PokerStars 50/50 Series The popular 50/50 Series returns to the online poker giant PokerStars from June 13 and runs though to June 30. Featuring 50 tournaments each costing only $50 to enter , the 50/50 Series is everyone’s favourite budget online poker festival.
The latest 50/50 Series has events scheduled Monday through Thursday , leaving you with the weekend free from the poker grind, if you wish. Mondays see five events shuffle up and deal, with four 50/50 Series tournaments running Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Tot up all the guaranteed prize pools, and you arrive at a sum in excess of $2.5 million, which is pretty cool considering the tournaments only cost $50 to enter.
Most of the 50/50 Series schedule is made up of No-Limit Hold’em tournaments, although there are some No-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo, Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo, Pot-Limit Omaha, and Pot-Limit 5 Card Omaha events sprinkled in for good measure.
The two biggest events, in terms of guaranteed prize pools, are Event #2 and Event #35 , which are both Progressive KO Mini Bounty Builder HR SE with at least $150,000 guaranteed to be won. Full PokerStars 50/50 Series Schedule
Do not worry if the $50 buy-ins of the 50/50 Series are outside the constraints of your bankroll because there are dozens of satellites running around the clock that start from as little as $2.20 . Click the 50/50 Series tab in the PokerStars lobby, then Satellites, to reveal the latest 50/50 Series satellites. Play the Latest 50/50 Series Armed With a $600 Welcome Bonus
New depositing PokerStars customers can claim a welcome bonus worth up to $600. Download PokerStars via PokerNews , create your free account, and decide how much you want to deposit. Your deposit is matched 100% up to $600 in the form of a bonus. In fact, your first three deposits in the first 60-days after making your first deposit are matched up to a combined total of $600.
The bonus releases into your playable balance in $10 increments each time you generate 180 redemption points, which in turn are earned at a rate of five per $1 […]
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