Millions Online 2021: qualify for the event for just 1 cent

Millions Online 2021

For quite a long time, the largest online tournament in the whole history of poker was the Millions Online at PartyPoker. In 2018, $21 835 000 in prize money was played in the given tournament, and a year later, the prize pool again exceeded the mark of $20 000 000.

This summer, it was «knocked off the pedestal» by the WSOP Online Main Event at GGPoker. Owing to the Main Event, GGPoker got into the Guinness Book of Records, as the ME featured a record prize pool of $27 599 000.

December is considered the traditional month for holding Millions Online at PartyPoker. This year, the event has been postponed to February 2021, as the additional WSOP 2020 Main Event at GGPoker will take place in December, so all the attention will be on it.

As for the format of Millions Online, it has also been changed. A whole series dedicated to this tournament will be carried out in February, but the schedule of this festival is not yet available.

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However, it is known that the Main Event will have a $5 300 buy-in and a $20 000 000 guarantee. The organizers are planning to hold this tournament with two entry days, and players will be allowed to re-enter each of them (one time only).

  • 14.02.20 – Day 1A
  • 21.02.20 – Day 1B
  • 22.02.20 – Combined Day 2
  • Day 3 with 40-minute blinds

Satellites to the tournament

Satellites to the Main Event Millions Online are already available in the PartyPoker lobby. The minimum cost of a qualifying tournament is 1 cent, so you have the opportunity to qualify for the event with a $20 million guarantee almost for free:

  • Satellite for 1 cent – its prize pool is represented by $5.50x 10 tickets;
  • $5.50 Phase 1 – prize pool: tickets to Phase 2;
  • $55 Phase 2 – prize pool: tickets to Phase Final;
  • Phase Final – prize pool: 10 tickets to the $5 300 Millions Online.

In 2018, the football player Blaz Zerjav managed to qualify for the Millions Online, turning $5 into a massive win. The recreational player made it to the final table and finished third, which brought him $1 364 000. Such success made him reflect on quitting football for poker.

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