GGPoker microMILLION$ Low-stakes tournament grinders after get forgotten about when it comes to online poker festivals but not at GGPoker , which launches its microMILLION$ series on June 19 . Everyone knows GGPoker is the place to be for the biggest buy-in tournaments and the richest festivals, having just hosted the biggest-ever online poker series , but now micro-stakes players have the chance to bask in the glory of becoming a poker champion and win some massive prizes for a small outlay.
The GGPoker microMILLION$ begins on June 19 and runs through to June 26 before its Main Event commence on July 3. Buy-ins for the events start at only $1.05 and increase to a maximum of $25 . Despite the buy-ins being at the most affordable end of the scale, microMILLION$ events have guaranteed prize pools starting at $5,000 and soaring to a jaw-dropping $1 million! Tot up all the guarantees and you arrive at a figure of $5 million, although they are likely to pay out much more.
Sarne Lightman , Global Head of GGPoker, says the aim of microMILLION$ is to make poker fun and exciting for everyone.
“If you’re sick of the same old tournament series, then the new microMILLION$ is for you. We’re aiming to put the fun and excitement back into poker, and with buy-ins from around $1 and over $5 million to be won , microMILLION$ tournaments are for everyone to enjoy.”
Some 21 events kickstart the microMILLION$ on June 19, including the first Day 1 of the $5 Mini Global MILLION$ . This low-stake affair features several Day 1s as it attempts to hit an ambitious guarantee that tips the scales at a whopping $250,000 . Full microMILLION$ Schedule
Check out the expandable table below if you want to see the bustling microMILLION$ schedule in all of its glory. Two $1 Million Guaranteed Events
Although the microMILLION$ events conclude on June 26, the series continues through to July 4, thanks to the Main Events and Mystery Bounty tournaments taking place over that weekend.
The $10.50 buy-in Mystery Bounty shuffles up and deal at 8:30 p.m. […]
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