Tune in to watch the Super High Roller Bowl on PokerCentral on May 29 and enter the MVMT Million Dollar Final Table Challenge for your chance to win $1 million.
“It’s a simple contest,” said Clint Stinchcomb, CEO of Poker Central. “Just predict the players who make the final table, in the order they finish, and win $1 million!”
Sounds good to me.
Contest entrants (US residents only please) will have the opportunity to change their picks all the way up until the end of Day 1—so keep an eye on who is doing well and who has been knocked out.
In the event of no one picking the exact winning table, Poker Central is offering a consolation prize of $10K. Each contestant’s lineup will be broken down into points, and the entrant with the most points will win $10,000.
MVMT Watches will also be giving away 25 time pieces for the 25 highest-scoring entries—so there are plenty of prizes to be won.
For all of the details on Brian Rast's cycling prop bet, listen to the latest 2+2 Pokercast.
Rast joins the team to talk about his epic prop bet with Dan Bilzerian and Bill Perkins that saw him achieve the unthinkable by cycling LA to Vegas in less than 48 hours with only a few days of training.
Differences between my bet & @DanBilzerian: no drafting, 320 miles (30 more), only road bike (no recumbent), I’ve had 3 days of training.— Brian Rast (@tsarrast) April 25, 2016
Without the fanfare surrounding Bilzerian’s ride (no Lance Armstrong, Doctors or Masseuse’s in sight) Rast with only a few days to prepare nailed the challenge winning $600K as a result!
Last week on the special edition of the Pokerfuse Podcast, our host Michael Gentile sat down with former Head of Corporate Communications and Global Poker Marketing for PokerStars, Eric Hollreiser, to discuss various topics covering everything from Black Friday to Supernova Elite, PSPC and what’s the future of online poker may look like, and much more!
PokerStars gave away 320 free entries to the $25,000 buy-in PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) over the course of the previous year via Platinum Passes that after accomodations and spending money were valued at $30,000.