amFAR charity event

2010 PCA amFAR Tournament: Qualifier's title, charity the big winner

"Poker players have the biggest hearts," Montel Williams said. To stress the point, Daniel Negreanu added: "Poker players are very generous people." It may not be the wider world's view of card players, but in the poker community, very few people would disagree. We've seen before how poker money is ...more

by Simon Young on January 9, 2010 3:57 AM

2010 PCA amFAR Tournament: Final table

The amFAR and PokerStars Charity Tournament is a shootout event. This post will cover the final table. Click refresh for latest updates.See here for more about amFAR and its work in AIDS research, and here for live TV coverage. See Round 1 for reports on the, er, first round.2.25am: Spencer Benjafie...more

by Simon Young on January 8, 2010 10:31 PM

2010 PCA amFAR Tournament: Round one

The amFAR and PokerStars Charity Tournament is a shootout event. With four tables in play, this post will cover the first round, with two players from each table going through to the final. Players start with 5,000 chips and will enjoy 20-minute levels. Click refresh for latest updates.See here for ...more

by Simon Young on January 8, 2010 6:30 PM

2010 PCA amFAR Tournament: Stars out for charity extravaganza

PokerStars has led the way in showing poker is not an entirely selfish sport. While making money, and a lot of it, is the name of the game, giving something back to deserving causes is very much a part of the poker player's make up.Tonight, while thoughts of bagging lots of cash are still uppermost ...more

by Simon Young on January 8, 2010 4:46 PM

Live Tournament Coverage

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

Archives