PokerStars Giving Away Free $11 Power Path Tickets This Weekend

Follow PokerStars on Twitter and get involved with the weekend giveaway for a shot at one of twenty $11 Power Path tickets.

If you’d like to get in on the PokerStars action without putting any of your own money on the line, you have a perfect opportunity to do just that this weekend! All you have to do is follow the operator on their official Twitter channel and get in a lucky guess.

Namely, PokerStars is offering 20 Power Path tickets, worth $11 each, if you manage to correctly predict the strength of a losing hand of the upcoming Sunday Million event. The deadline to submit your guesses is Sunday, 18:00 CET.

To make it perfectly clear, you don’t need to guess exact cards, suits, or anything like that. You simply need to give your best shot at what the losing player in the final hand of the tournament will end up by the river (i.e., a high card, a pair, two pair, etc.).

It will only take you a few seconds to get involved, and with a bit of luck, you could claim one of the Power Path tickets that could set you on your path to winning a major live or online tournament down the line, so why not give it a go?

Of course, you’ll need to have a PokerStars account, so if you don’t have one, you can open one for free right now and join the competition straight away, as everybody’s welcome to participate!

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PokerStars 2023 UKIPT Ends With the Nottingham Festival

The first full PokerStars UKIPT season since 2016 is officially in the books, and it was a successful one in every which way.

PokerStars has successfully completed the return of another popular series as the recently concluded Nottingham festival marked the end of the 2023 United Kingdom and Ireland Poker Tour. This was the first full UKIPT schedule since 2016, and its popularity with the players showed that it was the correct move by the operator.

Nottingham was the final stop of the season, following successful events in London, Edinburgh, Malta, and Blackpool, and it featured a solid tournament schedule highlighted by the £1,000,000 guaranteed Main Event. That guarantee was shattered by over £200,000, creating an impressive prize pool for a £1,100 event.

In the end, it was the French player Vincent Meli lifting up the trophy and pocketing £159,325. The runner-up, Patrice Brandt, ended up with £168,425 as the two decided to split the money when they reached the heads-up stage, leaving only £2,000 and the trophy to play for.

In terms of the entire season, it was a good one for David Docherty, who walked away with a Player of the Year title after sealing his position on the leaderboard with a win in the Nottingham Super High Roller event.

And so, the 2023 UKIPT season is officially in the books, but we’re confident it won’t be long before we have a schedule for 2024, so keep an eye out on the PokerStars app and look for different ways to qualify and get in a mix!

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