Plenty to look out for on a busy PokerStars weekend
Time flies when you're having fun, or if you're counting down the days until the next weekend when you can avenge yourself, and your premature departure, from the Sunday Majors the week before. It's the great thing about the weekend Majors on PokerStars - however bad things go one week, you can always find redemption a week later.
Well there's a whole schedule of redemption awaiting players this weekend, with the usual line up of events on offer. As always the Sunday Warm-Up and Sunday million will headline events, but there are plenty of other happy distractions for the player with a free weekend and no need to go outside.
Actually, you can start your weekend now by qualifying for the weekend's biggest tournaments in any one of the number of smaller satellites up and running. Save yourself a few dollars and ratchet up your returns in one fell swoop. Check out the tournament lobby for details.
Meanwhile, if you're looking for some live action this weekend the premier event plays on in Seoul, where the Asia Pacific Poker Tour delivers a series of events. If you can't get to South Korea you can follow all the action right here on the PokerStars Blog, all the way through to the final table.
And if that ignites an urge to play some live poker, and you're in the vicinity of Nottingham, England, on Monday, make your way to the Dust Till Dawn poker club, where the next leg of the UK and Ireland Poker Tour gets underway with nine events planned. It's typically a great place to play, made more so next week by the £1 million guarantee for the £1,100 Main Event. Last year they had 1,223 players, so at the very least we can guarantee you company. There's also a £3,200 High Roller and the £330 Nottingham Cup. It should prove a great start to the week, depending on how your Sunday goes.
That's your weekend planned. Good luck to everyone whether that's online, in Seoul or closer to home in Nottingham. We'll have a full report on the weekend on Monday.
NOTE: This post originally said the the fourth Anniversary Sunday Storm tournament was this Sunday. Our apologies. This event is actually on April 19.
Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.