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DaWarsaw vs Tzen1 in MicroMillions challenge

Team PokerStars Online members Grzegorz 'DaWarsaw' Mikielewicz and Richard 'Tzen1' Veenman have picked this Sunday's MicroMillions as a battleground. To the winner the spoils, which are in this case a day's of valeting at the PCA this January.

"Get me a Jamba Juice!"
"Hold my place in the water slide queue!"
"Count my chips! You look with your eyes, not your hands!"
"Dance for me, monkey boy, DANCE!"
"Oil my back."
"Wax my back."

The requests could turn this Sunday into one hell of a grudge match. Guys, if you could go as far as dedicating an hour - hey, why not two? - to getting your valet to help us out on the PokerStars Blog (which will be covering the PCA in depth; Main Event, High Roller, Super High Roller... pretty much everything) then we'd appreciate it.

We took a closer look at Tzen1 earlier this year and if you'd like to track his progress or find out more about this challenge then drop in on his blog here.


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Richard 'Tzen1' Veenman

DaWarsaw has also had his time in the PokerStars spotlight with a short film giving an insight of how the Polish grinder likes to pass his time. It could be summed up in a couple of words: competing and winning. Tzen1 will have his hands full with this challenge.


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Grzegorz 'DaWarsaw' Mikielewicz

THE RULES

  • Tournaments played take place on Sunday 18 November for MicroMillions events 28-34
  • They can only play events theyve qualified to play them using FPPs (frequent player points)
  • They can only start play FPP qualifiers on Sunday, starting at 06:00
  • They can rebuy as many times as they would like, but only having qualified with FPPs
  • Whoever wins the most money (rebuys will be deducted, FPPs won't) in these seven events is the winner!
  • The loser of this challenge will be the personal assistant for one full day at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in January
  • In case of a tie, both will have to be Tyler 'frosty012' Frost's PA for a day ("That would be really worst case scenario," said Veenman.)


    Follow their progress by following @DaWarsaw and @Tzen1 on Twitter.

    is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.

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