Bust Tony G and Win Big in Party Poker’s Sunday Bike Ride

Posted at 18:41 2010-11-09

With over $4 million in live tournament winnings, Tony G is one of the best Australian poker players in history. And now Party Poker is offering you the chance to play against him in their Sunday Bike Ride promotion.

Sunday Bike Ride is a bounty poker tournament where the ultimate goal is to knock Tony G out of the tourney. And the best part about Sunday Bike Ride is that there is no entry fee; you just need to use 25 Party Points to enter the tournament. Once you’re entered the tournament, you’ll play for a $1,500 prize pool. Now obviously this isn’t a huge prize pool, but the person who knocks Tony G out of the tournament earns a free seat in the Monthly Million tournament. Even if Tony happens to win the tournament, the second place finisher receives the Monthly Million seat.

And this is a big prize since it normally costs $600 + $40 to enter the Monthly Million. More importantly though, the Monthly Million lives up to its name by offering players a $1 million prize pool. Just last weekend Australian Tom Grigg finished second in this event for a $110k score! You could be next!

Getting back to the Sunday Bike Ride tournament, there will be a leaderboard offered over the next three months. The top nine leaderboard players at the end of the three months will be invited to a special sit and go tournament along with Tony G where the winner of this sit and go earns a $10,000 WPT seat (TBD). Even if Tony wins this tournament, the second place finisher will receive the $10,000 WPT prize package.

If you’re interested in playing for Monthly Million seats, thousands of dollars in cash and possibly a WPT seat, you should download Party Poker and make a deposit. You can also take advantage of our Party Poker Free $50 cash with no deposit offer.

The leaderboard race only lasts for three months so get to Party Poker soon!

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