one can quickly see that players at Partypoker are 10 times more likely to capture the $1 million first place prize than those at PokerStars, though the latter performs better when it comes to drawing a mid-range prize pool multiplier.
Sam Trickett of Team Partypoker said not only are the Spins fun and easy to play, they also give players of all levels the opportunity to become instant millionaires for a small price of just $5. In each $5 buy-in Spin game, top prizes begin at $10 (representing 2x the buy-in), going as high as $500 (120x), $5000 (1,200x), up to $1,000,000 (240,000x).
Partypoker has put in enormous work and effort to ensure that the new Spins games capture the interest of the players not only because of the added value but also because of the new level of fun and enjoyment they provide. The online poker room has also improved the games’ visual features and has worked a lot on improving the animation aspect for a smoother and more stable gaming experience.
KO Series Spin Games
The Partypoker’s KO series has also commenced from Feb 3. A total of 437 progressive knockout events will run across the series which culminates on February 17, during which a $500,000 guaranteed Main Event will take place. Numerous other events will feature six-figure guarantees. All in all, players will battle it out for a combined prize pool of $15 million.
For players to qualify for the KO Series events, Partypoker is hosting Spins games with a buy-in of just $2.50. Players will have the chance to win a KO Series tournament ticket worth $1,050 which they can use to take part in any scheduled event within the tournament.
Players can also enter into higher buy-in events by taking part in Added Value KO Series satellites. The Added Value satellites kicked off on February 3. A $55 buy-in Main Event Mega Satellite takes place on Sunday, February 17 in which a total of 50 Main Event seats each worth $530 will also be given away and will boost the prize pool. If you are one of the winners, you will get the chance to take part in the $500,000 guaranteed KO Series Main Event scheduled for later in the day.
The KO Series Main Event allows up to nearly three hours of late registration.
Limited Edition
Players must remember though that both the KO Series Spin Games and the million dollar promo are valid for limited periods only. No further have been announced as to when the million dollar edition will end, but partypoker has confirmed that the KO Series tickets will only be valid until February 17.
Interested players must visit and check out the Partypoker lobby where all the regular Spin games as well as the $1 million special edition can be found. They are found under the “Spins” tab. If you would like more details, check out the partypoker website.

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