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[10th Anniversary PokerStars] Battle of the Planets Sit & Go Bonus Cash Prize Week

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  • [10th Anniversary PokerStars] Battle of the Planets Sit & Go Bonus Cash Prize Week


    Double Battle of the Planets Points Week!

    For one week only, the legendary Battle of the Planets Sit & Go Leader Boards are joining the 10th Anniversary celebrations and awarding double cash prizes across all divisions! Play as few as just 20 of your favorite tournaments and you could be taking a share of thousands of dollars in added value.
    What’s more, any player who beats a 10th Anniversary Target Score on their Leader Board will be awarded a cash prize of $10,000!

    Here are the Target Scores you need to beat for each division:


    Prizes will be paid out on December 19, once all routine security checks have been completed.

    Here’s how the 10th Anniversary Battle of the Planets works:

    All Battle of the Planets divisions have their own weekly prize pool, split between the Low Orbit and High Orbit Leader Board. For the week December 11-17, all weekly prize pools will be doubled as follows:


    Visit the Battle of the Planets pages to find out more about how it works, including each planet division.

    Battle of the Planets 10th Anniversary Timeline

    The Battle of the Planets Sit & Go promotion was launched in 2008, and since then thousands of players have taken part. The highest-ranking players are invited to an exclusive tournament at the end of every month, with a $50,000 prize pool. Since its inception, Battle of the Planets has paid out more than $10,000,000 in prize money to Sit & Go players.

    Contact support@pokerstars.com if you have any questions about the 10th Anniversary Battle of the Planets.
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  • #2
    So Sexy. this has been one of my fav pstar promos.
    Last edited by Da Sens Fan; Thu Dec 08, 2011, 02:52 AM.
    You might be a king or a little street sweeper, but sooner or later you'll dance with the reaper.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TOO2COO View Post
      What’s more, any player who beats a 10th Anniversary Target Score on their Leader Board will be awarded a cash prize of $10,000!

      Here are the Target Scores you need to beat for each division:

      Wow haha ... not sure I've ever seen anybody hit 650 on the low orbit for microstakes before

      Anybody ever made top 100 on the leaderboard? I guess you have to run super-hot, eh? Never hurts to try

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      • #4
        I think the most points I've ever got in the Low Block is 450 points or something. But, I did come top 10 one week for Mercury, and was able to play in the $50 000 Monthly B.O.P tournament. That was cool, but I'm not overly experienced in the Shootout format.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bluffman520 View Post
          I think the most points I've ever got in the Low Block is 450 points or something. But, I did come top 10 one week for Mercury, and was able to play in the $50 000 Monthly B.O.P tournament. That was cool, but I'm not overly experienced in the Shootout format.
          Yeah, best I did was 400 something ... just short of top100. But that was playing STT's, and it seems like the top 100 mostly play the 18-27 player tables? Cool you made the board and got the bonus, and also the invite to the freeroll! Was that just for playing the games you normally play? I love a freebee umbup:

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