PokerStars starts High roller series in late November
Do you remember the days when thousands of spectators and railbirds were chained to their monitors to watch high-stakes games online?
Many green bills on PokerStars
This time is likely to return to PokerStars at least a little bit at the end of this month. The provider launches a completely new high-stakes online series with tournaments. For players who have a particularly rich bankroll. From November 26th to December 4th, PokerStars will be hosting a total of 22 tournaments and a total of $ 11.4 million in prize-winning series.
Highroller series on PokerStars
PokerStars has been focusing on recreational players lately trying to make the games as appealing as possible to amateurs and casual gamers. At the same time, however, PokerStars has also focused on high roller tournaments. So every Sunday there is a $ 2,000 High roller Sunday tournament and now this highroller series.
The 22 tournaments will buy INS between 1050 and 10.300 dollars. Almost all tournaments have a very slow structure and go over two days. 18 tournaments will be played in No-Limit-Hold’em, plus two PLO tournaments, one NL-Omaha-8 and one 5-Card PLO tournament. The main event will start on December 3, guaranteeing a $ 2 million prize pool for a buyin of $ 2,000. As part of the High roller series, there will also be two High roller tournaments.
It is one of a knockout tournament. There is also a Zoom tournament this is a $ 1050 3-Max KO tournament which will be one of the few tournaments in the series to have a turbo structure. Of course, PokerStars thinks at least a little bit of the opportunity for players at the High roller tournaments. As most of these tournaments already have satellites, on which you can qualify much cheaper. In December, PokerStars returns to Prague and they can already qualify online for the PSC tournaments there. There is next to the usual tournaments also a High roller event for 50,000 euros buy-in on the program. It is the last big event of the year and for reasons of tradition Prague is the venue.