The biggest online poker tournaments this weekend

Online poker is alive and kicking again this weekend with a range of top tournaments across all major poker providers

Whilst casinos and poker rooms across the world are slowly beginning to re-open, the vast majority of action is still happening in the online poker realm, here’s a rundown of the best tournaments to play this weekend.


The Summer Series officially ended last weekend but that doesn’t mean all poker action has been brought to a halt on Pokerstars, with the Sunday Million offering a healthy $1 million guarantee.

There is also a standalone high roller event on Sunday with a $5,200 buy-in equating to a $500,000 guarantee.

The upcoming Stadium Series will begin on July 5 with a number of satellites being hosted this weekend for those hoping gain entry for a fraction of the price.


This weekend partypoker arguably has the best of the action, with the Poker Master Online series offering tournaments for a range of bankrolls with an obscene amount of guaranteed prize pools.

The main event, which costs $51,000 to enter, will take place on Sunday with $1.5 million up for grabs for those skillful enough to get in the money.

Aside from that there is also a range of high roller events as well as satellites for next month’s highly-anticipated World Poker Tour, which has buy ins ranging from $33 to more than $100,000.

GG Poker

GG Poker has been a welcome underdog in online poker this year, offering a range of tournaments and cash games that compliments its unique design and user experience.

This weekend it is hosting its own Millions series with guarantees ranging between $1 million to $2 million.

It also has an eclectic mix of short deck and PLO tournaments as well as the standard sit-and-go and spin-and-go formats.

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