The buy-in for the BestPoker King of the Hill Final would be $230 + $15 if you could actually buy-in directly into this event, but the fact of the matter is, you can only be King of the Hill at BestPoker if you climb your way to the top.
BestPoker runs three different feeder tournaments into a Steps tournament satellite series. The three BestPoker King of the Hill Feeder tournaments are either 10 or 20 player events with buy-ins ranging from $1.20 to $25 and that seed players into one of the three Step tournaments.
Each of the BestPoker King of the Hill Steps tournaments are 10 player events with entry restricted only to player earning a spot through one of the feeder satellites. Prizes for each of the Steps tournaments are seats in higher level Steps tournaments or in the BestPoker King of the Hill Final itself. Additionally, many of the prize winners in the BestPoker King of the Hill Steps tournaments will also win cash prizes on top of their free tournament ticket.
All of these King of the Hill tournaments BestPoker is holding are Sit & Go events, meaning that you can join whenever you have time and soon as 9 (or 19) other players join you, the battle is on.
The BestPoker King of the Hill Final tournament is also a Sit & Go event, also restricted only to players who earn their ticket through one of the earlier Feeder or Step satellites. The winner of the BestPoker King of the Hill Final receives $2,500 while the runner-up gets $650 and the third place finisher gets $350.
The King of the Hill promotion is one of the many ongoing promotions at BestPoker that you can enjoy with no time restriction and no promotional deadline. Of course, the BestPoker bonuses stands out as they offer deposit bonuses in categories that suits beginners to advanced players.