Play for up to $1 Million in Minutes in BLAST at 888poker

888poker The BLAST

Just about every online poker room has a lottery-style game with promises to win big in a matter of minutes.

Most of them are generally the same. However, The BLAST at 888poker is completely different from everything you have seen before.

The only similarity between BLAST and other lottery-style games is that the prize pool is randomly determined after all players are registered and before the first hands are dealt. However, unlike other rooms, the prize pool can be as high as $1 million in its highest buy-in games.

The games are four-max affairs unlike the three-max games you will see elsewhere. This allows the games to pay out more than one spot in all situations outside of when the prize pool is double the buy-in.

Prize Pool Multiplier1st Place2nd Place3rd Place4th Place
2100%   
570%30%  
1060%25%15% 
10060%25%15% 
1,000+60%20%10%10%

Another major feature of the BLAST games is after a certain amount of time, usually three blind levels of two minutes each, a countdown timer expires and any remaining players are all-in until a winner is declared. This means that you will know before the game starts the maximum amount of time the game will take.

BLAST is available at buy-ins ranging from $5 to $100. If you are looking to play a cheaper and faster game, 888poker also boasts FAST BLAST at $0.10 and $1 buy-in levels. The only difference between this game and the normal version of the game is that the countdown timer is set to just two minutes.

Need an Account?

If you would like to try to win big at the BLAST or FAST BLAST at 888poker, you will need an account. If you don't already have one, we have great news for you.

Simply download 888poker through our links and you will be awarded an $88 bonus (£20 in the UK) without making a deposit. Once you are ready to make your first deposit, it will be matched in the form of a bonus up to $888, or more than twice as much advertised on the site.

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