pity. No remorse. No fear. Play Terminator tournaments
and get paid for every player you knock out …
but watch your back because there’s a price
on your head too.
a portion of the prize pool going to a bounty
on every player’s head, Terminator tournaments
are all about taking the other guy down. A portion
of the prize pool goes on to every player’s
head (usually 50% but watch out for special tournaments
where the proportion changes). If you take that
player out of the tournament, their bounty is
yours. The value of each player’s bounty
is displayed on the table above their username.
more, the more bounties you claim, the higher
your bounty gets too – so you become a more
information on the set up of each Terminator tournament
can be found in the in the ‘bounty info’
tab for the tournament. There you’ll see
information including; the number of heads each
player has eliminated, the total prize amount
claimed from bounties and each player’s
existing bounty value.
A heads-up MTT with your entire buy-in on your
head! Played on two-seater tables, players are
allocated a heads-up opponent - as players are
eliminated tables are balanced. When eliminating
a player, the surviving player claims a portion
of the opponent’s bounty value, with the
remainder being added to their own head.
Xtreme Sit & Go’s
Ten seat Sit & Go’s where 100% of the
prize pool is allocated to bounty prizes! As each
player is eliminated, a portion of the bounty
prize is awarded to the player with the winning
hand, with the remainder added to their own bounty
prize. If you knock everyone out – you win
the entire prize pool!
The first Sunday of the month is definitely not
a day of rest at PartyPoker.com: there's $1,000,000
up for grabs in the Monthly Million. We'll be
running qualifiers and satellites all month and
we'll also have loads of extra qualifiers taking
place in the week before each Monthly Million.
tournaments are conducted by the majority of the
big poker and casino brands - PartyPoker.com,
Virgin Poker, PKR, Bodog, 888.com, GoldenPalace.com
and PokerStars, just to name a few.
Does Size Matter?
Why do we care which are the biggest poker sites?
For any serious player, the amount of traffic
a poker site gets is one of the most important
factors in choosing where to play. The sites with
the most players offer the best game selection,
allowing the player to hunt for the best game
conditions 24 hours a day. The largest poker sites
are also immensely profitable and (for the most
part) smoothly run, reducing concerns about stability
the tournament enthusiast, the biggest poker sites
offer satellites to major land-based events, sit-and-go
tournaments starting regularly at any time of
day, and large multi-table tournaments with big
payouts. PokerStars, the world’s biggest
poker site, offers weekly tournaments with prize
pools over one million dollars, and sends over
1,000 players each year to the Main Event of the
World Series of Poker.