PokerStars PA Showering Players With ’25 Days of Tournaments’ And Freerolls Starting Dec. 6

Written By Anthony Cicali on December 4, 2021 - Last Updated on December 8, 2021
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Pokerstars PA is in the gift-giving mood this holiday season. The online poker site is launching a “25 Days of Tournaments” promotion, running from Dec. 6-30.

The holiday festivities will be available to players physically located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Michigan. Each state plays independent of the other.

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PokerStars showering PA players with gifts this December

Every day at 7:30 p.m. ET, PokerStars Pennsylvania will have a daily surprise tournament. Each event will include two tournaments, a $10 buy-in and a $50 buy-in. This will allow players of all bankroll sizes to get in on the action.

In addition, players participating in the special tournaments can look out for additional surprises in the form of daily chest drops.

Players can expect to find some nice bonuses all month long including:

  • Free tournament tickets
  • Spin & Go Tickets
  • Daily $100 Freerolls
  • Weekly $1,000 Freerolls

“The daily chest drops seems like a cool promo,” said New Jersey online poker player Jeremy “PokerJermz” Sissman. “It’s nice to see Stars giving something back to the players.”

PokerStars serving up 25 days of tournament surprises

Each night at 9 p.m. ET Pokerstars will announce the next day’s special tournaments. Players can log into the online client and see the upcoming event under the tournament feed. Even though the specific events have not been named, online grinders can expect some good variety in the action. Each tournament is said to be unique and will more than likely include:

  • No Limit Holdem
  • Progressive KnockOuts
  • Pot-limit Omaha
  • Turbo NLH

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