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Spin & Go Tournaments at PokerStars Could Spin $30K into Your Bankroll!

Spin & Go Tournaments at PokerStars
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The possibilities are many ways could you reach out and grab a $30,000 opportunity? It simply isn't possible in the world most of us live in but when you jump into the new Spin & Go Tournaments at PokerStars, you open a new doorway that could find you stacking the big bucks from a $1 tournament buy-in. We'll tell you how it works, keep reading.

The buy-ins to the Spin & Go Tournaments start at $1 and go as high as $30. The tournaments are extremely fast paced with each of the three starting players receiving 500 chip stacks. Yes, we said three players. You're going to enter a 3-Max Hyper-Turbo Sit & Go tournaments where you'll compete against two other players. You pick the number of games you want to play from the PokerStars lobby tab "Spin & Go" and choose the size of your buy-in.

As soon as you've made your choice, you'll be taken to a seat at a tournament table and when two other players have registered, you're in action.

When all three players are registered for the tournament, that's when you should be holding your lucky rabbit's foot or wishing on a star for the maximum spin payout because that's when the wheel spins to decide how big the tournament prize pool will be through a random draw.

Spin & Gos have five different buy-ins available — $1, $3, $7, $15 and $30. The first-place prize will be multiplied between two and 1,000 times your buy-in.

You'll be playing three-minute levels once the cards are in the air and the great news is that if the spin stops on a 1,000-times the buy-in, not only will you be playing for a massive amount of cash, but even if you don't win the tournament, both second and third-place are going to pay out 10 percent of the first-place prize.

Spin & Go tournaments normally pay 'winner-takes-all' but if your table spin lands on 100-times or more of the buy-in, all three spots will be taking home cash.

Now that you know how easy it is to pad your bankroll, buy a new car, take a trip around the world, and all that wonderful stuff you dream of doing just by winning a three-handed Spin & Go tournament, make sure you start today.

Open your PokerStars account here at PokerWorks and scoop up a massive 100% up to $600 bonus on your first deposit AND once your account is tagged to PokerWorks, you'll also be invited to enjoy all the promotions and bonuses we run exclusively with PokerStars — like the $10,000 Freeroll that's coming up in a few days. Head for PokerStars now and get in the running for a HUGE payday from the Spin & Go tournaments.

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