Don't Miss $50 Million in Guarantees During 2021 PokerStars Winter Series

PokerStars Winter Series

PokerStars is the place to be over the festival period if you are a fan of tournament poker because it is here that the massive Winter Series takes place. The Winter Series returns to PokerStars from December 25 and guarantees to award at least $50 million by the time the final champion is crowned on January 12.

Winter Series features an incredible 291 events spread across low, medium, and high tier buy-ins. Those buy-ins start at only $2.20, climb to $10,300, and have everything else in between.

Winter Series Opening Day

Make sure you do not overindulge on Christmas Day because there are 14 Winter Series events on the opening day of the online poker festival. Eleven of those opening day events are No-Limit Hold’em, and includes a pair of $300,000 guaranteed tournaments in the shape of a $109 and a $1,050 Progressive KO. The other three Day 1 events see 5-card PLO players battle it out in $2.20, $22, and $215 buy-in tournaments.

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$1 Million Guaranteed For Only $55

It is difficult to single out one particular tournament as a highlight because there so many amazing events on the busy schedule. That said, Boxing Day, December 26, has a must-play tournament at 6:05 p.m. GMT.

Winter Series 09-L: $55 NLHE [8-Max, Sunday Supreme, Progressive KO] only costs $55 to enter, less if you win your way in via the satellites starting at $2.20, but it comes with a guaranteed prize pool of $1 million! This means the event needs 20,000 entrants if PokerStars is to avoid paying an overlay. Up to three re-entries are allowed during the 3.75 hour late registration period, so it is a good idea to try to win yourself multiple bullets in the many satellites running around the clock.

The Sunday Two Million

January 2, 2022 sees the Sunday Million take place, but do so with a welcomed twist. The tournament’s buy-in returns to $215 from $109 but PokerStars is doubling the guarantee to $2 million!

Cards are in the air from 6:05 p.m. GMT on January 2, and there are scores of cut-price satellites feeding into this massive event.

Those of you who frequent lower-stakes have your own special edition Sunday Million to compete in. It took runs on January 2, but at the slightly later time of 6:30 p.m. BST. The Mini Sunday Million will set you back $22 to enter, and comes with an impressive $300,000 guaranteed prize pool.

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Four Massive Main Events

No PokerStars festival would be complete without at least one Main Event for you to get your teeth into. The Winter Series has a trio of No-Limit Hold’em Main Events and one for Pot-Limit Omaha grinders.

All three No-Limit Hold’em Main Events shuffle up and deal at 6:05 p.m. GMT on January 9. They come with $55, $530, and $5,200 buy-ins, which give you the opportunity to fight it out for a slice of $1 million, $1.5 million, and $2 million guaranteed prize pools respectively.

The PLO Main Event also starts on January 9, but at 7:15 p.m. GMT. It commands a $215 buy-in, and boasts of a prize pool weighing in at no less than $250,000.

Fancy a $600 Welcome Bonus?

You’ll obviously need a PokerStars account if you want to fight it out in the $50 million guaranteed Winter Series.

If you don’t have an account, download PokerStars via PokerNews to snag your lucrative welcome bonus worth up to $600.

Create your free PokerStars account, make a deposit using the bonus code "STARS600" and PokerStars matches your deposit 100 percent up to $600. In fact, your first three deposits in the first 60-days after creating your account are matched up to a combined $600.

You then have four months to release as much of this bonus as you can by playing real money poker, including Sunday Million Spin & Go tournaments.

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