Making millionaires in our Spin & Go anniversary
If you're not sure what a Spin & Go is, where have you been for the past year? That's how long it's been since the first one cranked into action, turning a few dollars into much, much more on the spin of a wheel.
Come to think of it, it's been more than a few dollars here and there. More than $3 billion (yes, that's a B not an M) has been won by PokerStars players. There's something about a fast-paced three player tournament that turns heads and sets the imagination into overdrive. It's hardly surprising. Over the past year PokerStars has made five Spin and Go millionaires. Now we're looking to make more.
During our Spin & Go anniversary celebrations we're giving you the chance to turn $0.50 into $1 million, with even more chances to win in games with buy-ins up to $100.
The process, even for new players, is simple. Spin & Go's start as soon as three players have registered to play, at which point a spinner in the middle of the table reveals how large the prize pool will be. We're not going to lie to you, it's the most exciting part of the game. It could be anything from double your buy-in up to the staggering 2,000,000 times your $0.50 buy-in (if you hit the million dollar prize). So just to be safe make sure you sit down for that part.
But this is our anniversary, so we've got plenty of things going on to give you a shot at a million.
For instance, you can get five $1 Million Spin & Go tickets for free by depositing $10 USD or more before 23:59 ET on November 1, 2015. Just use the bonus code 'ANNIVERSARY', and we'll credit your account with a Spin & Go ticket bundle worth $2.50 in total.
There are also daily challenges to complete between now until November 1, which you can find in the Challenges Window in the PokerStars client. In short, there's no reason not to have a shot at winning big, bigger, or biggest.
So for all the details, the how-tos, and more, check out the Spin & Go anniversary page. And if you're thinking now might be a good time to open a PokerStars account we couldn't agree more. You can do that in a few simple steps by clicking here.
Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.