Forget the snowfalls. The PokerStars Winter Series is about to drop a blizzard of cold, hard cash on many of our Pennsylvania poker players, giving them an opportunity to play in 44 events that will feature several freezeout tournaments.
The PokerStars Winter Series returns on January 22, 2022, and runs through the end of the month. The popular tournament will take place throughout several states, but PA is leading the way with a $1 million guaranteed prize pool.
PokerStars Winter Series will be full of FREEZErolls
This year’s Winter Series tournament will feature some new “FREEZEroll” offers.
- PA players who deposit $30 will have a chance to win a share of $3,000.
- PA players who deposit $100 or more will have a chance to win a share of $10,000.
BUT THAT’S NOT ALL:
- The $3k & $10k FREEZEroll event giveaways take place on January 22, 2022
- Daily $1,000 Second Chance Freerolls (1/23/22 – 1/30/22)
- High Roller Events: $500
- $1,000 High Roller Freezeout
- $10 Freezeouts for PA poker players offered daily (1/25/22 – 1/28/22)
- Variety of action-packed poker Main Events on 1/30/22
Winter Series will bring 44 events to PA poker players
In the Winter Series tournament, players in PA will only compete against each other.
PokerStars Winter Series in PA
- 44 events with buy-ins ranging between $10 and $1,000
- Pennsylvania Main Event will be held on Jan. 30 and 31
- $200 buy-in
- $150,000 prize pool
The complete PokerStars Winter Series schedule can be found at this PlayPA poker link.
PokerStars site has tutorial pages to get you tournament ready
To get started as an online poker player, the PokerStars site has a number of pages that can help you learn the basics:
- Poker Rules
- Poker Strategy
- Help with Hands
- Poker Dictionary
- PokerStars School
Including a very informative page from our friends at the Online Poker Report.
PokerStars Winter Series begins: Saturday, January 22, 2022
Winter is here. And as the snow begins to fall outside, poker players can turn their attention to warmer, brighter things.
Like a much-needed card arriving on the flop. Or a big pile of cash coming home at the end of a tournament. Good luck… let’s shuffle up and deal!
Featured image credit: Eric Jamison – PA