Start your Sunday online poker adventure with PokerStars' first anniversary of the Sunday Storm! Previously known as the Sunday 1/4 Million, the Sunday Storm debuted with a $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool on March 27th, 2011. Celebrating a one year anniversary, the Sunday Storm Special Edition also has a $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool.
The Sunday Storm buy-in is $11 which puts it within reach of all poker players’ bankrolls, but if that amount is too steep right now, you'll also find hundreds of satellite qualifiers running right up to start time on April 15th.
You can also deposit and play the Sunday Storm Special Edition FREE! Simply make a deposit of $50 or more using the bonus code 'STORM' before 23:59 ET on April 14th and you'll receive a FREE $11 ticket to play the special Sunday Storm tournament.
Be aware that cashing out before you make a qualifying deposit will render you ineligible for the offer. Unused tickets expire after April 15th and only one is allowed per player.
Register for the Sunday Storm by logging in to PokerStars, look for the Sunday Storm under 'Tourney' - 'Special' in the poker lobby or by using the Tourney Filter; type 'Storm' in the text filter.
- When: Sunday, April 15 at 13:30 ET
- Buy-in: $11
- Guarantee: $1,000,000
- First Place: At least $150,000
- $50 Team Pro bounties
Of course you need a PokerStars account to play, and of course PokerWorks has the answer to put you in a seat. Download PokerStars, use our marketing code "POKERWORKS" and use the bonus code 'STORM' on a $50 or more deposit to receive your FREE ticket to the Sunday Storm. Use the bonus code "STARS600" if you'd rather receive a 100% deposit bonus up to $600. Become a PokerWorks' referred player to be eligible for all of the special, exclusive promotions we offer with PokerStars, like the $67,500 PokerStars Freeroll Series.
Team PokerStars Pro Marcel Luske has contributed How to Win the First Anniversary Sunday Storm; a blog post that will help you progress through The Storm.
Read through the Hold'em Strategy articles in The Great Game of Holdem at PokerWorks for even more help with fine tuning your tournament game.