Get prepared for the massive finale of probably the most iconic low-stakes sequence on the earth. At least $1,000,000 might be up for grabs tonight at 19:05 CET.
The hottest low buy-in on-line poker pageant has as soon as once more been a full success at PokerStars as MicroMillions made its 18th return to the tourney schedule on the greatest poker site of the world.
The 110 low-stakes occasions hosted up till this Sunday delivered greater than inexpensive buy-ins beginning at simply $1.10 whereas nonetheless promising to paying out hundreds of thousands in winnings.
The MicroMillions Main Event is now slated for this night at 19:05 CET, coming with the standard buy-in of simply $22 whereas nonetheless guaranteeing a seven-figure prize pool of at the very least $1 million.
Half Price Sunday Storm this night
Futhermore, there’s additionally a Half Price Sunday Storm scheduled for tonight at 20:05 CET, performed as a PKO and in addition coming with a buy-in of simply $5.50 whereas guaranteeing $200,000.
Apart from that, 9 different occasions of MicroMillions 18 will nonetheless be performed out in the present day, amongst them an $11 Turbo PKO occasion at 15:30 CET with a prize pool of $20,000.
The Biggest $55 proper subsequent on Monday
While bringing their extremely standard MicroMillions pageant tonight, PokerStars additionally launched an enormous $55 match with a prize pool assure of at the very least $1 million this week.
The match is that includes all kinds of “Phase 1” flights out there across the clock within the PokerStars consumer till Monday, 17:00 CET, all resulting in a ultimate Phase 2 on November 30 at 20:05 CET with at the very least $1,000,000 on the road.
That’s not a file assure by all means for the most important poker site on the earth, nonetheless with the Sunday Million a prize pool like that often comes with double the buy-in.
At least 20,000 entries might be wanted for PokerStars to satisfy the assure with out an overlay, be sure to do not miss out on this uncommon alternative to play for a share of a seven-figure prize pool with solely a double-digit buy-in.