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Play in ALL of PokerStars Big Money Tournaments FREE

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All online poker rooms have a whole schedule of big guaranteed tournaments on Sundays, this is why, especially for tournament players, the last day of the week is known as Big Money Sundays.  

While those other poker rooms try hard, they just can’t offer the sweet deals on their big money guaranteed tournaments that PokerStars does. And, no matter what size bankroll you have, you can still play in all of the big money events on PokerStars by playing in their great satellite qualifiers!

Let’s start with the best big money tournament to be found anywhere, the $250,000 Guaranteed that takes place every Sunday at 3:30 PM ET. Called the Sunday 1/4 Million, this huge event doesn’t just have a massive prize pool but the buy-in is so low it is unheard of, only $10+$1! But why pay 10 bucks if you don’t have to? At PokerStars you can get your seat FREE when you use your FPPs (frequent player points)!  Just get to the lobby and look under the ‘tourney’ and ‘satellite’ tabs for the Sunday 1/4 Million satellite qualifiers. The satellites run constantly and start at just 1 FPP with Re-buys. Other choices are the 70 FPP buy-in Turbo, the 100 FPP buy-in Hyper Turbo 6 max and the 210 FPP buy-in qualifier that awards six seats to the Sunday event.

To get the day off to a roaring start, there is the Sunday Warm-Up which starts at 1:00 PM ET and features a $750k guaranteed prize pool for a $200+$15 buy-in. To battle for the first place prize that regularly tops $100k, for free, join a FPP satellite which start with buy-ins of just 400 FPPs with re-buys, or go for the 750 FPP Turbo 2x shootout or the Turbo 2,250 FPP buy-in with only six players.

But the really big deal of the day is the Sunday Million which boasts a 1.5 Million Dollar guaranteed prize pool! The Sunday Million is the biggest weekly online poker tournament in the world and the reason is this No Limit Holdem tournament has a guaranteed prize. First place prize money is at least $240,000 most weeks and usually swells to even more! The biggest Sunday Million field so far was 36,169 players on February 21, 2010 which pumped up the total prize pool to a whopping $7,233,800! Don’t miss your chance to win your share of the Kings ransom for just 25 FPPs in the Hyper Turbo Round One Satellite qualifier or jump in the 50 and 500 FPP buy-in satellites running daily!

Those are just a few of the tournament events that are held every Sunday at PokerStars, but there are also thousands of satellites running daily which includes dozens of qualifiers to big events live such as the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, the World Series of Poker, the Asian Pacific Poker Tour, European Poker Tour, the Latin American Poker Tour, Macau events, the Ladies High Heels Poker Tour and numerous others. Not to mention PokerStars own online events such as the World Championship of Online Poker and the upcoming Regional Championship of Online Poker.

When it comes to tournaments and all the cheap ways to get your seat in a big event– nobody beats PokerStars!  Get your PokerStars account here at PokerWorks and enter the Marketing Code POKERWORKS upon registration and Bonus Code STARS600 upon deposit, and then be sure to qualify for our next exclusive $15,000 Sunday Millions Freeroll.

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