PokerStars just finished up its 2021 Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) last month and it was a huge success. Over $137 million in prize money was provided to players and plenty of action was enjoyed at the virtual felt. Now that SCOOP is over, PokerStars is not ready to stop having fun. The brand recently announced the SCOOP Afterparty, with a whopping 60 additional events on offer.
If you are a fan of SCOOP, then the Afterpartyis something you must attend. The platform has divided the new events into the Low, Medium, and High tiers, making it easy for players to be able to compete no matter their bankroll. The events are listed in the PokerStars client with the option to take part in satellites as well.
From May 4-18, players will find the Afterparty at PokerStars. Players have already been able to take part in major events including the Half Price Super Tuesday SE with a $530 buy-in. This event offered a total of $250,000 in guaranteed prize money!
The schedule is full of unique options including Win-The-Button, progressive knockouts, and six-max. Several throwback events took place on May 5 and were one-day only options, allowing players to compete quickly.
This weekend, there is plenty of action during the special Afterparty. On Friday night, there are several events on the schedule including Friday Night Fight events. The $109 NLHE option is an 8-Max Progressive knockout that features a $200,000 prize pool.
The smaller versions of the event include a $5.50 and $22 buy-in option. The lower one has a guaranteed prize pool of $40,000. The medium version has a larger $125,000 prize pool on offer. Each of these events offers plenty of value for poker fans.
On Saturday night, players can take part in the Main Run. This event is a progressive knockout option and the Saturday Night Eliminator. The buy-in is $215 and there is a $400,000 prize pool on offer. This is the largest guarantee for the series within the first few events on the schedule.
The Main Run also offers a Low and Medium version. The Low version has a $100,000 prize pool and only an $11 buy-in. The Medium option has a $55 buy-in and provides a much larger $225,000 prize pool.
On Sunday, PokerStars is offering an NLHE event with an 8-Max format plus progressive knockout. It is the Sunday Warm-up version, and it offers a buy-in of $215 with $300,000 in total prize money up for grabs. If you are looking for something on the low end, the site has the $5.50 PLO 6-max event with $7,500 in total prize money.
The schedule really offers something for everyone at all buy-in levels. Check it out today to see what all PokerStars has in store for the SCOOP Afterparty and plan your next events. There is still plenty of time to take part in the unexpected series and hopefully cash out a few times in events along the way!