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Secure a Platinum Pass For Pennies in the PokerStars EasterWithAces Series

April 05, 2022
EasterWithAces Series

Easter is almost upon us and PokerStars is getting into the spirit by giving Fintan "easywithaces" Hand his very own tournament series. The EasterWithAces series runs from April 4 though April 17, features ten value-packed events, a special freeroll, plus six community home games that give PokerStars players the chance to win a share of almost $190,000, including a coveted PSPC Platinum Pass.

EasterWithAces Schedule

Ten events with buy-ins from $5.50 to $55 adorn the EasterWithAces schedule. Each of those tournaments have guaranteed prize pools ranging from $2,500 up to a cool $75,000. That larger sum is reserved for the $33 buy-in EasterWithAces Main Event on April 16.

Satellites for the EasterWithAces Main Event are in the PokerStars lobby right now with an affordable $1.10 buy-in. There are also satellites for the other scheduled events from a mere $0.55, meaning everyone has the chance to enjoy this festival.

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In addition to the ten EasterWithAces events, there are six community home games costing between $0.11 and $0.55. These run from April 13-15.

Players in the EasterWithAces events and community home games can win tickets to the series finale, a ticket-only freeroll with $39,000 worth of prizes shared by the top 100 finishers. Finish in the top 100 to receive a tournament ticket worth between $11 and a cool $5,300. Become the EasterithAces Freeroll champion, however, and a PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) Platinum Pass, worth $30,000, is all yours! Imagine getting your hands on a Platinum Pass for pennies; it would be amzing.

EasterWithAces Freeroll Payouts

  • 1st – Platinum Pass
  • 2nd - $5,300 ticket
  • 3rd - $1,050 ticket
  • 4th-5th - $530 ticket
  • 6th-7th - $19 ticket
  • 8th-9th - $55 ticket
  • 10th-50th - $22 ticket
  • 51st-100th - $11 ticket


— Fintan Hand (@EasyWithAces)

Hand Cashes In The First EasterWithAces Event

Fintan Hand
Fintan Hand

The first of ten EasterWithAces events took place on April 4. It drew in a bumper crowd of 1,586 entries, more than doubling the $7,500 guarantee the top 223 finishers shared $15,542.

Hand went deep in the event, eventually bowing out in 22nd place.

Each of the eight finalists won at least $221 for their efforts, with the top three finishers turning their $11 investment into a four figure haul. Brazil’s "Jucaltajai" finished third for $1,203, which left "ZzZzZzZzSsZ" of Canada and "hassabi" of Finland heads-up for the title. The heads-up duo struck a deal that saw the Canadian bank $1,856 and the Finn become the first EasterWithAces champion, a finishing worth $2,200.

EasterWithAces 01: $11 NLHE 8-Max Freezeout Final Table

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Hand, who will be streaming the series on his Twitch channel while performing tasks set by Twitch moderators, is super excited to be able to give away a PSPC Platinum Pass.

"Happy Easter, you beautiful folks. I am really excited that PokerStars are giving me my own series and an amazing opportunity for someone from my community to win a PSPC Platinum Pass."

Join PokerStars and Bag a $600 Welcome Bonus

New depositing PokerStars customers can claim a welcome bonus worth up to $600. Download PokerStars via PokerNews, create your free account, and decide how much you want to deposit. Your deposit is matched 100% up to $600 in the form of a bonus. In fact, your first three deposits in the first 60-days after making your first deposit are matched up to a combined total of $600.

The bonus releases into your playable balance in $10 increments each time you generate 180 redemption points, which in turn are earned at a rate of five per $1 contributed to the cash game rake or spent on tournament fees (6.5 points per £1, 5.5 points per €1, and four points per CAD$).

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