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Learn How to Qualify to the $1 Million Guaranteed Superstorm Main Event for FREE at 888poker

Superstorm at 888poker

How would you like a chance at a share of at least $1 million?

Would it sound any better if we told you that you can potentially play for at least this much in the prize pool in a tournament for free?

Now that we have your attention, listen up. 888poker is once again hosting the $1 million guaranteed $320 Superstorm Main Event.

The event is the crown jewel of its largest online poker festival to date in the Millions Superstorm Series. The festival features 460 action-packed events with $8 million in guaranteed prizes from Sept. 10 to Oct. 11. The good news is that you won't have to wait this long to get in the action for the Main Event with satellites and freerolls already running and the first opening flight not too far behind.

Win a Share of $1 million in the Superstorm Main Event.

About the Superstorm Main Event

The Superstorm is already ongoing with opening flights taking place every day with the first one taking place on Aug. 23 at 6 p.m. GMT / 2 p.m. EDT.

The tournament provides plenty of time to build a big stack. Players begin each opening flight with 10,000 in chips and blinds increasing slowly at every 20 minutes.

Each opening flight ends the sooner of 12 blind levels completed or 14 percent of the field remaining.

Players have the option to re-enter up to three times during each opening flight during the 200-minute late registration window. In addition, players that fail to virtually bag chips can try again during one of the many other opening flights.

Surviving players from any of the opening flights will resume action on Day 2 on Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. GMT / 4 p.m. EDT until a winner is crowned.

Qualify to the Superstorm Main Event for FREE!

How to Qualify to the Superstorm Main Event for FREE!

While many players will buy directly into the Superstorm Main Event and maybe even fire multiple bullets without a thought, there are plenty of others that the $320 buy-in will prove to be too high even with at least a $1 million guaranteed prize pool on the line.

The good news is that 888poker is hosting tons of direct qualifiers costing just $30. If this is still too much, you can play feeder tournaments to these satellites starting at just $0.01.

A penny is something everyone can afford. But we did mention that you can also win a ticket for free and here's how.

Every day you can spin the Daily Spinner at 888poker where you can win a freeroll satellite ticket that awards seats to the Main Event along with many other great prizes. If the wheel doesn't fall in your favor this isn't the only way you can grab a freeroll ticket by completing one of the following easy-to-complete challenges.

  • Wager at least $5 in sports events with minimum odds of 1.5 or higher.
  • Bet at least $5 in casino play.
  • Entering at least $3 worth of tournaments including BLAST (re-entries don't count towards requirements).
  • Win a cash game hand that reaches at least a flop with queen-jack at $0.02/$0.05 NLHE.

With this many ways to get into the Superstorm Main Event for free every day you have no excuse not to try.

Need an Account?

The Superstorm Main Event is your chance to hit it big. The best part is that you can get into the event for free, but, of course, you will need an account to do so.

If you don't already have one, we have even better news for you as our readers are treated to a welcome package far greater than most new players receive thanks to the special relationship we enjoy with 888poker.

Simply download 888poker through PokerNews and you will be awarded an $88 bonus (£20 in the UK) without making a deposit.

Once you are ready to make your first deposit, it will be matched in the form of a bonus up to $888, or more than twice as much advertised on the site.

  • The Superstorm features opening flights every day at 6 p.m. GMT at 888poker. Learn how to qualify for free.

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