2nd July 2013: .... PokerStars Micromillions
PokerStars MicroMillions returns - win your share of $$ millions and you won't have to break the bank to do it. Micromillions is the biggest low-stakes tournament series in the world, running between the 18th and 28th of July 2013.
You can buy in from just $0.11 and there is $5 million in guaranteed prizes, play up to 10 tournaments every single day and take your chance to win the big prizes for a micro stake.
Here's the lowdown on PokerStars Micromillions 5:
* 100 events between July 18-28
* $5 million in guaranteed cash prizes
* Buy-ins from as little as $0.11
* $22 Main Event with a $1M GTD prize pool
* Round the clock tournaments to suit your schedule
Anyone can play this tournament, no matter how big your bankroll is - click here to register for Micromillions
19th June 2013: .... Sam Trickett up to second place in all time money list
Sam Trickett of Nottingham in England has move up to second place in the poker All Time Money List. Trickett has won over $2.3 million in the last six months alone to rocket him up the standings to second place with a total career earnings of $19.8 million, just behind all-time money leader Antionio Estandiari.
Sam Trickett has been around the poker tables since 2007 and after three years of modest earnings his career took off when he made second place in the 2010 WSOP $5000 No Limit Holdem, scooping a $505k prize. He added another five lesser prizes at the same event and hasn't looked back since. Trickett has won prize money of over one million dollars at poker events on no less than four separate occasions.
16th June 2013: .... Poker Stars World Record Freeroll
Sunday June 16th 2013, Poker Stars will be running the biggest ever
freeroll poker tournament in the world. You can play for a share of the
prize pool of an incredible $300,000, with a top prize of $25,000 for
the winner. Thousands of other cash prizes are also up for graps in this
epic showdown that will unite poker players across the world.
taking part you can become part of poker history when PokerStars set
the record for the number one biggest poker tournament ever played with a
target of 225,000 players at the table. Previously, the record was also
set by PokerStars when 200,000 players took part in a tournament in
December 2011 at EPT Prague.
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