Put PokerStars BOOM! Hand Replayer to work and instantly share your favorite poker hands and bad beats. You remember them, like the time you caught that one-card out to bust off a flopped full house, or the time you got beat by runner-runner straight flush. Some hands are just worth replaying and making sure all the details are exact when you share green felt war stories with your friends.
While you're sharing your victories and defeats, you can share the celebration of nearly 1,000,000 shared hands on BOOM! Hand Replayer in a week-long special milestone offer - BOOOOOOM! You play your best game and claim thousands in cash prizes when you win with specially selected 'Hands of the Day'.
From October 22nd - 28th take a seat in Real Money games on Zoom Poker and win with the Hands of the Day and you could be stacking 100 big blinds. The Hands of the Day are chosen by Team PokerStars Pros. You'll have to upload your successful win using BOOM! Hand Replayer to get the cash and join the BOOM! community.
Win with BOOOOOOM!
Take down a pot with a Team PokerStars Pro Hand of the Day to win 100 big blinds; the stakes played when the hand was won determine the amount of the 100 big blind payout. Example: win a hand on a $1/$2 Zoom table on Monday, October 22nd, with ElkY's Hand of the Day, pocket eights, and you’ll win 100 x $2 within 24 hours of uploading the hand on BOOM!
In order to win, you must be playing Zoom poker Hold'em tables for real money and upload your hand with BOOM! Hand Replayer.
Using BOOM! Hand Replayer is easy. To BOOM! a hand follow these simple steps:
- Click on the star icon located in the table chat box.
- Open the instant hand history, highlight your chosen hand and hit the BOOM! button.
The hands must go to 'showdown' to be determined a winner; cards must be turned over to show the winning hand.
BOOOOOOM! The following Hands of the Day; courtesy of PokerStars.com:
Monday - Bertrand Grospellier
Rewind the clock back to 2008 and the greatest poker player in French history, Bertrand 'Elky' Grospellier, was on the verge of winning his first ever live tournament at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA). After making a career-changing call with pocket eights heads-up, ElkY’s hand survived and a legend was born.
Tuesday - David Williams
Despite earning over $8,000,000 in live tournament cashes, David Williams will never forget losing out to Greg Raymer heads-up at the 2004 World Series of Poker (WSOP*) Main Event. David made a full house on the river, but still missed out on the bracelet. Can you re-write history?
Wednesday - Victor Ramdin
En route to his North American Poker Tour (NAPT) Los Angeles victory and a $500,000 payday, Victor Ramdin shoved all his chips in the middle on a complete bluff with 7c-5c against a tricky opponent. Hopefully you won’t have to be quite so aggressive to win this Hand of the Day.
Thursday - Eugene Katchalov
At the 2011 PCA $100K buy-in Super High Roller, Eugene Katchalov saw off fellow Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu heads-up for $1,500,000. After both players moved all-in before the flop, Daniel’s pocket fives were ahead of Eugene’s fours, but a four on the turn saw Eugene crowned champion. "I got very lucky. For obvious reasons, this hand has been very memorable for me."
Friday - Randy Lew
Every poker player has a favourite hand, and Team Online star Randy 'nanonoko' Lew is no different. "This hand instantly became my NEW favourite after I won the Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) event in Macau in 2011 for HKD $3,772,000," says Randy. "I hope this hand brings you as much happiness as it did for me!"
Saturday - Chris Moneymaker
To this day, 2003 WSOP* Main Event winner Chris Moneymaker's bluff against runner-up Sammy Farha is widely regarded as one of the greatest hands in poker history. With $2,500,000 on the line for first place, Chris pushed Farha off top pair with nothing but King-high in the bluff that changed poker for a generation.
Sunday - Isaac Haxton
The newest member of Team Online, Isaac Haxton, takes you back to the PCA once again, this time to 2007 where he narrowly missed out on first prize after finishing runner-up for just shy of $1M. Despite not winning overall, his huge bluff on the river with 3d-2d still lives long in his memory.
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Start BOOOOOOMING. Check PokerStars.com to find each Hands of the Day.