PokerStars MISCOOP Series To Run March 25 Through April 11

Written By David Kaye on March 25, 2022
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PokerStars’ Spring Championship of Online Poker, or SCOOP, is one of the most prestigious online poker tournament series in the world.

Although Michiganders can’t compete on the international level, we do have our own version branded as “MISCOOP” to compete in.

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When is PokerStars MISCOOP?

MISCOOP will be running on PokerStars MI for 18 days from March 25 through April 11.

The series has a total of 120 tournaments highlighted by the $300 buy-in main event which has a guaranteed prize pool of $150,000.

The Main Event is a two-day tournament starting on Sunday, April 10, with those who advance through Day 1 coming back the following day at 6 p.m. to battle for a massive first place prize and the title of MISCOOP Main Event champion.

MISCOOP 2022 tournaments

One of the best things about MISCOOP is that there are buy-in levels for every bankroll. There’s a total of 40 events on the schedule, and each event has a high, medium and low buy-in. The buy-ins range anywhere from $10 all the way up to $1,000.

Along with having buy-ins for everyone, MISCOOP has several game formats to choose from. If you’re looking for something other than No-Limit Hold ’em, you can choose from Pot-Limit Omaha, Razz, Horse, and 8-Game.

To see the full 120 tournament schedule, you can go to the “MISCOOP 2022” tab in the PokerStars client.

How to register for MISCOOP

From here you can begin registering for all the tournaments you are interested in playing by selecting the individual tournament then clicking the green “register” icon.

If you see tournaments on the schedule you are interested in playing but are too expensive for your bankroll, be sure to check out the satellites available.

Satellite tournaments can be a great way to try and qualify for bigger buy-in tournaments for a fraction of the price.

Poker content creator David Kaye of Mason writes a regular column for PlayMichigan. You can follow David’s poker journey on his social media accounts under the handle “DavidKayePoker.” David is on YouTube, Twitch, Twitter and Instagram.

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