Qualify for this week's big online events

PokerStars hosts the biggest and best poker tournaments in the world every week. Check out five of the best right here. Clicking the links will take you straight to the tournament lobby so that you can register right away.

UKIPT Bristol direct satellite, £11+R [3x-Turbo], 1 UKIPT Bristol main event seat guaranteed, Thursday July 2 at 21:00 GMT

The UK & Ireland Poker Tour returns to home soil with the Bristol leg. It will be the first time the UKIPT has crossed the border into Somerset - expect plenty of cider, entertaining table talk and exciting poker with a huge prize pool. Qualify now in this £11 rebuy satellite that has a turbo structure to ensure the action is fast and furious throughout. Good luck!

• The Big $75, $75 buy-in with $30k Gtd, Wednesday July 1 at 15:00 GMT

The Big $75 is a classic tournament on the daily PokerStars schedule, starting at 15:00 GMT and boasting a cool $30,000 prize pool. If $75 is a lot to invest then there are regular satellites into this event, starting from just $1.65.

• The Hot $7.50 (Turbo), $7.50 buy-in with $15k Gtd, Friday July 3 at 22:30 GMT

Enter the weekend in style with this late night turbo tournament on Friday night. An affordable $7.50 buy-in and a fast-moving tournament structure mean that you could be waking up on Saturday morning with a healthy boost to your PokerStars bankroll.

• Sunday Storm, $11 buy-in with $275k Gtd, Sunday June 21 at 18:30 GMT

The Sunday Storm attracts a huge field every week and, with a $300k Gtd prizepool available for just an $11 investment, it's not hard to see why! Get in the action this Sunday and take the poker world by storm.

• Sunday Million, $215 buy-in with $1m Gtd, Sunday June 21 at 19:30 GMT

The Sunday Million is the world's biggest weekly online poker tournament, with a guaranteed prize pool of $1m and over $150k usually going to the winner each week. Some of the biggest names in online poker have taken down this prestigious prize - will you be next? Satellites are running now to get in the action for a fraction of the $215 buy-in. Take it down!

Brad Willis
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