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Poker players in Michigan and New Jersey — it’s almost time to SCOOP!

Both the Michigan Spring Championship of Online Poker and New Jersey Spring Championship of Online Poker begin tomorrow, Saturday, May 8.

Click to learn more about the 2021 MISCOOP


Over on PokerStars MI, the MISCOOP includes 120 tournaments totaling $2 million in guaranteed prize pools. Like all SCOOPs, it will feature “high,” “medium,” and “low” buy-in tiers, enabling players of all stakes to get in on the action.

MISCOOP culminates with a two-day, $300 buy-in Main Event (the “high” version). That one sports a big $200,000 guarantee.

On PokerStars NJ, the NJSCOOP features a even more packed schedule with 165 tournaments adding up to just over $1.2 million in guarantees.

There, too, the “high” Main Event has a $300 buy-in, with the guarantee there set at $100,000.

Click to learn more about the 2021 NJSCOOP


Both tournament series will also have ongoing satellites and freerolls throughout.

Those include Second Chance Freerolls in which players who bust shy of the cash in an event receive free entry. The freerolls award tourney tickets to other events.

Both PokerStars MI and PokerStars NJ are also each hosting a big Depositor Freeroll on the day of the Main Event, Sunday, May 23.

On either site, just deposit at least $30 before then — use the “MISCOOP” bonus code on PokerStars MI, “NJSCOOP” on PokerStars NJ — to earn a free seat. Those Depositor Freerolls are each awarding 50 free entries into the $300 Main Events.

There are also special $3 Spin & Go’s happening on both sites in which players can win Main Event seats as well.

Reminder: PokerStars MI is only available to players located within Michigan. Likewise, PokerStars NJ is only available for players in New Jersey.

Both series run May 8-24. Click here to find the full series schedules for both the MISCOOP and NJSCOOP, as well as for more details about each series.

Are you a Michigan poker player and want to play MISCOOP? Get more information here.

And for New Jersey poker players wanting to get involved with NJSCOOP, click here to learn more.

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