2011 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure
On Tuesday, PokerStars, the biggest poker site online, released its schedule of 2011 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, which will play out at the Atlantis Resort and Casino on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
More than 50 tournaments will take place, with $ 25 million expected to be on the line. The 2011 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure will run from 5 to 16 January to include a variety of events at high risk including $ 100,000 Super High Roller Tournament from $ 25,000 high roller race a competition for $ 10,000 Turbo Six-Max, and the $ 10,300 Main Event. Satellites are available at PokerStars, which is ranked players en masse to the series of tournaments in the tropics.
Start preliminary event buy-in of $ 300 and will have poker games like No Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, Pot Limit Omaha Eight or Better, EOS, FIPL Draw (A-5, 2-7, Badugi, Baduci and Badacey), eight games, Stud Eight or Better, and Chinese poker. Turbo hand in hand, the complete ring and six-max contests played in what can truly be considered a festival of poker.
PokerStars officials already tripped in the annual tournament, whose schedule in January is perfect for North American players to escape the cold in sunny Nassau. Michael Ward, director of the tournament for the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, boasted in a press release distributed on Tuesday, “The ACP is truly a haven for poker players. Every January, thousands of players descend on the Atlantis participate in the first tournament of the year. The event last year was more than $ 24 million in total prizes and, undoubtedly, the 2011 PCA will be richer than ever. The ACC is a must-play event for both leisure and professional player. ”
The $ 10,300 Main Event begins on 08 January with the first of two days of departure will be crowned champion after six days. In his last run, American Harrison Gimbel deposited $ 2.2 million to take down the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure main event, beating Ty Reiman face to face in a clash of junior doctors. 2009 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event champion Barry Shulman Europe almost took the title in the Bahamas, but finished in fourth place and won $ 1.3 million.
last year’s tournament has been a feature of 1,529 grid and the top 224 players finished in the money. Despite the players come from all over the world to enter the final table eight Americans and one Norwegian. This year, PokerStars is to pay $ 15,780 prize packages including Main Event buy-in, nine nights at the Atlantis, and $ 1,000 in spending money. The pool Main Event prize is estimated to weigh about $ 20 million, making it one of the biggest tournaments ever held outside the United States.
Players begin with 30,000 in chips at this year’s PokerStars Caribbean Adventure main event. The blind levels will last an hour on two on day 1 and 75 minutes thereafter, the price of poker begins 50-100. An ante of 25 shots on level 5, when the blinds are 150-300. Players inquire about the event logo policy can refer to the PokerStars tournament rules, which states, “No player will be allowed to use at any event held during the PCA any logo or mark of any gaming operator which is not legally allowed to advertise in the UK ”
PokerStars has already qualified 170 for the Main Event of the Bahamas. Here is a look at some recent winners PokerStars Caribbean Adventure main event:
2004: Gus Hansen
2005: John Gale
2006: Steve Paul-Ambrose
2007: Ryan “Daut44” Daut
2008: Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier
2009: Poorya Nazari
2010: Harrison Gimbel
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