Can you conquer the Daily Legends Masters at PartyPoker?


What do you look for in an online multi-table tournament? Convenient purchase? Check. Decent rewards? Check. Incredible structure? Check. An event that doesn’t take forever to finish. Check. You, my friend, have just described the Daily Legends Masters.

Daily Legends Masters is incredibly popular with your fellow PartyPoker players because it ticks all of the above boxes. This tournament has a $55 buy-in, though there are dozens of satellites starting at just $0.01, and boasts a $5,000 guaranteed prize pool, putting the Daily Legends Masters at the heart of the mid-stakes category.

Buy or win your way into the Daily Legends Masters, which mixes and distributes at 5.30pm BST every day, and you’ll enter the mix armed with a War Chest containing 50,000 Tokens. Each level lasts 10 minutes and the first level blinds are only 250/500/65a.

Late registration remains open until the end of the tenth level, during which you can re-enter once should you need to dust off that generous starting stack. We only allow a single re-entry to prevent those players with larger bankrolls from essentially buying their way to the prize seat.

If you decide to show up just as the tenth level is about to end, your starting stack of 50,000 will be worth 25 big blinds, which is still a playable stack!

Daily Legends Masters from structure to late registration

Level Little blind man Big Blind Doors
1 250 500 65
2 300 600 75
3 350 700 90
4 400 800 100
5 500 1,000 125
6 600 1,200 150
7 700 1,400 175
8 800 1,600 200
9 900 1,800 250
10 1,000 2,000 315

Example of a Daily Legends Masters final table

The Daily Legends Masters which took place on June 30 attracted 101 entrants, meaning a $5,050 prize pool was created. The top 20 finishers shared this princely sum, with those PartyPoker players who finished in the money walking away with $105 for their efforts.

That sum jumped to $148 when the final table of nine was reached.

“ancap” picked up that prize when he busted out in ninth place. “Breatrix Kiddo” grossed $173 for their eighth-place finish, with “Objectify” turning their $55 into $199 after falling to seventh place.

Sixth place “TenthTale”‘s elimination came with a payout of $231, while “Puck_” won $283 as their tournament ended abruptly in fifth place.

“MyAtM” and “s1mpl33” were the next victims at the final table. They saw their bankrolls increase by $373 and $517, respectively; the latter’s elimination sent the Daily Legends Masters into the heads-up portion of the tournament.

Heads-up pitted “BlindRooster” against “TheShining”. Although permitted, the heads-up duo did not discuss a deal and completed the tournament in the traditional manner. After an intense one-on-one battle, “BlindRooster” came out on top and claimed the $1,140 grand prize, leaving “TheShining” to pick up the $742 consolation prize.

From start to finish, this Daily Legends Masters concluded five hours and 35 minutes after the first few cards had been rolled, meaning the tournament was wrapped up and dusted off by 11.05pm BST, also allowing the champion to get a decent night’s rest, if not celebrating their victory until the wee hours of the morning, that is!

Place Player Prize
1 Blind rooster $1,140
2 The brilliant $742
3 s1mpl33 $517
4 MyAtM $373
5 Disk_ $283
6 Tenth story $231
7 Objectify $199
8 Kiddo respirator $173
9 anchap $148

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