Spin and Go Flash Launches at PokerStars

New Spin & Go Flash offers faster-paced tournaments1-minute levels and starting stacks of 500 chipsRandomised prize pools are available, allowing players to win up to 1000x their buy-in

Online poker tournaments are full of fun and excitement, but sometimes they can drag on for a bit too long. For players that want a faster tournament experience, PokerStars has a solution with the new Spin & Go Flash format.

Spin & Go Flash tournaments are faster than the averageSpin & Go with smaller starting stacks and quicker levels. So, youcan vie for amazing jackpots in just a few minutes.

About Spin & Gos

If you’re not familiar with Spin & Gos, they are fun,fast-paced tournaments that are exclusive to PokerStars. Players jointhree-seat tables and the tournament rakes place in a hyper-turbo format wherelevels are three minutes along.

Buy-ins start at a just $1 and go all the way up to $25.The prize pool is randomly drawn, and the first-place payout can be anywherefrom two-times to 1000-times your buy-in. Second and third place players alsoreceive 8% ph646 to 10% of the prize pool, so players don’t leave the table empty-handed.

How Spin & Go Flash Kicks Things Up a Notch

In the newly introduced Spin & Go Flash tournaments, everythinggoes much faster. You begin with a smaller stack than in the usual Spin &Go games (300 chips versus 500 chips) and levels are just one-minute long.Everything else is the same, so you’re paying the same rake and getting thesame payouts as in the original Spin & Gos.

Take a look at the trailer here:

The is the first new addition to the PokerStars offeringsince the site added 6+ Hold’em games in July. Also known as short-deckpoker, the game is played with a smaller deck of cards. All of the cardsbetween 2 and 5 are removed from the deck. The variation has become incrediblypopular at PokerStars, and it’s great to see that the site continues to add newgames for players to enjoy.

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If you like fast-paced action, you can also play Zoom Poker.This is PokerStars’ fast-fold variant, where you’re moved to a new table everytime you fold or win a hand. You can play over 100 hands per hour, which allowsyou to build your bankroll quicker.