MicroMillions 7 Coming At PokerStars

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If you are an avid online poker player and are looking for some tournaments to fill your time this coming March, PokerStars has just released the official schedule for its upcoming 7th edition of the MicroMillions. The popular tournament series will again be bringing a huge amount of events and combined guarantees of more $5 million.

It is due to kick off on the 13th of March and will consist of another mind-blowing 100 events for players to feast their eyes over.

The best thing about the MicroMillions is that practically any bankroll will be able to afford to take part in some events. The buy-ins will never go above $22 and will be as low as just $1, yet for such small investments there is still going to be some large amounts of money on offer for those that are successful.

This is because the events will all have guarantees from as low as $5k to as big as the $1 million that has been placed on the Main Event. That is $75k for the player that manages to win the Main Event, not bad for an initial buy-in of just $22 is it?

That Main Event will be starting on the 23rd of March and is likely to be the last event completed in the series.

Sunday Million Tickets For A Year For The Player Of The Series

On top of the generous guaranteed prize pools being handed out, PokerStars are even offering a fantastic prize for the player that manages to win the MicroMillions Player of the Series. The winner will get a year’s supply of free entries into the weekly Sunday Million on the site, giving them the potential to win some huge payouts.

The two players that finish behind the winner will also win prizes but it is unclear as to what they will be just yet.

The MicroMillions has always proved to be extremely popular since its conception and we are sure that is going to be the case here again. It allows everyone the chance to experience huge events and the chance at some good money, even the top pros take part too.

To take a look at the full schedule of events, simply visit the MicroMillions page.

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