888Poker Launch $8,000,000 GTD SUPERSTORM

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888Poker Launch $8,000,000 GTD SUPERSTORM
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24 Sep

With 480 tournaments and $8million in guarantees, 888poker’s Millions SUPERSTORM is the site’s biggest-ever online series - currently drawing in the crowds, with the $1million GTD Main Event still to come!

The 888 crew have come up with a clever schedule that offers a Mini and Main Eventevery day and every week of the series - with another 13 events each day built around them.

You can see below that whichever buy-in and format suits you, there’s a day’s play to match it, ranging from $22 Mini 6-max events up to $530 Main High Roller tournaments.

The side events run all the way from the $5.50 BIG Fish to the $109 MegaDeep and visits most price points and games inbetween.


888 SuperStorm $1million GTD Main Event

Sunday, October 11th is the big date for the diaries, the $320 buy-in Millions Superstorm $1,000,000 GTD Main Event day 2 kicking off at 20:00 GMT.

What happened to day 1? Well those have already been running for a month and there’s another 20 days left to qualify – with satellites from as little as $0.01!

There’s also a little sister event before the Main, and that of course is the 888 Millions Mini Main Event, boasting a sweet $75K guarantee and a $55 buy-in.

You can play as many day 1s and as many times as you fancy and if that doesn’t work, and if you really don’t fancy buying in direct, there’s also a $1million Giveaway.


$1million Giveways

That could see you bag 888 bonuses, tickets, and/or seats to the $1,000,000 ME biggie and its little sister, but if you’re still looking for some free money, then there will be 3x  $1M BLAST prizepools during the series as well.

If you are new to 888Poker, you can take advantage of their £20 Free no deposit bonus, with 100% up to £300 if you do decide to fork out.

Either way, you’d already be well on your way to creating a Millions Superstorm of your own!


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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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