Sunday, 17 June 2012
We love a bargain here at Bluff Towers and that is exactly what PokerStars is offering with reduced entry for some of its best weekly tournaments today.
The guarantees will remain the same but the buy-ins will be reduced by 50% in five great events.For one day only players can take part in the following events at a bargain price.Sunday Kickoff (08:00 ET) $54.50 Sunday Warm-Up (11:00 ET) $107.50 Sunday Storm (13:30 ET) $5.50Sunday Million (14:30 ET) $107.50Women's Sunday (14:30 ET) $27.50 “It's that simple. There aren't any tricks. There is no fine print. Just show up and pay half the price to play for big money,” read a statement from PokerStars.Qualify for the half price Sunday events even more cheaply at PokerStars with a first deposit of up to £400. Sign up here.
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