Bankroll Management

PokerStars became the world's largest poker site for a lot of reasons. Many of our players, perhaps you, can reel them off: a great product, constant innovation, top customer service, unbeatable liquidity, smart marketing, having the most trusted brand name in the online poker wo...more

by Eric Hollreiser on October 24, 2014 11:15 AM

Time to change online structures?

I'm writing in the midst of playing this year's WCOOP. It's been a grind, with many long days at the computer.The structures for most of the WCOOP events are so deep it makes the series unlike any other as far as online poker is concerned. They are so slowly structured in fact-...more

by Johnny Lodden on October 24, 2014 9:16 AM

2014 ACOP: Ten Questions for ElkY

ElkY is no stranger to Macau and the Asia Championship of Poker. In fact, the Team PokerStars Pro has been a Macau regular since 2007 and was happy to answer some of our questions about playing in the gaming capital of the world.1. Which events are you planning to play at the AC...more

by PokerStars LIVE Macau Staff on October 23, 2014 8:42 AM

What makes the Asia Championship of Poker so special?

Tournament poker in Asia had a breakthrough when PokerStars landed on the shores of Macau and launched the Macau Poker Cup series. Its main event - known as the Red Dragon event - continues to grow and break records annually. What started with 30-something entrants is now at nea...more

by Bryan Huang on October 23, 2014 8:19 AM

Finding your way to Prague and the EPT and Eureka Main Events

We know what it's like when you just want to sit down a play, especially when the intention is to qualify for an event you've been waiting for all year long. Sometimes though you wind up getting lost in the PokerStars lobby in the rush, finding yourself mis-clicking and winding u...more

by Stephen Bartley on October 23, 2014 5:18 AM

Clear your schedule, MicroMillions is back for November

It's the tournament series that's open to everyone, and played by everyone, with buy-ins suited to every conceivable bankroll. And now it's back. Micro Millions returns next month for its ninth incarnation, promising low buy-ins and big prizes. It's quite simply the richest low-s...more

by Stephen Bartley on October 22, 2014 6:39 AM

The burden of the Poker Hall of Fame

The Poker Hall of Fame is a gallery reserved for the greatest names in the poker world.Every year, 10 names are chosen through a public vote, and they are introduced to the living members (21) of Poker Hall of Fame and a group of journalists (20). Those 41 people are the ones who...more

by Joao Nunes on October 22, 2014 6:28 AM

2014 ACOP: How to get followed

We're just days away from the 2014 Asia Championship of Poker and you can smell the anticipation and excitement in the air for the Far East's biggest annual poker competition!For those who have missed the stories leading up to ACOP, one Mr. Awesome has compiled them for you right...more

by Fred Leung on October 22, 2014 6:17 AM

Your chance to #AskMickey as Team Online week continues

I can think of a few things I'd like to ask Mickey "Mement_mori" Petersen, starting with what else did he find while packing for a move to Edinburgh, other than a $5,000 Las Vegas poker chip? I'd also like to know if he misses the Danish winters, where the snow seems to "fall" ho...more

by Stephen Bartley on October 22, 2014 4:11 AM

jbrown8777 captures Super Tuesday title, $103K; Nicolas Fierro, Nov. Niner M

As is usually the case, this week's Super Tuesday featured both a big field with 590 entrants and a number of poker's top players, with a final table that included the likes of Vicente "vicenfish" Zamorano, Nicolas "PKaiser" Fierro, Jeremy "00psiedaisy" Fitzpatrick, Miltos "Milto...more

by Martin Harris on October 22, 2014 1:09 AM

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EPT11 London High Roller

Congratulations to Andrew Chen, winner of EPT London High Roller and £394,200!

EPT11 London Main Event

Congratulations to Sebastian Pauli, winner of the EPT11 London Main Event and £499,700. The 100th EPT Champion

LAPT7 Peru

Congratulations to Oscar Alache, winner of the LAPT7 Peru Grand Final Main Event and $135,488