SCOOPs, Infernos & PowerFests: A Guide to Mega Online Series

The WSOP is coming but May might just be the perfect storm for online poker players.

From May 7-21 online players have access to one of the heaviest online schedules ever with PokerStars SCOOP, 888poker’s XL Inferno and partypoker’s PowerFest all running concurrently.

With over 660 individual tournaments and a staggering $81 million in guaranteed prize pools there have never been more options for MTT players.

A couple big scores over the next two weeks could set a player up for the entire WSOP (or provide a serious boost to their online bankroll).

We’d attached a complete schedule for all three super series below.

All Games, All Buy-ins, All Day

Regardless of skill level or bankroll, there is literally something for everyone over the next two weeks of online poker.

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Something for everyone.

The vast majority of tournaments will take place in No-Limit Hold’em but there are a large number of PLO events as well with a sprinkling of Stud, HORSE, Razz, Badugi and Omaha Hi-Lo for good measure.

Buy-ins range from the micro-stakes accessible $6 all the way up to a sky-high $25,000.

There will also be some very small events for those looking to sneak in a win as well as some monster fields in the big-GTD tournaments and Main Events.

Work off hours at your day job? There’s still something for you. Tournaments will start as early as 8:30 a.m. and as late as 10:45 p.m. with action playing through most of the night.

If you’re lacking an account on any of the aforementioned sites you can always sign up through PokerListings and get some of exclusive perks.

Just head over to our review pages to get access:

888poker review
PokerStars review
partypoker review

Complete Day-by-Day Schedule for SCOOP, XL-Inferno, Powerfest

Here’s a complete look at the schedule below with a rough estimate of field size:

*****: more than 5k players
****: more than 2k
***: more than 1k
**: more than 500
*: more than 100

Schedule compiled by‘s Arved Klöhn