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PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

Tags: bahamas, pca, pokerstars caribbean adventure.
Posted on 05 January 2010 by "T".

PokerStars Caribbean Adventure poker festival kicked off yesterday with a Main Event satellite and a NL Turbo tournament. In total 50 events will be played between 4 - 14 January. The two most notable tournaments in this years PCA is of course the Main Event with $10,000 buy-in that starts today, and the highroller event with $25,000 buy-in on Janauary 11.

About PCA
PokerStars Caribbean Adenture was established back in 2004 and has since then awarded over $39,000,000 in prize money. The tournament is played in the beutiful Bahamas and attracts lots of poker players from all over the globe to come and play each year. The PCA is especially popular amongst younger american poker pros as they only have to be 18 years of age to take part and not 21 like in the WSOP.

Here are the previous PCA Main Event winners:

2009 - Poorya Nazari - $3,000,000
2008 - Bertrand "Elky" Grospeiller - $2,000,000
2007 - Ryan Daut - $1,535,255
2006 - Steve Paul Ambrose - $1,388, 600
2005 - John Gale - $890,600
2004 - Daniel Negreanu - $455,780

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11 comments on "PokerStars Caribbean Adventure"

 MANUEDO05/01/2010 16:30:26 GMT
What a wonderful location: I'm posting in a cold, rainy day and some lucky guys not only are paid to play but also play in Bahamas islands ....... Sad
 paulparadiis05/01/2010 18:31:07 GMT
Oh, i'd like to be there. I'd like to be there very much... Club
 FenoMeno05/01/2010 18:41:27 GMT
yes, it would be very nice to be there Smile but one day I will be there..maybe Smile just a little chance...but no 0!! Big Smile
 Tchungpo05/01/2010 19:02:48 GMT
This tournament is really a big big one... not so far of the WSOP finally !
Good luck to all players and may the best wins (then we have nice final tables ! )
 LaBaiz05/01/2010 20:01:40 GMT
looks like this tournament main event is getting bigger and bigger every year, probably because of the lower age limit. Good for the young guns Blink
 shokaku05/01/2010 21:18:20 GMT
Arrghh, thw world is sooo cruel Evil

Sitting here, -10°C and snowy. And those guys play poker on the Bahamas. Evil
 dozn0105/01/2010 23:10:21 GMT
its bloody snowing here i want to be there now topping up my tan Blink
 SuperNoob06/01/2010 01:47:39 GMT
nice location for a poker tournament, and with minimum age 18 to play, this one will attract lot of players in this cold weather.
good first prize for main event
 mazas06/01/2010 15:06:05 GMT
good price nice play to play or just relax if u runner off earlier so good luck players at the tables Smile
its really nice to see that all the new year prize is growing up very fast so that sum of bucks now take the winner ?

we have the same snowing and -12 its really good for them playing in Bahamas and seeing sunshine Tongue
 xxxbchxxx06/01/2010 16:53:39 GMT
What $25k buy in........OMFG thats crazy...
If I had $25k theres no way id use it to buy in to a poker my wife would kill me...hehehe
But going to the bahamas would be lovely...oh yeah!
 duck_199107/01/2010 01:12:16 GMT
uuu , lots of money , i dream with my eyes open right now Smile) i play for about 5 months i think , with breaks Smile and only 1000 $ profit :| ... 25 k buy in 8-| lots of money to spend , but if you are a pro you get a vacation bonus Blink god help us =)) everybody to win Tongue

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