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7-2 worth cash prizes in PokerStars 7-2 Boom promotion

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PokerStars has a way to perk up your game and chase away the blues when you keep getting dealt 7-2 — you read it right seven-deuce — and you can pick up some super cash rewards just for playing the worst hand in Texas Hold'em. Keep reading!

This PokerStars promotion runs until October 7th and is known as the 7-2 Boom! Play any real-money Hold’em ring game, including the faster-than-the-speed-of-light Zoom poker, win a hand with 7-2 suited and then take it proudly to PokerStars’ Boom Player to show it off! Then all you have to do is watch the cash roll into your PokerStars account!

Your cash prize is determined by the size of the big blind in the game you won the hand in. It's easy to find out how much you can expect to win when you score a hand with 7-2 suited — just multiply the big blind by the number of opponents at your table. For example, if you are playing $1/$2 at a nine-handed table, win the pot and Boom with your 7-2 hand. Your cash reward would be $2 (big blind) multiplied by 8 (number of opponents) for a $16 cash prize.

Don't slow down after winning the first one, you can claim up to three cash prizes every day!

There are terms and conditions that apply to the promotion and you need to read them before you start running over the tables with 7-2:

  • Only hands played in real money Texas Hold'em ring games are eligible (Zoom included).
  • To qualify for a prize, a minimum of three players need to be dealt into the hand. Hands dealt in heads-up games do not count towards the promotion.
  • Player's hole cards must include 7-2 in any order (7-2 or 2-7) and they must be suited (any suit).
  • Player must win a hand with 7-2 suited in order to qualify for a prize. The hand can be won either at showdown or when everyone else folds during the hand.
  • A player must upload the winning hand using the Boom! Hand Replayer immediately after they won to qualify for a prize. Please note that BOOM! Hand Replayer is not available on mobile and tablet devices.
  • Only winning hands that are won and shared on the BOOM! Hand Replayer between 00:00 ET on October 1 and 23:59 ET on October 7 qualify for a prize.
  • The cash prize won is the amount of the big blind times the number of opponents at the table, up to a maximum of $20 per hand.
  • A player can claim up to three prizes per day (between 00:00 ET-23:59 ET, server time) up to a maximum of $60. If a player wins more than three prizes during the same day the highest prize amounts will be credited.
  • All cash prizes will be automatically credited to winning players’ accounts within 48 hours.

Of course you want to get in on the fun and take a shot at having 7-2 pay off instead of making you grind your teeth when you see it. The best way to do that is to register your free PokerStars account here at PokerWorks and use our marketing code "POKERWORKS" and use the bonus code "STARS600" when making your first deposit to receive a 100% match up to $600 first deposit bonus and get in on all future promotions that PokerStars and PokerWorks hold together.

Once your account is set up, jump in and join in the PokerWorks-exclusive $20,000 freeroll promotion that takes place in November — qualifying is now open! Find more information here.

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