Win big for less with Common Cents at PokerStars

A new micro tourney series awaits us at PokerStars where players can turn cents into big prizes, amongst them a Platinum Pass worth $30,000.

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PokerStars have announced a new week-long tournament series starting this Sunday, June 24 and offering big prizes with buy-ins only ranging from $0.01 to $0.99.

The Common Cents series will feature 23 tournaments in total, with the very first event this Sunday at 20:00 CEST guaranteeing a prize pool of $100,000 while having a buy-in of just $0.01.

The last time PokerStars offered such a tournament in 2015 a Guinness World Record for the largest online poker tournament ever was set with 253,692 participants.

The Main Event of the series is due on July 1 at 20:00 CEST offering a $25,000 guaranteed prize pool for a buy-in of just $0.99.

With cents to a $30,000 Platinum Pass

During the Common Cents series players can also opt-in to a special challenge where they have to play at least four Common Cents events this year to be automatically entered into an All-in Shootout on July 2 at 19:47 CEST.

In the Shootout one player will then walk away with a Platinum Pass worth $30,000, the hottest ticket in poker right now, granting entry to the $25K PokerStars Players NL Hold'em Championship in the Caribbean in January 2019.

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Daily Tournament Schedule from June 24 to July 1
Event Time Event Speed
17:00 CEST Varying
20:00 CEST Regular
22:00 CEST Hyper and Turbo

The full schedule for the series can be found in the PokerStars software under the Common Cents tab.

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  • IamViki

    #1

    i hope that there might be an overlay in 0,01$ tourney