MicroMillions 12: The perfect antidote to high ambition and low bankroll

MicroMillions 12 continues, with seven more results since yesterday, and all of them meeting those now signature attributes of a MicroMillions win.

* A low buy-in meaning events are open to the maximum number of players, with prizes big enough to boost any bankroll.
* A hugely competitive field made up of pros and amateurs alike.
* A recognised online poker title (90 in total), in multiple variants, with structures that encourage skilful play.

Frankly, if you're high on ambition, and low on bankroll, there's no better place to play.


close_look_26july16.jpgSure, the buy-ins are small in MicroMillions but the payoffs are relatively enormous

As the following players (and the thousands who cashed behind them) discovered, turning a few dollars into thousands.

EVENTBUY-InPRIZEPOOLWINNERCOUNTRYPRIZE MONEY
48$3.30$30,966.00Trem_mineiroBrazil$3,142.51
49$5.50$33,275.00aunty_kimmy1Australia$4,735.08
50$2.20$54,044.00mati133Poland$6,156.71
51$4.40$46,036.00yarost29Russia$6,020.10
52$3.30$88,944.00AdzetasUK$10,879.56
53$2.20$18,114.00LeBresilBrazil$2,272.05
54$5.50$21,985.00Vve$leyBrazil$3,092.33


The big winner from those was Adzetas of Brazil (one of three Brazilians to win since yesterday) who earned $10,879 in Event #52, a no-limit hold'em "bubble dash". All that for an initial investment of $3.30.

Play continues today with six more events with buy-ins ranging from $5.50 at the top end, to 0.11 cents at the other. Those are amount that just ask you to make this a memorable day.

Good luck to everyone in MicroMillions today. Catch up with details of event and how to qualify on the MicroMillions homepage.


Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog. Follow him on Twitter: @StephenBartley.