December was not the best month of the year for poker players, with very few events being scheduled around the winter holidays. On the other hand, 2015 started on the right foot, especially for those who have an account with PokerStars and don’t mind participating in tournaments. A total of $50 million will be split among those who make a deep run in these events and the winners will receive the lion’s share, which is hardly a surprise.
This campaign will last until the money runs out and the February festival challenges is the natural continuation of the events that Players at the edge of their seats in December and January. There are plenty of side events and tournaments to choose from, but the highlight of this campaign goes by the name of $1 Million in a Single Spin & Go promotion.
It is obvious that this promotion will make players rich overnight and all that players need to do is to commit at least $5 when playing in sit and go tournaments. By doing so, they will enter the race for $1 million and this represents only 10% of the total prize pool, so there will be plenty of other opportunities. If you don’t win at first, don’t give into despair and sign up for more tournaments, because they are expected to last until the end of the month.
The winners are randomly selected, when milestone hands are dealt, so all you need to do is to get the right table at the right time. The paycheck that the winner will collect revolves around $250,000, but the other participants in the hand will also receive a decent amount. It makes no difference whether you win or lose the pot, all that matters is to be a part of such a hand.
The other tournament that is going to appeal to online poker players goes by the name of Knockout Your Opponents and the guaranteed prize pool for this event is $5 million. This promotion will conclude two weeks from now, so time is of the essence and it would be a shame to miss out on this excellent opportunity. Every single day, the $50 With Red Aces Zoom & BOOM promotion will award $50 to lucky players, with the only requirement being for participants to reach the flop stage.