The Common Cents poker celebration occurs on PokerStars from Oct. 5-11, showcasing 14 tournaments all costing under $1 with a minimum of $250,000 in combined guaranteed rewards.
The online poker series starts on Oct. 5 at 14:05 ET with the Common Cents Kick-Off $100K GTD, a freezeout tournament costing simply a cent with a big six-digit guaranteed prize swimming pool. For simply one cent, one fortunate player will win the leading prize guaranteed to be a minimum of $10,000 disallowing any offers at the final table.
After this event, the tournament buy-ins gradually enhance to $0.11, $0.22, $0.33– and so on– up until Oct. 11 at 15:00 ET when the Common Cents Main Event happens. The Main event, includes a really sensible $0.99 buy-in, supplying poker players lots of value with a healthy $25,000 guaranteed prize swimming pool.
Exactly what’s more is that lots of players will have the ability to play in the Common Cents Main Event totally free. Throughout the very first 13 occasions, PokerStars will be granting a random table every a ticket to the $0.99 Main Event every minute for the very first hour of play. This amounts to a minimum of 500 tickets in each event, or over 6,500 tickets throughout the very first 13 occasions.
PokerStars will likewise be hosting a leaderboard for the players that carry out the very best throughout the series a share of $1,000. The player that completes on top of the leaderboard will not just be able to take pleasure in all the rewards they have actually made from each tournament they cashed in, however likewise get $100 from the leaderboard competitors.
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On the heels of effective World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP)– where higher-stakes players contended for a share of more than a guaranteed $45 million– PokerStars simply presented a brand-new tournament series called Common Cents– which must show to be preferable for the “common” player on its network.