Get a piece of PokerStars' Million Dollar Men

In just about six weeks, we're going to see six PokerStars players sit down at one of poker's most historic final tables. PokerStars' Million Dollar Men Dennis Phillips, Ivan Demidov, Peter Eastgate, Ylon Schwartz, Darus Suharto and David ‘Chino’ Rheem will be vying for the World Series Main Event championship and the $9,119,517 first prize.

While we'll all be rooting for the Million Dollar Men, PokerStars has decided to let all of its players in on the action. Starting this weekend, we'll see freerolls, last-longer tourneys, and events that let you get a piece of whatever the Million Dollar Men win at the World Series.

The Million Dollar Men Freerolls

Starting this weekend and running through October 17, PokerStars will be hosting daily freerolls that can win you a seat in the Million Dollar Men Main Event. Seat winners will get a shot to play against the Million Dollar Men in a giant tournament with a $100,000 first place prize. You can get full information at the Million Dollar Men Freeroll page.


Get a piece!

PokerStars will also be hosting a sweet series of tournaments that gives you a chance to win a piece of the Million Dollar Men's action. The Top 100 finishers in these events will not only win some great cash prizes, but also pick up a piece of World Series action. For all you need to know, check out the Win a Share tournaments page.


Last longer, anyone?

The Million Dollar Men have already outlasted more than 6,800 players at the World Series. Now you have your chance to see if you can outlast them. PokerStars is going to be hosting special a "Outlast the Million Dollar Men" tournament for just $5.50. There looks to be $25,000 in added prizes to the October 7 event.

PokerStars has also announced it will be running single-table VIP tournaments and putting cash bounties on the heads of the Million Dollar Men.

For full information on those events, visit the Play with the Million Dollar Men page.

For more information on all the new promotions, visit the the PokerStars Million Dollar Men page.

Brad Willis
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