PokerStars Announces Schedule for MicroMillions VII

PokerStars MicroMillions

MicroMillions is back! Pokerstars has announced that the largest low stakes online tournament series will return on March 13th for a 10-day, 100-event poker festival. The 7th edition boasts a series guarantee of $5,000,000.

The events offer many different styles of poker as a new tournament starts every few hours. Besides various types of Hold'em, players can also enjoy Omaha, Stud, Razz, and Draw games. The biggest event will no doubt be the $22 Main Event. A $1,000,000 guarantee with a minimum $75,000 to 1st place has been placed on the event.

MicroMillions VI saw 65,397 runners and a $126,000 1st-place prize for the Main Event and PokerStars, along with the rest of the poker world, would like to see similar numbers for this series.

Over 1,000,000 entries are expected over the 100 events and all eyes will be on the MicroMillions leaderboard. The top 100 players on the leaderboard will be awarded prizes. The player of the series will receive free $215 Sunday Million tickets for six months. A prize worth $5,590! Positions 2nd to 10th will receive five Sunday Million buy-ins valued at $1,075, and 11th through 100 will be awarded one buy-in to the Sunday Million.

Since MicroMillions started in 2012, it has set and broken records for the largest tournament series ever. MicroMillions IV remains the largest with 1,572,760 entries totaling $9.588,892 in prize money.

Canadians have fared very well in MicroMillions history. Canada sits in the top three of total money won, cashes, final tables and entrants by country. Good luck to all of those playing. Keep us updated on any deep runs with Twitter and Facebook.

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