PokerStars online pros are giving away tickets to Sunday Million Live! Approximately €6,500 worth of €215 Day 1 online tickets are up for grabs... for free! Team PokerStars Pro Online crew members such as xflixx, L.Veldhuis, easywithaces and Spraggy are givign away tickets on their Twitch streams! This will span between now and the next three weeks. Log in to their Twitch feeds regularly for a chance to win a Day 1 ticket to Sunday Million Live!
Coming soon... a live version of the PokerStars Sunday Million with a €1 million guarantee in RozVegas! This special once-in-a-lifetime event will run from August 24 thru September 3 at the King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. PokerStars will allow players to play Day 1s online or live at the King's Casino.
The first season of PokerStars All Stars ran from April 12 to May 10. This private, invitation only, home game series pitted the top cash game players on PokerStars. They played a $10/$20 NLHE game and the top five winners were awarded a bonus. Hatrick19911 ended the series in the top spot and won $20,000. Daniel Negreanu reviewed the top 20 hands from the All Stars Challenge. He posted a video discussing the Top 20 hands that involved players such as 0human0, limitless, OtB_RedBaron, Sinkarma, SDMackOn, and OhHeyCindy.
Russia's BIack88 shipped the 2017 SCOOP $25K High Roller. SCOOP Event #15-High attracted 93 total entries, or 61 originals + 32 re-entries. The total prize pool was over $3M for this $2M guaranteed event. BIack88 chopped heads-up with Belarus' fish2013. Also at the final table... Apotheosis92, zcedrick, jdtjpoker, bencb789, €urop€an and stevie444. Read the final table recap via PokerStars Blog here.
The 2017 Spring Championship of Online Poker kicked off on Sunday. This year's SCOOP features 57 events with 3 levels of buy-ins. Today, the 2014 WSOP Main Event Champion Martin Jacobson binked SCOOP Event #8-H $530 NL with Rebuys. Jacobson crushed a final table that included 4 previous SCOOP champions. First place paid out approximately $107K… which is peanuts compared to the $10 million his shipped in 2014 in Vegas. Read the MGMT-inspired final table recap over at PokerStars Blog.