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PokerStars Blowout Series with a total guarantee of $60 000 000

PokerStars Blowout Series

PokerStars announced a winter tournament series with a big guarantee called Blowout Series.

As part of this series, 88 events with three buy-in levels and a total guaranteed prize pool of $60 000 000 will take place from 27 December to 19 January.

Buy-ins are divided into three levels, so each player can find the tournament according to his bankroll. The buy-ins will range from $2.2 to $10 300. Series guarantees will start from $10 000 tournaments and end with Sunday events with $5 000 000 guarantees.

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About $14 000 000 from the total guarantee of series will be raffled before the New Year. The New Year's Bash tournament will become a real gift for the fans of micro-stakes, which will start on 1 January, 2021, at 13:05 UTC. The buy-in of this tournament will cost $11 with a huge guarantee of $2 000 000.

As part of given series, the tournaments in almost all available poker disciplines will be held: Omaha Hi/ Lo, 5-Card Omaha, NL Hold'em, Pot Limit Omaha and H.O.R.S.E.

Every Sunday at 13:05 UTC, the largest BIG BLOWOUT tournaments with $5 000 000 guarantees will be held. Buy-ins of these tournaments will cost $109, $215, $530 and $1 050.

There won’t be any main Main Event at the series. However, there is “The Series Saver” that will be held in a format of progressive knockout. It will also be conducted with three buy-in levels: $11, $109 and $1 050 and with the guarantees of $175 000, $500 000 and $1 000 000, respectively.

You can see the series full schedule on PokerStars official website. Soon, these tournaments should appear in the poker room’s lobby.

In addition, you are able to win tickets to this series in the promo "Ticket Machine Blowout" with a total prize money of $2 000 000, which starts on 27 December.

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