Thursday morning at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in the Bahamas, Joey Ingram ran a almost three-hour long live Poker Life Podcast session with guest Bill Perkins. Those are words that many never would have guessed they’d hear, given Ingram’s contentious history with the online poker giant.
The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure was an annual televised poker tournament.The event was first held in 2004 and was originally co-sponsored by PokerStars and the World Poker Tour.In 2008, the event moved from the WPT to the European Poker Tour.In 2010, the event was moved again and served as the inaugural event of the North American Poker Tour.In 2017 the tournament was the inaugural event of.
PokerStars Caribbean Adventure ( PCA ) is an annual TV Show over a Poker Tournament taking place at the Atlantis Casino and Resort on Atlantis Paradise Island since 2005 and prior that and for one time only at the Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas cruise ship in 2004. PCA was originally co-sponsored by World Poker Tour (WPT) and PokerStars.The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure is the second stop on the third season of the LAPT. Originally a stop on the World Poker Tour (WPT), the tournament moved to the EPT in 2008. It was the lone.Buried in the depths of that interview, PokerStars has announced that, after a 15-year run, that the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure will not be contested in 2020 and, effectively, is done as a.
PokerStars Caribbean Adventure The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure was an annual televised poker tournament. The event was first held in 2004 and was originally co-sponsored by PokerStars and the World Poker Tour. In 2008, the event moved from the WPT to the European Poker Tour.Read More
Nassau, Bahamas has always been the home of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (now called the PokerStars Players Championship) at the nearby Atlantis Bahamas Resort since 2004. For a long time now this area has been a favorite destination in one's poker calendar every January. PokerStars' Bahamas event is scheduled on January 6 to 14, 2019.Read More
PokerStars has decided to shut down the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure tournament series. This move comes three months before the 2020 PCA would’ve taken place in the Bahamas. Stars’ decision comes as somewhat of a surprise when considering that the 2019 PCA was largely a success.Read More
Official PokerStars Blog. The first edition of the PSPC took place in January 2019 at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas, seeking to replace the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA). The poker operator also wanted to provide an olive branch to the professional players mostly affected by PokerStars’ decisions to increase rake and scale-back.Read More
Thursday morning at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in the Bahamas, Joey Ingram ran a almost three-hour long live Poker Life Podcast session with guest Bill Perkins. Those are words that many.Read More
The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, or PCA as it was affectionately known, is to cease being after 16 years as a traditional new year showpiece. The Adventure began life in 2004 with a field of 221 aboard a cruise ship as part of the World Poker Tour, a full seven years before Black Friday.Read More
The first weekend of the 2016 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure series (PCA) brought both exciting and disturbing moments. In the latter category, Antonio Esfandiari, one of the game’s most popular.Read More
PokerStars Caribbean Adventure found its new home one year after that, settling at Atlantis Resort, which is a big facility that takes up almost half of Paradise Island. The tournament lasted there.Read More
If you’ve been waiting for an announcement on dates for the 2020 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure so you can book your trip to the Bahamas, just go ahead and cancel your plans altogether or find a.Read More
PokerStars is an online poker cardroom owned by The Stars Group.It can be accessed through downloadable poker clients for the Windows, macOS, Android and iOS.It is the largest real money online poker site in the world, controlling over two-thirds of the total online poker market. A PokerStars.com online satellite tournament produced the 2003 World Series of Poker (WSOP) champion, Chris.Read More