Spin & Go your way to Paradise, and the PokerStars Championship Bahamas

For many people the week started early this morning with winter making its presence known with a merciless cold slap across your face. It's at times like these that thoughts wander back in the direction of the warm bed recently departed, or at least a cup of coffee. Then you start thinking of the long view- how to escape to somewhere brighter, warmer, and more hospitable.

Well, we think we might have a plan.

PokerStars is firing up the Spin & go promotion machine again, giving you a chance to Spin you're your way to big prizes, in this case to the PokerStars Championship Bahamas on Paradise Island in January.


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It's there that you'll make poker history taking part in the first PokerStars championship event, while outside the sun shines, the beach shimmers, and pink drinks with umbrellas are only a few moments away.

The price of this poker paradise? Ten dollars.

Actually, it's more like $10,565. That's the actual value of the packages you can win in our special promotional Spin & Go's. For you though it's ten bucks, and the ten minutes or so each Spin & Go takes to play.

This opportunity begins today, with Spin & Go's running in the PokerStars lobby. In just a few minutes you could be in receipt of a package consisting of:

• A seat in the $5,000 PokerStars Championship Bahamas Main Event (January 8-14, 2017)
• Nine nights' accommodation for you and a guest at the Atlantis Resort, Nassau, including all taxes and internet, from January 6-15
• $1,002 for travel expenses, credited to your account within 72 hours
• $1,000 hotel room folio, credited upon your arrival at the hotel

These limited edition Spin & Go's start today, and run through to Sunday December 4, 2016. Prizes apply to the top tier of Spin & Go contests, which have a $10 buy-in.


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Get started right away, and we'll see you in Paradise.

Don't have a PokerStars account? Getting one couldn't be easier and takes just a few minutes. Click here to get started.


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