The Sunday Squeeze

Get ready to put the squeeze on your opponents in our $25,000 guaranteed Sunday Squeeze tournament.

It comes with just a $16.50 buy-in and don’t worry if luck doesn’t go your way early on, as you have the option to re-enter once.

Join one of the 29 weekly Day 1 flights from Thursday through Sunday, each lasting just 3 hours on average. Then, battle it out on our epic Day 2, every Sunday at 6:05pm ET.

So, make sure to play in the Sunday Squeeze tournament and squeeze your way to a big victory!

Play The Sunday Squeeze

There’s nothing more enjoyable than putting the squeeze on your poker opponents! Now you can do it every week in the $25,000 GTD Sunday Squeeze tournament.

The buy-in is only $16.50 and, if you take a bad beat early in the tournament, don’t worry because we’ve included the option to re-enter one (and only one) time.

Take advantage of the 29 weekly Day 1 flights from Thursday through Sunday, each lasting an average of just 3 hours. So, you have lots of chances to qualify for our epic Day 2 which runs every Sunday at 6:05pm ET, lasting approximately 5 hours.

To ensure the Sunday Squeeze is accessible to all players, we have staggered our Day 1 qualifiers at all different times, making it possible for you to test your luck no matter what time zone you’re in.

Schedule (Multi-flight)

Day 1 Flights (2hr Late Reg)
Thursday and FridaySaturdaySunday
7:15am ET6:05am ET12:05am ET
10:45am ET8:05am ET2:05am ET
2:05pm ET10:05am ET4:05am ET
5:30pm ET12:05pm ET6:05am ET
8:30pm ET2:05pm ET8:05am ET
11:30pm ET4:05pm ET10:05am ET
6:05pm ET12:05pm ET
8:05pm ET2:05pm ET – Last Flight
10:05pm ET
Day 2 (Est Duration: 5hrs)
Sunday at 6:05pm ET

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