PokerStars Razz Tournaments
The number 1 place to play Razz online is without a doubt Pokerstars.com. The Pokerstars Razz tournaments schedule is the best you’re going to find online and showcases two of the biggest and best Razz poker tournaments around.
The daily $500 grtd has an $11 buy in and runs nightly at 19:45 ET, it normally breaks the guarantee so expect the total prize pool to exceed $500.
The second of the two major Pokerstars Razz tournaments has a $215 buy in and a $10,000 guaranteed prize pool. It takes place on a weekly basis every Sunday at 13:45 ET. Last weeks $215 Pokerstars Razz tournament got 82 entrants meaning the total prize pool was $16,400.
$500 Guaranteed Pokerstars Razz Tournament
As mentioned before this tournament runs on a daily basis at 19:45 ET. Looking in the lobby shows that last nights tourney got 93 runners which meant a total prize pool of $930 was on offer, well over the $500 guarantee. The top three places paid out as follows:
1st Place – $232.51
2nd Place – $158.10
3rd Place – $120.90
*The money started with the top 16 players and the minimum payout was $18.60.
With 93 runners the tournament took just 1 minute over 5 hours to complete which meant it was finished at 1:46 ET. The $500 Razz Pokerstars tournament allows for late registration up to one hour after it kicks off. Players start with 3,000 chips in their stack and the blinds go up every 15 minutes. It’s a freezeout tournament meaning no rebuys and no add-ons are permitted.
$10,000 Guaranteed Pokerstars Razz Tournament
This is the big one for online Razz players and runs every Sunday at 13:25 ET with a buy in of $215. It’s a great tournament to add to your Sunday’s spent playing the biggies and you can qualify throughout the week via $39 turbo satellites which run daily on Pokerstars and feed players into the main event.
This Sunday’s $10,000 GRTD attracted just 82 runners which ment the total prize pool was $16,400, a little less than usual. You get a bit more for your money when it comes to starting stacks which are 5,000 chips. The blind levels remain the same as in the $11 tourney meaning they go up every 15 minutes. Last weeks tournament paid out the top three places like this:
1st Place – $4,920
2nd Place – $3,280
3rd Place – $2,296
The $10k GTD Razz tournament took just under 7 hours to complete starting at 13:45 ET and finishing up at 19:39 ET. You can register at any time up to an hour into the tournament.
Other Razz Tournaments On Pokerstars
Trying to find online Razz poker tournaments worth playing is actually pretty difficult. Here are some other Razz tournaments on Pokerstars which run daily that you might be interested in.
$11 16:45 ET – 32 Entrants 1st $128 2nd $86 3rd $48 – 5 places paid
$5.50 1:45 ET – 40 Entrants 1st $74 2nd $50 3rd $30 – 6 places paid
$3.30 10:45 ET – 40 Entrants 1st $39 2nd $25 3rd $18 – 8 places paid
More Places To Play Razz Tournaments
Full Tilt is the only other site which runs Razz multi table tournaments on a regular basis. For more information on the games the have on offer click this Full Tilt Razz tournaments link.