Limited Edition $0.25 Spin & Go Offering $1 Million Prize Pool

Usually, the first-place prize for a 25 cent Spin & Go is $2500. However, for this week only, online poker giant, PokerStars is offering a whopping $1 million prize for its cheapest Spin & Go game.

This generous offer comes as part of the operator’s new Jackpot Spin & Go concept, where each of the seven lowest buy-in Spins switches to a special edition with a $1 million top prize.

It started with $2 buy-in million edition which was then switched to $50, then $10, $1 and now 25 cents.

This makes it one of the cheapest ways to become a millionaire. Never before an online poker operator has offered players a chance to win a seven-figure payout for such a low buy-in.

However, for such a prize pool to hit, the odds are astronomically low: 1 in 50 million, to be precise. You have a better chance of winning a lottery and a much better chance of getting hit by a meteorite.

But that shouldn’t discourage you as the million edition should make the games even more juicier.

The 25 cent Spin & Go million edition runs until January 13. The million edition is available in both the regular and fast-structured Spin & Go Flash formats.

Check out PokerStars Team Pro James Mackenzie chasing $1 million prize pool playing dozen of 25 cent Spins.

The million prize pool moves to $25 buy-in starting next week.

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LISTEN: Antonio Esfandiari on Poker Stories by CardPlayer

To usher in the New Year, poker legend Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari sits down with CardPlayer as part of their Poker Stories podcast as he dissects his life.

From growing up in Iran with a country at war, moving to America, changing his name, his passion for magic, meeting Phil Laak and then his breakthrough into poker, Esfandiari has had anything than a boring life.

Stories also include getting shot by Dan Bilzerian and beating up Kevin Hart. It’s all here and makes for a great listen.

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