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Webcast from Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open starts today

The quality and entertainment value of EPTLive is as such that we kind of take it for granted these days. Whether it's a full-on EPT Live broadcast for television, complete with one hour delay and cards up, or an EPT Live "Lite" broadcast, showing the action from the tour as it is, without polish an...more

by Stephen Bartley on September 2, 2014 9:06 AM

Time to meet the Protégés

WCOOP is now just days away, and for four players this year's Championship will be a potentially life changing experience. They are the chosen ones--The Protégés--winners of one of the most exciting PokerStars promotions of the summer."The Protégé" promotion sought to find four lucky players to be t...more

by Stephen Bartley on September 2, 2014 4:58 AM

Weekend Review: ANZPT goes big Down Under

It's a strange, dynamic, this whole calendar-flipping-to-September thing. As those of us in the northern hemisphere start battening down the hatches, covering the BBQ grills, and looking for the leaf rake, our friends in Australia are now enjoying the promise of spring.Perhaps that's what got things...more

by Brad Willis on September 1, 2014 7:43 AM

PokerStars picks the Protégés

There are four people around the world who are having a very, very good day. They've just learned they are the winners of The Protégé.After making it through a qualifying tournament phase, submitting finalist videos, and appealing to the public for their votes, these four people will now get special...more

by Brad Willis on August 28, 2014 11:03 AM

Weekend Review: EPT goes bonkers in Barcelona

When the European Poker Tour's celebration of its 100th Main Event kicked off last week, it wasn't without some anticipation for a big party. People had been planning this festival for a long time. And then things went sort of bonkers. After an eye-popping Super High Roller, the Main Event registrat...more

by Brad Willis on August 25, 2014 7:17 AM

Weekend Review: Macau crowns champ, EPT100 kicks off

It's poker season again, folks. Just as the Macau Poker Cup wrapped up in Asia, the European Poker Tour prepared to celebrate one of its biggest festivals ever. Right now in Barcelona, Spain, the EPT is getting ready to kick off it's 100th Main Event. In the meantime, the Estrellas Poker Tour is bre...more

by Brad Willis on August 18, 2014 8:46 AM

The Protégé voting is now open

Right now, eight people are waiting for your vote to determine who gets one-on-one coaching with four of PokerStars top Team Pros. It's up to you to decide who becomes one of the Protégés.As you might have heard, PokerStars introduced The Protégé a month ago. Top finishers in qualifying tournaments ...more

by Brad Willis on August 15, 2014 7:57 AM

PokerStars Summer Daily Challenges worth half a million

They call these the Dog Days of summer. In a lot of places it's hot outside. People are off on holiday. It might be hard to get your friends together for a game. That shouldn't stop you from winning a lot of money, though. So, starting today on PokerStars, you'll have 500,000 reasons to get back to ...more

by Brad Willis on August 12, 2014 6:54 AM

VIP Club Live: Montreal

Being on the live circuit for a few years, I've been accustomed to the world class parties PokerStars throws. Whether they're kicking off the EPT festivals or celebrating the end of PCA, their parties are always grandiose and full of surprises. When the VIP Club announced earlier this year they wou...more

by Marc-Andre Ladouceur on August 11, 2014 8:41 AM

Weekend Review: Macau Poker Cup, Sunday majors draw big crowds

If you had any doubts about the on-going popularity of poker in the Far East, you only needed to look at the registration line for the Macau Poker Cup. Over the weekend, more than 800 people signed up to play the 21st running of Macau's most popular tournament series Main Event. After two days of pl...more

by Brad Willis on August 11, 2014 8:16 AM
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