The Title Fight is the biggest weekly tournament offered by PartyPoker, and is part of the Power Series, which also features Bootcamp, Main Event, Featherweight, Middleweight and Heavyweight tournaments. The monthly Bootcamp tournament offers $100,000 guaranteed, making it the perfect option for poker players who want to get in shape, but many beginners will also choose to go straight for the Title Fight in the hope that they can defy their underdog status and pull off a Rocky-style performance on the night.
Although the prize money on offer in this Sunday’s Title Fight is substantial, it isn’t a tournament which demands the bankroll of a high roller. On the contrary, the direct buy-in costs just $215, and players who would prefer a shot at the massive prize pool for even less than that can take one (or more) by participating in various satellites. There are satellite tournaments to suit every pocket, with buy-ins starting from $22, so the Title Fight is well within the reach of players at all levels. Players can also try to win their way into the game by taking part in ticket events, which start at just $0.01.
The bigger the guaranteed prize pool offered by a tournament, the more players it will tend to attract, so it wouldn’t be any great surprise if the Title Fight were to exceed its $325,000 guarantee this Sunday. Should that happen, the guarantee for the following event would increase by $25,000 to $350,000. There is no limit to how large the prize pool can get, so if the guarantee continues to be met, the pool will continue to increase, making every tournament even more exciting than the last.
We will have to wait and see whether or not the Title Fight prize pools continue to grow to even greater heights over the next few weeks. In the meantime, players who want to have a go at winning a share of the $325,000 on offer this Sunday should visit PartyPoker to explore the full range of available satellites or buy in directly.