The fourth and final episode of PokerStars exciting Between the Lines show is out, bringing more exciting comparisons between poker and F1 racing.
Another episode of Between the Lines by PokerStars is out. The final sequel of this mini-series looks at Michel Dattani’s victory in the Bahamas and Max Verstappen’s dominant performance in the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Both Verstappen and Dattani are off to a great start and seemingly on the path to a certain victory, but a big chip lead in a poker tournament or a significant advantage in a race does not guarantee the win. Being in the poll position comes with its own set of challenges, and that is exactly what the latest episode of this entertaining PokerStars show focuses on.
Maintaining composure and avoiding mistakes becomes critical at this point, especially as it may seem like nothing can go wrong — but there is always something that can go wrong due to a human error, sheer luck, or the combination of both.
But when setbacks do happen, it is the ability to deal with them on the spot and shake them off that differentiates true champions from the rest!
Power Path gives all PokerStars players a way to qualify for some of the biggest tournaments starting with a tiny investment.
PokerStars has introduced a new way for players to qualify for major live and online tournaments. Called Power Path, this multi-step system caters primarily to recreational players looking to get involved with big events like EPT, various regional tours, and operator’s flagship online events, like Sunday Million, WCOOP Main Event, and more.
Power Path consists of four steps, starting with $0.50 Spin & Go. All real-money players on PokerStars can receive a daily free Step 1 ticket by simply opting in for the promotion and raking just $0.01. Of course, you can also buy into these tournaments.
Step 2 is either an MTT or on-demand sit and go, leading to $11 Step 3 MTT. You can buy directly into all of these, but to get your seat in the $109 Step 4 tournament, you’ll have to win your ticket playing in Step 3 at least. PokerStars did this on purpose, to give recreational players more of a chance.
In the Step 4 MTT, players will fight for Bronze, Silver, and Gold Power Passes, worth $109, $2500, and $10,300, respectively. Passes won this way can’t be exchanged for cash, but you can use them to participate in various live and online tournaments and cover travel and accommodation expenses.