Sunday MTT Schedule
Sunday Major Online Tournament Schedule
By Scott Carlson, Rakeback.com Content Manager
Looking for a one-stop listing of all of the Sunday major online tournaments? Look no further, we have a complete listing of all of the big guaranteed tournaments happening each Sunday. Never miss an MTT!
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|Poker Room||Network||U.S. Accepted||Tournament Name||Time||Timezone||Buy-in||Guarantee|
|Full Tilt Poker||Independent||No||Super Sized Sunday||14:00||ET||$635||$100,000|
|Full Tilt Poker||Independent||No||The T-Rex||15:00||ET||$162||$75,000|
|Full Tilt Poker||Independent||No||$250k Guarantee||13:30||ET||$215||$250,000|
|Full Tilt Poker||Independent||No||Sunday Brawl||10:30||ET||$255||$200,000|
|Full Tilt Poker||Independent||No||Sunday Mulligan||16:00||ET||$215||$50,000|
|Full Tilt Poker||Independent||No||Turbo Multi-Hundo||18:00||ET||$109||$50,000|
|PokerStars||Independent||No||Sunday Second Chance||16:30||ET||$215||$175,000|
|Carbon Poker||Merge||Yes||Sunday Big Ticket||16:00||ET||$215||$125,000|
|Carbon Poker||Merge||Yes||$50K Gtd||17:00||ET||$209||$50,000|
|Carbon Poker||Merge||Yes||$50K Gtd||19:00||ET||$109||$50,000|
|PKR||Independent||No||Main Event||18:00 (2nd Sunday)||GMT||$35||$13,000|
|PKR||Independent||No||Sunday Open||18:00 (all but 2nd Sunday)||GMT||$30||$13,000|
|Sky Poker||Independent||No||£10,000 Primo||20:00||GMT||£55||£10,000|
|Sky Poker||Independent||No||£5,000 Bounty Hunter||21:00||GMT||£110||£5,000|
|Party Poker||bwin.party||No||$200K Guaranteed Sunday||13:30||ET||$215||$200,000|
|Party Poker||bwin.party||No||$200K Guaranteed High Roller||15:00||ET||$530||$100,000|
|Party Poker||bwin.party||No||$60K Gtd||15:30||ET||$108||$60,000|
|bwin||bwin.party||No||$200K Guaranteed Sunday||13:30||ET||$215||$200,000|
|bwin||bwin.party||No||$200K Guaranteed High Roller||15:00||ET||$530||$100,000|
|Black Chip Poker / Americas Cardroom||Winning||Yes||$50K Guaranteed||19:00||ET||$215||$50,000|
|Paradise Poker / Poker Heaven||International||No||The €10,000 GTD Weekly Deepstack||17:00||GMT||€27||€10,000|
|Juicy Stakes / Cake / Lock||Revolution||Yes||$75 GTD – PRO ELITE Bounty Edition||15:00||ET||$134||$75,000|
|Juicy Stakes / Cake / Lock||Revolution||Yes||$25 GTD – PRO ELITE Bounty Edition||16:00||ET||$530||$25,000|
|Betsson / Poker Heaven||Ongame||No||Championchip||23:00||ICT||$200||$75,000|
|888Poker||888||No||The $200,000 Whale||18:00 (final Sunday)||GMT||$530||$200,000|
|888Poker||888||No||The $100,000 Mega Deep||16:30||GMT||$215||$100,000|
|888Poker||888||No||The $50,000 Turbo Mega Deep||17:05||GMT||$215||$50,000|
|Betsson / Unibet||MPN||No||€20,000 Guaranteed||18:00||CET||€220||€20,000|
|Betsson / Unibet||MPN||No||€75,000 Guaranteed||20:30||CET||€215||€75,000|
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There are several factors in choosing the tournament that suits you best. Some of the factors to consider are:
- Buy-In – What tournament does your bankroll support?
- Rake – What percentage of the buy-in goes to the house?
- Number of Entrants – How many people do you have to beat to win?
- Prizepools – How much can you win?
- Player Strength – How difficult is the average tournament player on the site?
- Time of Day – What time of the day suits your schedule best?
- Tournament Length – Do you have enough time to invest in the tournament?
If you are looking for the softest tournament to play there are many factors to consider. The following factors will help you choose the softest tournament:
- Smaller buy-ins
- Lower guarantees
- Tournaments with many satellite winners
- Lower traffic sites
- Sites that offer casino games and a sportsbook
An example that fits many of the criteria noted above is 888Poker. Although the buy-in is larger, 888Poker ticks all of the other boxes on the list.
If you are new to tournaments, and in particular big guaranteed tournaments, a tight strategy is the best to employ. Don’t play too many speculative hands early in the tournament. Stick to big hands like pairs (88+) and big aces (AQ,QK). If you miss the flop, get away cheaply.
The single best piece of advice to give new players is to learn shove ranges in the middle stages of the tournament. When you are on a stack of 20-30 big blinds, 3-bet shoving is one of the most powerful tools you can use. You can shove:
- All pairs
The key is to have a big enough stack to hurt your opponent if they lose the hand. If you wait until you have 8-10 big blinds, losing the hand will barely put dent into your opponent’s stack, and they will call you more often.
Playing 20 big blind stacks is one of the crucial tournament spots to master. Once you perfect this, cashing is much easier.
One other piece of advice is to try and satellite into tournaments. Getting in for a fraction of the cost should ease your tension when playing big buy-in tournaments.