PokerStars 10th Anniversary: Big money in final days

December 14, 2011


After more than a month of celebration parties, giveaways, and excitement, it seems hard to believe the PokerStars 10th Anniversary celebration is getting ready to come to a close. When a party goes on for a so long, it starts to feel like the road goes on forever. But this weekend is the end. Might as well go out with the biggest of bangs, right?

Just in case the month-long party has your head swimming, we’ve put together a quick primer on what you need to remember for the next few days. It’s short, but it’s important.

$10 million guarantee Sunday Million

On Sunday, PokerStars will host the 10th Anniversary $10 million guaranteed Sunday Million. You can qualify right now for as little as $1, or pay the relatively small $215 buy-in for a chance at a guaranteed $2 million first prize. This could easily end up being the biggest Sunday Million of all time. With four days to go until the cards go in the air, six thousand people are already registered. Satellites are running around the clock. It’s not to be missed. It kicks off at the normal time, 16:30 ET.

$10,000 High Roller

If you’re looking for a bigger buy-in, the 10th Anniversary $10,000 High Roller event will go off at 15:30 ET on Sunday. The $500,000 guaranteed event will have some of the biggest names in the game in it and is sure to be a star-studded affair.

10th Anniversary Battle of the Planets Points Week

In case you missed it, this week the Battle of the Planets Sit & Go Leader Boards awarding double cash prizes across all divisions. You can play as few as 20 of your favorite tournaments and end up getting a share of a lot of extra prizes. Added to that, any player who beats a 10th Anniversary Target Score on their Leader Board will be awarded a cash prize of $10,000.

So, there’s your primer. Clear your calendar and getting ready for the big finale. You don’t want to have to say you missed the best part of the party.

For full information on the celebrations, visit the PokerStars 10th Anniversary page.



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