WEEKLY NEWS DIGEST – JULY 15
The number of chips Team PokerStars Pro Online member Marc-Andre Ladouceur will start with going into the WSOP Main Event Day 4 later today. Marc will be joined by fellow Team PokerStars members Jason Somerville, Liv Boeree, Jennifer Shahade and Aditya Agarwal.
To be given away by PokerStars in the second $1 Million Freeroll, which is set to take place on Sunday, July 17 at 12.04 ET. There are still chances to qualify by completing Challenges. Click the link below for more details.
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First prize won by Super Tuesday winner Mads ‘madsamot’ Amot. The player topped a field of 331 players to claim the lion’s share of the $331,000 prize pool.
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Top prize won by the latest PokerStarsNJ Sunday Special champion ‘TiltedHard’. The player claimed victory after finishing first out of a field of 143.
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Events scheduled for PokerStars’ 12th MicroMillions series, which takes place July 17-31. The micro-stakes online festival features six events a day with buy-ins from $0.11 to $5.50, except for the $22 No Limit Hold’em Main Event on July 31, which features a $1 million guaranteed prize.
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The number of days until the PokerStars European Poker Tour makes its first stop of Season 13 in Barcelona. The event will be held at Casino Barcelona and runs August 16-28.
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Change made to the latest version of the PokerStars software for desktop and mobile devices across all jurisdictions. Now when two or more players are all-in, their hole cards are always visible to other players at the table. PokerStars has made this small change to deliver a slightly fairer, more fun playing experience for players.
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Team PokerStars Pro Online member, Kevin Martin, celebrates after making ‘runner runner’ quads to beat his opponent’s flopped set.
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