PokerStars Offering Half Price Sunday For Select Tournaments April 24

Written By Paul Costanzo on April 21, 2022 - Last Updated on December 11, 2023

PokerStars MI is offering Half Price Sunday on April 24, giving Michigan online poker players a chance at some of the site’s biggest prizes for half the typical buy-in.

Among the Sunday tournaments available is the weekly $45,000 guarantee Sunday Special, which will have a $50 buy-in.

PokerStars MI Half Price Sunday

There are five tournaments available for online poker players in the state to take advantage of Sunday at the half-priced rate. All of the tournaments will be no-limit hold ’em.

The $45K Sunday Special is the highlight, and begins at 6 p.m. Three places will be paid, with nearly $23,000 going to the winner.

Half-priced tournaments start at 4 p.m., with the Sunday Warm-up ($15 buy-in, $4,000 prize pool). That will be followed by Sunday Storm (5 p.m., $5 buy-in, $2,500 prize pool), Sunday Special, Sunday High Roller (7 p.m., $125 buy-in, $15,000 prize pool) and Sunday Supersonic (10 p.m., $25, $5,000 prize pool). The Supersonic will be played at hyper speed.

To find the tournaments, open the PokerStars MI app and click on the “Half Price Sunday” tab, or simply search for “Half Price” under tournaments.

Players who wish to participate in the Michigan tournaments must be physically located within the state.

Michigan man wins three MISCOOP titles

The special comes shortly after the completion of the SCOOP series, including the MISCOOP, which wrapped up on April 11.

It was a record-breaking SCOOP for PokerStars, as nearly $6.4 million in prizes were available between Michigan, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including more than $1 million on Main Event Sunday.

A total of 111,863 online poker players participated, with 345 Champions of Online Poker crowned and 90 Spring Championship Trophies awarded.

One Michigan player was responsible for three of those. Jason Welsch of Gowen won a trio of MISCOOP titles on the series’ final day. His winnings totaled more than $5,300.

Welsch told US Poker that he joined PokerStars and began playing with money he had won from fantasy football.


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