Participate in over 100 on-line poker tournaments within the PokerStars Turbo Collection


PokerStars kicked off its Turbo Series on February 21st with the promotion scheduled to continue through March 8th. The series features a huge schedule of 134 online poker events and over $ 25 million in prize money. There's plenty for the players to enjoy, with events ranging in buy-ins so players of any bankroll can compete against each other.

Details of the series

The Turbo series started with Event # 1, a Starter of the No-Limit Hold & # 39; em serieswith a total of $ 100,000 in prize money. The event had a low buy-in of $ 55 and a little over 3,400 players entered the event. In the end, it was online gamer Gaul4200 who took first place for $ 24,472.31.

Next up was Event # 2, that NLHE 8-Max, PKO Hyper-Eventwith a total of $ 100,000 in prize money. This event had an even lower buy-in of $ 11. Over 12,000 players entered, resulting in a total prize pool of $ 124,175. It was online player TheNizzleRat who won the tournament and took home just over $ 11,000 for his efforts.

Every day there are new events to take advantage of. PokerStars Offers multiple game styles, but most of the action is traditional Texas Hold & # 39; em. One of the most anticipated events in the series is Event # 127, the Main event.

This tournament has a buy-in of $ 1,050 and has a large Prize pool of $ 2 million. This event will take place towards the end of the series on March 7th. On the same day, players can enter the Low Main Event for just $ 55. This tournament has a lot going for it lower buy-in and a $ 1 million prize pool.

Qualification for events

With so many low buy-in events, it's relatively easy to afford to attend multiple online poker events. Qualifiers are included for the larger buy-ins PokerStars To provide seating at much lower prices. There are qualifiers that start at pennies and allow you to get a seat in big tournaments like the main event.

For the main event high, the site offers The fast lane and especially Spin & Go’s with buy-ins from $ 4 and $ 22. This is much lower than the $ 1,050 buy-in for the tournament!

Online poker action continues

PokerStars started 2021 with a bang and had already hosted several major events alongside its regular services. Just a few weeks ago, the website was giving players access to the 50/50 series, including the main event.

Dedicated satellites were set up for this event so players could buy in to compete for a seat for just $ 1.10. The gradual approach allowed players to work their way up to one seat in the 50/50 Series Main Event.

PokerStars also launched in Michigan in early February. The brand now offers after a partnership with the Little Traverse Bay Band of the Odawa Indian Gaming Authority. Players can access online poker options through PokerStars and through sports betting through FOX Bet and online casino games in Stars Casino.