The $9,000 PokerNews PokerStars Western European League is still anyone’s game and as its open to everyone, so make sure you take to the felt!
There is a new leader on the $9,000 PokerNews PokerStars Western European League leaderboard as another event has been entered the record books.
Last week it was Moneyman2511 who took down the victory and the 30 league points to catapult himself up into second place behind Mammaatje in the overall standings. He now trails by just two points despite playing in three events less, going to show it is never too late to get in on the action.
$9,000 PokerNews PokerStars Western European League Leaderboard
The next event is set to take place on Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 2000 WET and is scheduled as a $3+0.30 No Limit Hold’em Heads-Up tournament and features a free $100 added prize pool.
Remember that the PokerNews League is open to players from all regions and the events are played every Wednesday at 2000 WET.
Weekly $9,000 PokerNews PokerStars Western European League Tournaments
|5: Nov. 9 at 2000 WET — $3+$0.3 NL Heads-up ($100 added)|
|6: Nov. 16 at 2000 WET — $3+$0.3 NL Full Ring ($100 added)|
|7: Nov. 23 at 2000 WET — $3+$0.3 NL Turbo ($100 added)|
|8: Nov. 30 at 2000 WET — $3+$0.3 PL 6-max ($100 added)|
|9: Dec. 7 at 2000 WET — $3+$0.3 NL Deep Stack Full Ring ($100 added)|
|10: Dec. 14 at 2000 WET — $3+$0.3 NL Heads-Up ($100 added)|
Each time a player takes to the tables in the PokerNews League they will receive one league point just for participating, while it is the Top 10 players each week who take home the biggest share of league points
League Point Payout Structure
If you think it’s too late to start accumulating enough points to make your way up the leaderboard, think again as a wild card tournament opportunity gives players the chance to earn double league points in a chosen event. Double points means a player could potentially earn 42 points in one week which would give them enough grunt to soar up the top of the leader board.
It is the PokerNews League Final which all the players are aiming to the qualify for and only the top 27 on the league leaderboard will secure a spot in the final on Dec. 21 at 2000 WET.
The top 18 finishers in the final will win a share of the generous $9,000 which is in place for the final. See below for a breakdown of how the final is going to payout the eventual winners.
$9,000 League Final Payout Structures
Don’t forget that the $9,000 PokerNews PokerStars Western European League is open to all players, while there are also seven other leagues which are only open to specific regions.
The Australasian League is also open to all players and features a $5,000 prize pool. This means players from all around the world can play in a total of three PokerNews leagues! Click on the links below to follow the progress and the leader board standings of each region’s league.
Western European League: The league features a $9,000 prize pool and is locked to players with accounts based in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Liechtenstein, Austria and the Netherlands.
If you don’t have an account yet but would like to start playing the PokerNews Leagues, make sure you utilize the 100% up to $600 first-deposit bonus by using the marketing code UKPOKERNEWS and the bonus code STARS600 when signing-up to PokerStars through PokerNews.
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