If you want to play online poker over the holidays then PokerStars has exactly what you are looking for, since their brand-new PokerStars New Year Series has a massive $40,000,000 in guaranteed prize pools.
Start the year off with a bang 💥 with the New Year Series! ♠️
🏆 $40M GTD throughout the series!
📅 Dec 25th – Jan 17th
🧾 334 tournaments (L, M and H)
♠️ Main Events ($109/$1,050/$5,200) guarantee $3.75 million
— PokerStars UK & IRE (@PokerStarsUK) December 19, 2022
The New Year Series already kicks off tomorrow!
PokerStars starts the year 2023 with a bang by launching a brand-new online tournament series called PokerStars New Year Series, which features 334 events and over $40M in guarantees!
It kicks off tomorrow on Christmas Day, December 25th 2022 and will run until January 17th 2023.
Over $40,000,000 GTD in 334 events
There is more than a staggering $40,000,000 up for grabs over the next 24 days.
Absolute highlight are the three Main Events (low, medium and high), which run from January 15-17 and guarantee $3,750,000 alone.
And the best thing about the PokerStars New Year Series is that it has something for every taste and bankroll.
Buy-ins starts as low as $2.20 and go all the way up until $10,000 for the high roller event. In addition to that, the series covers all the different poker games and formats.
Main Events (January 15-17, 2023)
- $109 buy-in – $1,000,000 GTD
- $1,050 buy-in – $1,250,000 GTD
- $5,200 buy-in – $1,500,000 GTD
2023 Themed Special Events on January 1st
- $20.23 buy-in – $400,000 GTD
- $202.30 buy-in -$1,000,000 GTD
- $2,023 buy-in – – $400,000 GTD
- High Roller Week from January 8-15 featuring a $10,300 buy-in Super Tuesday and a $5,200 Thursday Thrill
- $215 PLO Main Event with $200,000 guaranteed on January 15th 2023
As in every big online tournament series on PokerStars there will be three different buy-in levels (low, medium and high) for every single event.
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