Win up to $20K in Bonuses Daily in PokerStars’ Golden Button Challenge

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Random bonuses worth up to $20,000 are available to win every day at PokerStars thanks to the Golden Button Challenge promotion.

Getting involved in the Golden Button Challenge is easy. All you need to do is log into your PokerStars account, open your Challenge Window, start the Golden Button Challenge, and then play in hold’em cash games, including Zoom, that have a minimum of four players seated at them and are not fixed-limit games.

Each time you win a hand while holding an ace in your hole cards, you’ll match a regular ace in the puzzle. This puzzle has eight regular aces and four golden aces. To complete one of the golden ace puzzle pieces, you need to win a hand with an ace while you are seated on the button. Once you have completed the full puzzle, all 12 pieces, you will receive a random bonus worth up to $20,000.

Win up to K in Bonuses Daily in PokerStars’ Golden Button Challenge 101
Golden Button Challenge
PrizeProbability
$20,0000.001%
$54%
$125%
$0.5070.999%

The daily Golden Button Challenges start at 12:00 a.m. ET and expire at 11:59 p.m. ET on the same day. You must opt-in to these challenges before you start playing cash games; otherwise, you will not collect puzzle pieces.

Those of you who already have a PokerStars account can get involved in this promotion right away by logging into your account, opting into the challenge and playing the relevant cash games. If you don’t have an account, download PokerStars via PokerNews, enter the marketing code “PNEWS” when creating your account and then use the bonus code “STARS600” when making your first deposit to be rewarded with a 100 percent match up to $600 bonus on your initial deposit.

Once you have completed these simple steps, you will not only be able to play in the Golden Button Challenge promotions, but will also gain access to the PokerNews-exclusive $3,000 bi-weekly freerolls, which give you a great opportunity to boost your poker bankroll.

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