Party Poker Spring Million Satellites running

Posted on by RTR Rachel

Besides the 2011 PokerStars SCOOP, the other big reason why poker players have been looking forward to the spring is the Party Poker Spring Million event. The Spring Million takes places on May 1st, and as the name implies, this event offers a $1 million guaranteed prize pool. Perhaps even better than the huge amount of money available is the multiple ways offered for making it to the Spring Million.

For starters, there are both $1 satellites and free poker qualifiers running for this event. The free qualifiers cost a few Party Points, but this is a very small price to pay to win your way into the Spring Million. There are numerous other options available including the following:

– $2 Friday Spring Million MEGA Sub Qualifier Speed Rebuy: players can win a seat into the $50 + $5 Spring Million MEGA Satellite on Friday, where at least 10 seats for the Spring Million are offered.

– $8 Spring Million Sub Qualifier: players can win a $64 + $6 Spring Million Qualifier seat, where 1 in 10 players win a Spring Million seat.

– $1 Spring Million Sub Qualifier Speed Rebuy: win a $25 + $2 Spring Million Rebuy Qualifier, where one player wins a Spring Million seat for every $640 in the prize pool.

– $47 Spring Million Sub Qualifier Extra Speed: win a $160 + $12 Spring Million Qualifier Extra where 1 in 4 players wins a Spring Million spot.

What’s great is that these are just a few of the ways online poker players can win their way into the Spring Million. And if you’re not keen on playing in satellites and qualifiers, you can always buy directly into the event for $600 + $40 if you’ve got a big bankroll. In any case, visit Party Poker and download their poker software so you can compete for the massive $1 million guaranteed prize pool in this tournament.

 

Tip of the Day: Cheap satellites are great for players with tiny bankrolls, but if you really want to win a prize package, start out in one of the mid-range or high buy-in satellites. This ensures that you won’t have to play through 3 or 4 tournaments just to finally compete for a prize package.

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