Win Up to $5,000 Daily in PokerStars' Jacks or Better Challenge


Between now and Feb. 8, you can win up to $5,000 every day in the Jacks or Better Challenge at PokerStars.

Getting involved in this promotion couldn't be any easier. The first step is to log into your PokerStars account. If you do not already have one, now is the perfect time to join the world's largest real-money online poker room.

Simply download PokerStars via PokerNews Canada, enter the marketing code "PNEWS4" upon creating your account and the bonus code "STARS600" when you’re making your first deposit, and you will receive a huge 100 percent deposit bonus good on your first three deposits up to $600 total.

Once you are logged into your account, click on the challenges button located in toolbar on the right side of the poker client and click "Start' on the Jacks or Better Challenge.

Then simply head to any no-limit hold'em table, including Zoom Poker, with stakes of at least $0.05/$0.10 and start playing. The object of the challenge is to earn 1,000 points by winning with certain hand combinations as per the table below. You get 100 points just for playing your first hand.

Win Up to ,000 Daily in PokerStars' Jacks or Better Challenge 101

If you get a winning hand with quads, you can win the challenge right away; however, you can't expect to hit quads often so this might be a small grind to earn 1,000 points. We recommend you consider to speed up the process by playing multiple tables at once or playing Zoom Poker where more hands are dealt per hour.

Once you hit 1,000 points, you will be awarded a random prize up to $5,000. If you play cash games anyway, there is no reason you shouldn't go for this challenge every day. It's a great way to boost your bankroll. Even if you normally play tournaments, you should consider diving into ring games as free money doesn't come around every day.

The Jacks or Better Challenge will only be around until Feb. 8. So hurry up and sign up on PokerStars today to get started on your path to big money.

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