Ignition Poker Super Bowl Tournament Announced for Saturday

The folks at Ignition Poker are getting ready for the Super Bowl one day early with the launch of their $250,000 Ignition Poker Super Bowl tournament on Saturday Feb. 3.

The day before Super Bowl 53 on February 2 Ignition Poker is putting big money up for grabs. The special No-Limit Hold’em tournament kicks off Saturday night at 17:53 pm ET with a guaranteed prize pool of $250,000.

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And, thanks to Ignition Poker’s affordable qualifiers, you can get into the big money game for as cheap as $7.70.

How does the Ignition Poker Super Bowl tournament work?

To get into the Super Saturday Tournament you can buy-in directly for $300 + $25 or use of the three available qualifier methods.

The first way to qualify is through Ignition Poker’s Sit & Go path. This begins with the $250K Quarterfinal Sit & Go tournaments with a buy-in of $10 + $1. They’re running all day everyday until Saturday. Finish near the top of the quarterfinal tournaments and you’ll advance to the $250K Semifinal Sit & Go tournament. You can also buy-in to the semifinals tourney for $55 + $5.

The second path to Super Saturday is through the direct satellites. The Last Chance Satellite Qualifiers are running every 10 minutes starting at 16:46 pm ET. The buy-in for these tournaments ranges from $15 + $1.50 to $40 + $4. There are also nightly qualifiers priced at $10 + $1 and $20 + $2.

The third and final path to Super Saturday is the scheduled tournaments. These two tournaments happen once a day and include the cheapest way in. The first option is a $7 + $0.70 Cheap Seats tournament which runs every night at 18:53 pm ET. There’s also the $40 + $4 satellite every night at 20:53 pm ET.

It doesn’t matter how you qualify for the tournament or if you simply buy-in. Either way Ignition Poker is putting big guaranteed money on the table which could set you up for a great celebration on Super Bowl Sunday.