PokerStars Caribbean Adventure to Start on January 5th
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January 6, 2012
PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) has been announced to start on January 5th. The competition will run for 10 days and will feature as many as 41 events. According to the latest announcement made by PokerStars, the High Roller Finals and PCA Main Event will be broadcasted live. Poker fans can watch the live events through PokerStars.tv.
The PCA Main Event will be covered on January 13th. The High Roller final table will be broadcasted on January 14th. James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton will host the events. Daniel Negreanu of Team PokerStars Pro will be in the commentary box. The shows will have deposit bonus programs, interviews and viewer freerolls.
$6 Million Prize Pool Generated for the PCA Main Event
The PCA Main Event has already recorded more than 600 entries. The prize pool generated till now is $6 million. It is expected to increase further. Qualifiers for the Main Event are running at the Atlantis resort. The satellites have a buy-in worth $1,000. The tourneys will be in the re-buy format and will run on January 6th and 7th. The PCA Main Event will feature a wide range of tourneys. The buy-ins will be between $200 and $100,000.
Fred J. Lounsberry Welcomes PCA Main Event
PCA will take place in Bahamas at the Paradise Island Resort and Casino of Atlantis. The CEO of Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board, Fred J. Lounsberry stated that the PCA is one of the most exciting events in the world of poker. Nassau Paradise Island visitors get the opportunity to watch poker tournaments Vegas-style. The excellent cuisine and beautiful beaches of the island offer added enjoyment to visitors.
Super High Roller Event to be Played by Top Poker Players
The Super High Roller event is another attraction of the PCA. This year the tournament will be played by the top poker players in the industry. The Super High Roller will have a buy-in of $100,000. Last year the High Roller event was won by Eugene Katchalov. The player competed against Daniel Negreanu and finally won a total of $1.5 million.
About 20 players have registered for the prestigious PokerStars event. Some of them include Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier, Daniel Negreanu, Dan Shak, David Sands, Isaac Haxton and Eugene Katchalov.