Party now runs three different nightly events: a $5K; a $10K; and a $5K 6-max Guarantee.
In the $5K tournaments, average player participation per night remained exactly the same as last week at 102 players. Monday shaped up to be the biggest day with 110, and saw sofcknsickk take home a $1,000 score. Monday brought the biggest field in the $5K 6-max as well, attracting 53 runners. ItsBvtta took the top prize that night, pocketing $1,038.
In the $10K’s, traffic remained on par with last week, bringing in 106 runners on average per night. Sunday’s tournament generated the biggest field, and saw syderange takeout 120 opponents for a $2,511 payday.
In the $50K Sunday Major, traffic dipped, bringing in 234 runners — 32 less than the previous week. Kingpoker1 went the distance and grabbed the $10,500 first-place prize while enjoying a $6,710 overlay.
In the WSOP $5K nightly tournaments, traffic averaged out at 190 players per night, up from the previous week’s average of 177. Thursday was by far the biggest day of the week, boasting 216 runners. Jsswsop bested the competition that night and banked a $1,674 prize.
Traffic in the $10K events was down slightly, from 135 the previous week to 127 on average this week. Thursday brought in 153 runners, the biggest field for the week. Dice314 took out Daudi22 to win a $2,875 first-place prize.
In the $25K Guarantee Sunday Major, IntoTheRiver beat out 98 runners for an impressive $7,125 score.
888’s $1,500 nightly tournaments stayed nearly level with last week, bringing in 58 players on average per night. The site’s Big Sunday $10K brought in 48 runners, up slightly from last week’s 43 entrants.
Ultimate ran $1K nightly events from Wednesday to Sunday this week. Thursday boasted the biggest field, bringing in 23 runners. Carlosdanger prevailed over HandDaTank to take down $470 for his first-place victory.
In the site’s $2,500 Sunday Guarantee, only 27 players bought in, with topaz9 besting the field and banking $1,125.
USPoker would like to thank Dennis Lopez for providing us with the stats needed for this report.