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Online Poker Rake Free Cash Game League Introduced by PokerStars

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Mar/09/2017

PokerStars, the world’s largest real money online poker room, has unveiled its new All Stars Rake Free Cash League.

$100,000 in leaderboard prizes will be rewarded.

From PartTimePoker.com:

All Stars will be held during the month of April with two stake levels: NL200 for “Masters” qualifiers and NL2000 for “All Star” qualifiers. NO RAKE will be taken from this cash game competition.

To qualify for the league, players will need to have been fairly profitable at PokerStars over the last 12 months.

Masters Level: Players with at least $10k in winnings playing NL100 to NL400

All Star Level: Players with at least $25k in winnings playing NL500 and up.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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