$1million Jackpot in partypoker $5 SPINS Launch

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$1million Jackpot in partypoker $5 SPINS Launch
09:14
07 Feb

A change is as good as a rest they say, and partypoker have taken that advice – rebranding their popular SIT & GO JACKPOT games into the slick and upgraded SPINS, with special edition $1million SPINS at the top of the list!

Rebranding the fun – and potentially very lucrativequickfire games means that players might find themselves vying for the first prize of $1M, with second and third place in the games winning life-changing $100,000 paydays as well.

Team partypoker’s Sam Trickett focused on that point, stating:

“SPINS are quick, fun and easy to play – giving players of all levels the chance to turn a small buy-in into a life-changing amount of money”.


How SPINS work

If you are new to the concept, SPINS are 3-player SNG’s with a $5 buy-in, where the prizepool is determined by spinning a random multiplier. You could be fighting it out for the regular $10 top prize, or $500, perhaps $5000 and at the very top end it’s the $1million bonanza!

 That biggest payout means 240,000 times the buy-in is up for grabs, and Sam Trickett isn’t the only one who “can’t wait to see who will become the first SPINS millionaire, from just $5!”

Have a look at the table below, illustrating the prizes that can be won in each $5 buy-in “SPINS $1M” game

Multiplier1st Prize2nd Prize3rd PrizeFrequency in 1M Games
240,000 $1,000,000 $100,000 $100,000 1
1,200 $5,000 $500 $500 6
120 $500 $50 $50 20
25 $125     200
10 $50     1,000
6 $30     15,000
4 $20     218,927
2 $10     764,846

partypoker have put some serious work in to make sure the new SPINS games are not only more enticing money-wise, but also more enjoyable to play.

As part of the rebrand, the new SPINS games feature visual enhancements and enjoy a smoother animation – important factors when playing your favourite game.

Regular SPINS and the special edition SPINS $1m can all be found under the same ‘Spins’ tab in the partypoker lobby, and we’ll obviously be reporting on the first $1million winner.


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Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.Read more

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