PokerStars Promises Bigger Brazilian Series of Poker in March; Special Sunday Million Approaches

A trip to Rio de Janeiro may not be in the works, but PokerStars players can battle it out in Brazil virtually in March. The Brazilian Series of Poker (BSOP) continues online March 24-29 with 24 tournaments and a $1.5 million guarantee.

Players competing will also earn some nice hardware with all winners take home an official BSOP trophy. It should be another nice series for players around the world on the .COM platform.

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PokerStars Brazilian Series of Poker highlights

Buy-ins across the series range from $11 to $530. PokerStars has plenty of satellite opportunities. Players can jump in qualifiers starting at just $0.55 beginning on March 17.

The two-day $215 Main Event highlights the series on March 28 and comes with  a $400,000 guarantee. That’s a $100,000 increase over the previous series.

Players with smaller bankrolls may also want to check out the $22 Mini Main Event on the same day. That event comes with a $115,000 guarantee, offering some nice value for the buy-in.

The $82 Start-Up gets things started on March 24 with a $60,000 guarantee. The $530 High Roller should also attract a nice field with a $90,000 guarantee.

The $11 Big Hit tournament broke records in the last online series for the biggest field in BSOP history. That event attracted 11,417 entries and comes with a $80,000 guarantee this year. Players can look for another big field.

PokerStars massive Sunday Million coming soon

The BSOP is just of several events underway this month on PokerStars platforms. A big part of that is the 15th anniversary of the Sunday Million.

The $215 tournament is set for March 21 and guarantees $12.5 million. The Sunday Million is the longest-running weekly online poker tournament featuring a $1 million guarantee.

PokerStars celebrates 15 years of the Sunday Million on March 21 with a $12.5 million guarantee.

This special event should attract a huge field looking for plenty of extra value. The site has also been giving away more than $500,000 in tournament tickets through various promotions.

In 2020, Brazil’s Alex “AAAArthur” Brito came out on top for $1.1 million after a four-way deal.

The tournament brought in 60,897 players and 93,015 total entries. That accounted for a final prize pool of $18.6 million – the biggest Sunday Million ever.

Will the 2021 version eclipse that total? That remains to be seen but some major cash should again be on the line.

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