How to win
To win, players must first qualify for the Sunday Qualifier by playing during the week in the ways mentioned below. Prizes are given weekly, so be sure to play every day!

Weekly qualifying occurs from Sunday at midnight for poker room points and 11:30 p.m. for tournament points. There are four ways to qualify:

Play 1500 Hands
Win 10 single table tournaments
Win a multi-table tournament
The Daily Big Play
Turbo Satellite

Qualify by playing 1500 hands
A player will earn 1 Poker Room Point for every 25 hands he/she plays in any game in the Poker Room (Hold 'Em, 7 Card, Omaha, 5 Card). A total of 60 Poker Room Points are needed prior to Saturday at midnight ET to qualify for the Sunday Qualifier. To learn how to play any of these games, click here.

Qualify by winning 10 single table tournaments
A player will earn 6 Tournament Points for every Single Table Tournament he/she wins; A single table tournament consists of a maximum 10 players. These are available 24/7. The buy in for these tournaments range from $300 to $500 play money and come in Hold 'Em, Omaha, and 7 Card Stud formats. For more information on single table tournaments, click here.

Qualify by through a Multi-Table Tournament (MTT)
A Multi-Table tournament consists of anywhere from 50 players to 150 players. These occur every 20 minutes Monday through Saturday and on Sunday twice an hour. The buy in for these tournaments are $200+$100. 1st to 3rd place will pay out 60 points, 4th to 6th will pay out 36 points, 7th to 10th will pay out 18 points, 11th to 15th will pay out 12 points and 16th to 20th will pay out 6 points. For more information about multi-table tournaments, click here.

Qualify through the Daily Big Play
A player will earn 180 Tournament Points for every Daily Big Play Tournament in which he/she wins. 2nd place will earn 120 points. Players that finish 3rd to 20th place will pay out 60 points, 21st to 40th place will pay out 36 points, 41st to 60th place will pay out 18 points, and 61st to 75th will pay out 6 points. The Daily Big Play occurs at 2pm, 8pm, and 11pm EST Monday through Saturday.

Qualify through the Sunday Qualifier Turbo Satellite
A player will earn sixty (60) Tournament Points for every Sunday Qualifier Turbo Satellite Tournament in which he/she places in the top 20. The Turbo Satellite occurs at 10am, 1pm, 2:30pm and 4:30pm Saturday and Sunday.

The Sunday Qualifier
The Sunday Qualifiers takes place each week at 12, 5, and 9 PM EST. Qualified players (a player with 60 tournament or poker room points) may register by clicking on the tournament link on the "Sunday Qualifier" tab in the "Tournament" section of the ESPN Poker Club (EPC) Game Client lobby. Once a qualified player clicks on the link he/she is entered into the tournament and will placed at a table. The tournament will begin at the set start time.

The Final Tournament
The top 25 players from each Sunday Qualifying Tournament will move on to the Final Tournament. Sunday Qualifiers are open to all players that qualified during the previous week

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ESPN Poker Club leagues
Monday- 12:28 p.m. ET
Monday Night- 9:20 p.m. ET
Tuesday - ELITE -- $10,000 to enter -- 7:25 p.m. ET
Tuesday Night - 11:01 p.m. ET
Tuesday - Champs - 8:31 p.m. ET
Wednesday - 4:17 p.m. ET
Thursday Night- 8:01 p.m. ET
Thursday  ELITE -- $10,000 to enter -- 11:20 p.m. ET
Friday - 9:10 p.m. ET
Saturday - 5:01 p.m. ET

Leagues run for a ten week span and are used to determine who the best players are on the site on a weekly basis. You can play in any and all leagues during any week at any time. The top 10 players of each standard league will gain entrance into the next Champions League. The top five players from each of the ELITE leagues will also qualify. Simply register in the game client for the tournament and good luck!

The scoring system is the following (with 15 percent of the field earning points): (100/15 percent of the field) * 15 percent of the field - (finish-1)

Kevin from customer support posts the standings on the message board once a week.

Playing in the leagues will also help you qualify for the Sunday Qualifiers! Win any league during the week (except for the Champions League) and you will earn 180 points. Come in 2nd and you earn 120 points. 3rd trough 10th get 60 points!

In each standard league, the top 20 players will be entered into the Monday Night Showdown where the winner will earn entry into six consecutive weeks of Sunday Qualifiers! ELITE leagues will have the top ten qualify.

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Peer run leagues and tournaments-
There are also several leagues and tournaments run by the players of EPC. They have catchy names like the MBI, the Gauntlet, Aces Up, The Race for the Poker Cup, and Wacky Wednesday Ozzfest, to name a few. Some of these are open, but most have an invite list. Your best bet with these is to watch the message board. You will see them mentioned and if one catches your interest you can always post a question on that thread.

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Team Leagues-
FLOP and BRAG are team leagues where collective best scores are counted. Anyone can join. FLOP consists of an open draft while BRAG is a little more cut throat/cloak and dagger. Wait, scratch that, they are pretty much the same.

Here is the link to the BRAG league database- http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/BRAG_LEAGUE/ You need to join the BRAG Yahoo Group to be able to access it. _spee is the current BRAG commissioner and can usually be reached via the Yahoo group. You will also see BRAG related posts on the message board. BRAG teams use the Sunday Qualifiers for their scoring.

Here is the link to the FLOP league database- http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/ESPN_FLOP/?yguid=293682296 You need to join the FLOP Yahoo Group to be able to access it. FLOP has an open draft before the start of each 10 week session. prohta, the FLOP commissioner, will post news about the draft on the message board well before it takes place, and also the weekly standings and any other pertinent information. FLOP teams use the daily ESPN League games for their scoring. Yeah I know that might sound confusing, but don't try and figure it all out at once; Start by trying to get on a team. ; )


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