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PokerStars is preparing to host their second High Roller Series starting this weekend, with $10m in total guaranteed prize money up for grabs. The series will take place from March 18th to the 26th, offering 27 tournaments in total. This year, the series schedule includes five more than the inaugural festival, with a ton of value and opportunity for both amateurs and pros alike.

The majority of the events on the schedule will feature a No-Limit Hold’em format but there will be other variants on offer including No-Limit Omaha Hi/Lo, Pot-Limit Omaha, 8-game and Pot-Limit Omaha/No-Limit Hold’em mix. Zoom will also be on the schedule along with progressive knockout, turbo and freezeout formats.

The online poker festival will begin with the event #1, the $1,050 NLHE $500,000 guaranteed tournament. The first event begins at 2pm ET. Players looking for a $1 million or more guaranteed event should log online on the 20th, 22nd or the 25th of March. The 20th will see the $10,300 NLHE 8-Max event take place with $1 million in guaranteed prize up for grabs. On the 22nd, players can compete in the $10,300 NLHE 8-Max Progressive KO with $1m prize pool on offer, while the 25th will offer the $2,100 NLHE Main Event with a whopping $2 million in guaranteed prize money.

While professional poker players can afford the higher buy-ins with ease, us regular players need a little help. To gain entry for much less, PokerStars is offering several feeder tournaments as well as satellites. Players can quality for the Main Event as well as other events by playing in Spin & Go tournaments for just $25.

Players can visit PokerStars today to find out more about each tournament on the schedule as well as find satellites on offer. Members of PokerStars can log-in and use the search term High Rollers within the Tourney tab to find more details about the series events. Buy-ins for each event range from $530 to $10,300, with plenty of satellites on offer for players to earn a buy-in at a much lower rate.