The Stars Group Inc. declared today that the current PokerStars Turbo Series surpassed its unique $15.6 million prize-pool ensure by about $10 million, at last paying out more than $25 million among the 46,581 one of a kind players who partook in the online poker arrangement. The Turbo Series, which occurred from February 18 to March 4, supplanted PokerStars' long-running Turbo Championship of Online Poker and highlighted 74 occasions with purchase ins extending from $11 to $5,200. Three occasions had prize pools surpassing $1 million, while PokerStars granted three $30,000 Platinum Passes to the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold'em Championship, a $25,000 purchase in occasion occurring in the Bahamas in January 2019.
PokerStars Director of Poker Innovation and Operations stated:
We outlined the Turbo Series to be comprehensive of all players, with purchase ins extending from $11 to $5,200, so everybody could have the opportunity to appreciate the fun and quick paced occasions regardless of their bankroll. The arrangement has turned out to be a win with our players and we anticipate perceiving how the Platinum Pass victors exchange their online abilities to the live occasion tables in heaven one year from now.
Both Twin Turbo Series Main Events, hung on March 4, granted a Platinum Pass to the lead position. Dutch poker player 'PIPI tapis!' brought down the $55 Main Event, overcoming 28,523 different participants to win $143,852.83. Canadian player 'L1VeYRdrEamS' won the $1,050 Main Event, beating 2,710 participants for $396,217.75 in only six hours and 23 minutes, gaining around $1,000 every moment. All players who took an interest in Turbo Series occasions met all requirements for the PSPC All-in Shootout on March 5. This was won by 'TGM#21406' from the United Kingdom, who vanquished in excess of 18,000 players for a Platinum Pass.