PokerStars has released a huge live poker announcement including the dates for the PSPC, PCA Bahamas and EPT Barcelona 2022.
Huge announcement about upcoming live events: confirmed dates for the PSPC and plans for an epic PCA!https://t.co/ioAELfYHNG
— PokerStars Blog (@PokerStarsBlog) April 8, 2022
$25,000 PokerStars Players No-Limit Hold’em Championship to run alongside PCA Bahamas
The announcement also confirmed the return of the $25,000 PokerStars Players No-Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC).
Breaking: The #PSPC will take place in January 2023. Find out where 👇
Plus, more EPT and UKIPT stops announced ℹ️ https://t.co/CbNO2Km8hS pic.twitter.com/q0ToOJw8yM
— PokerStars (@PokerStars) April 8, 2022
The inaugural PokerStars NL Hold’em PSPC was held in January of 2019 and created a massive created a massive $26,455,500 prize pool with its winner Ramon Colillas taking home a whopping $5,100,000!
The PSPC 2022 will runs alongside the PCA Bahamas and takes place from January 30 to February 3, 2023.
“If there is one tournament to choose for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, it will be the PSPC”
Severin Rasset, PokerStars Managing Director & Commercial Officer, said:
“We have missed our live events as much as our players, so it is our true pleasure to announce the PokerStars Players Championship will take place at Baha Mar in January . Beautiful location, hundreds of qualifiers, with millions to win. If there is one tournament to choose for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, it will be the PSPC. We will provide more details soon on how to get your hands on a Platinum Pass – stay tuned!”
EPT Barcelona returns after a three-year break
EPT Barcelona has always been one of the favourite stops of poker players on the tournament circuit.
The last edition in 2019 produced the largest EPT Barcelona Main Event in history with 1,988 players and now it’s finally back after a three-year break.
EPT Barcelona will run from August 8-21 with the highlight events being the €5,000 Main Event (August 15-21), a €10,000 High Roller (August 19-21) and a huge €100,000 Super High Roller (August 14-16).
PokerStars Welcomes Back the PCA
Last but not least, the fantastic PokerStars Carribean Adventure (PCA) also celebrates its comeback in a brand-new location.
The PCA is moving to the brand-new Baha Mar Hotel and Resort, Nassau, where it will take place from January 22nd to February 3rd, 2023.
The 2023 PCA schedule is not finalized yet, but it’s already clear that the buy-in for the PCA Main Event buy-in will be $10,300.
In addition to that, there will be side events in all formats, variants and buy-in levels, means there will be something for every taste and poker bankroll.
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