Spin & Go Jackpot By PokerStars
Multiple millionaires have been created due to the Spin'Go Jackpot by PokerStars since its beginning. Most recently, a Russian player named 24hourATM won the big prize. This player simply bought in at $100, without noticing it was a game with a giant prize pool of $1.2 million. The player said the entire experience went very quickly and there weren't many difficult situations to navigate through. The short length of the tournament was a definite bonus. In fact, the player said if the tournament had lasted longer, he was afraid he may have gotten nervous or worried too much about strategy.
How Does The Spin & Go PokerStars Promo Work?
Any player can try their luck at winning one million dollars by deciding to buy-in with $10, $100, or during promo times at no cost. New players can even get two chances to try their luck for no fee. The format of Spin'Go games are that they are hyper-tournaments that give each player 500 chips. Before the first chip is laid, the spinner in the middle of the game table will show how large the prize will be for that tournament. Right now, PokerStars is offering up to one million dollars. This is without a doubt the fastest and least expensive way to have the opportunity to win one million dollars at PokerStars.
For their Spring promotion, PokerStars is offering a daily freeroll tournament every hour, at ten minutes past. This will continue until June 4th and each one awards 10 tickets to the $10 Spin'Go promo, where players can have chances to win that one million dollar prize. Most of the time the $1 Million Spin'Go games only award one winner. However, if the Spin'Go hits one of the three highest prizes, the second and third place finishers of the game will also go home with a prize. For instance, if the big winner does hit the $1,000,000 prize, the second and third place winners will each get $100,000.
When Does The $1 Million Spin & Go Promo At PokerStars End?
The PokerStars Makes Millionaires promo ends in June, and PokerStars hopes to have a collection of 10 millionaires by the end of the series. To help this along, the Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) will produce two more millionaires.