This is Your Final Chance to Become a PokerStars Sunday Million Season Champion

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PokerStars Sunday Million Season

The PokerStars Sunday Million Season kicked off a little under six weeks ago, and like all good things, it must come to an end. PokerStars has awarded some massive prizes throughout the series, but the biggest could be yet to come. Why? Because the Sunday Million Season Finale shuffles up and deals on April 21, bringing with it a $1.5 million guaranteed prize pool.

Episode 21: $109 Sunday Million Season Finale is a $109 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em tournament boasting a $1.5 million guarantee on its prize pool. Cards are in the air from 6:00 p.m. WET on April 21, with each entrant starting their quest for last-chance glory with 50,000 chips.

Blinds start at 125/250/30a and increase every 15 minutes for the first 13 levels before shortening to 12 minutes for the next 20 levels and then reverting back to 15 minutes until a champion is crowned.

A two-day affair, the $1.5 million guaranteed Sunday Million Season Finale allows up to five re-entries for the first four hours, which is when late registration slams shut. Bust after this time, and you will be left high and dry. Day 1 concludes 7 hours 50 minutes after the pitching of the first cards, with Day 2 getting underway from 6:00 p.m. WET on April 22 and continuing until one player has all the chips in play.

Sunday Million Season Finale Sit & Go Satellites

Whether you are attempting to win your one and only shot at a $1.5 million guaranteed prize pool or are looking to arm yourself with additional bullets to maximize your chances of navigating your way into the money place, PokerStars has plenty of satellites for you to get your teeth into.

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Sit & Go specialists can enter $37.50 buy-in, six-handed hyper-turbo satellites that award the first and second-place finishers a $109 Sunday Million Season Finale seat, and the third-place finisher a $2.56 consolation prize.

These sit & go satellites run around the clock whenever six players have bought in.

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Sunday Million Season Finale MTT Satellites

Those preferring traditional multi-table tournament satellites are spoiled for choice.

From April 17-20 at 6:15 p.m. WET, and on April 21 at the slightly earlier time of 2:15 p.m. WET, PokerStars is running an $11 buy-in Mega Turbo satellite that each awards 50x $109 tickets. With a 62.5 big blind starting stack and five-minute levels, these Mega Turbo satellites are fast and frantic, but at least you won’t spend an eternity grinding away at your computer, laptop, or compatible mobile device.

Two last chance satellites on April 21 have caught PokerNews’ eye. At 3:45 p.m. WET, a $5.50 buy-in Mega Sat guarantees at least 100x $109 seats will be won. In order to ensure the satellite finishes while the target tournament is still in late registration, the starting stacks are a shallow 50 big blinds, and levels span eight minutes.

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An even later MTT satellite is available if you want to make a last-ditch attempt at winning your way into the Sunday Million Season Finale. Starting at 5:05 p.m. WET, and with the apt name of “Deadline Sat,” this $11 buy-in satellite has a cool 250x $109 seats in its prize pool. Again, this satellite is fast-paced, with starting stacks of 62.5 big blinds and five-minute levels, but it could be your best chance of playing your way into the $1.5 million guaranteed event.

Each of the satellites mentioned above has feeder satellites starting from only $0.55, giving everyone the chance to play in the Sunday Million Season Finale.

Other Routes into the Sunday Million Season Finale

Don’t forget that you can venture down the Power Path and exchange your Bronze Pass for a seat in the Sunday Million Season Finale. Step 1 of the Power Path is a $0.50 Spin & Go, while Step 2 only costs $1 for the Sit & Go or $1.50 for the multi-table tournament, opening the door for players on a tight budget or those who dream of enjoying an awe-inspiring ROI once they cash in the $1.5 million guaranteed event.

Five PokerStars Ambassadors hosted Sunday Million Season Episodes awarding a $109 Sunday Million Season Finale ticket to whoever eliminated them from their tournament. Although Fintan “easywithaces” Hand‘s event has already concluded, you have up to four chances to bust a pro and win a $109 ticket in the coming days.

It does not matter how you get into the $1.5 million Sunday Million Season Finale; all that matters is that you are there and giving yourself the chance to play for such a massive prize pool. The field will be an eclectic mix of recreational players, satellite winners, and seasoned professionals, arguably making it one of the softer $109 buy-in events you play this year. Good luck!

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