Once once more, six Sunday Majors will see their buy-in halved whereas retaining their GTD, with $1M up for grabs for simply $54.50 within the Sunday Million.
We’ve seen the final version just a few weeks in the past at the beginning of October, now PokerStars is correct at it once more, bringing us a one other Half Price Sunday that may see the buy-in of the Sunday Million lower in half from $109 to only $54.50.
You do not wish to miss out on one other alternative to money massive this Sunday, November 1 at 19:00 CET when the most well-liked common on-line match can be out there for a buy-in beneath $100 whereas nonetheless dispensing the long-lasting $1 million prize pool.
The low cost is a part of one other sequence of half value buy-ins which additionally sees the Sunday Warm-Up go from $215 to $107.50, coming with a $200,000 assure, in addition to the favored Sunday Storm going from $11 to a mere $5.50, whereas nonetheless guaranteeing a $125,000 six-figure prize pool.
On prime of that, PokerStars can be bringing us one other buy-in discount for the Sunday Kickoff, Cooldown and Supersonic. Compared to the final version, they’ve has additionally upped the assure for a few Half Price occasions, with the Warm-up now dispensing $200,000 as an alternative of $100,000 final time round in addition to the Kickoff ($60K to $100K), Cooldown ($175K to $250K) and Supersonic ($80K to $100K) seeing substantial GTD will increase as properly.
A uncommon probability to money massive with much less
The first version of the Half Price Sunday Million created an infinite turnout with an enormous $1,665,850 prize pool by means of greater than 33,000 entries and a major prize of $164,892 reserved for the winner. The second version in January had one other large prize pool of $1,422,600 regardless of the 50% off—and the final two editions adopted with comparable success.
So be certain that to not miss out on one other probability at a number of the greatest prizes ever for less than a two-digit buy-in this Sunday, November 1.
|Time||Tournament||Buy-in||GTD Prize Pool|
|14:00 CET||Half Price Sunday Kickoff||$54.50||$100,000|
|17:00 CET||Half Price Sunday Warm-up||$107.50||$200,000|
|19:00 CET||Half Price Sunday Million (2-Day Event)||$54.50||$1,000,000|
|20:00 CET||Half Price Sunday Storm||$5.50||$125,000|
|23:00 CET||Half Price Sunday Cooldown (PKO)||$54.50||$250,000|
|00:00 CET||Half Price Sunday Supersonic||$107.50||$100,000|
As PokerStars are once more anticipating an enormous turnout for the discounted Sunday Million, they’re retaining it a two-day occasion, with 9.5 hours performed on Sunday earlier than resuming on Monday. And as typical, there are satellites out there across the clock providing an much more cost-friendly manner to participate.