PokerStars VIP Club

Team Online Battle at VIP Club Live: Stockholm

The PokerStars VIP Club headed to Stockholm last weekend for their latest stop in their global series of VIP Club Live parties. These events, open to players of all VIP Statuses if you have enough FPPs, come with the usual VIP Club Live accoutrements: food, an open bar, entertainment, and the oppor...more

by Dylan C on May 2, 2014 7:21 AM

EPT10 Grand Final: Introducing Vladimir "shabalinvlad" Shabalin and his incr

In a room full of poker players it's often easy to pick out the stars of the game. You look to the table which is surrounded by video cameras; you look at the webcast feature table, that's always got a couple of big names on; you look for the players that have patches on their arms and are self-assu...more

by Rick Dacey on April 30, 2014 7:06 AM

Burning down the house

[A party needs a soundtrack. This will do.]"You do realise that's still lit, right?"I turned to PokerStars broadcasting legend James Hartigan and said, "If your party doesn't need a fire extinguisher, it's not really a party, is it?" But there she was: tall, shaved head, covered in tattoos, wearing ...more

by Lee Jones on November 26, 2013 9:00 AM

ElkY jealous of MouldyOnions and AWice's Supernova Elite race

We've got a bunch of players trying to win EPT Deauville and its €770,000 first prize, but out there, in online poker world, another battle rages on: The Race to Supernova Elite. And it's one that our very own ElkY - the first ever Supernova Elite - seems to be pretty jealous of (see the video evide...more

by Rick Dacey on February 6, 2013 9:17 AM

VIP Club: A car for the Kiwi

How many people have you met who list among their hobbies, "drinking with friends, being balla and traveling?" If you live in the poker world, your answer probably includes a list of more than a few people. Now, however, see if you can find any people among that list who are top table tennis players...more

by Brad Willis on January 29, 2009 10:36 AM

VIP Club: A $50 flip for Elite status

Boston's Jake Abdalla wanted it to be a special moment. Certainly, anyone who makes it to the PokerStars VIP Club's Supernova Elite status could pretty much write the one million VIP Player Point off as special and move on. But, hey, people have already done that. Abdalla wanted something different....more

by Brad Willis on January 26, 2009 10:44 AM

VIP Club: Second female Supernova ready to shine in '09

As 2008 came to a close, we became aware that one of the year's Supernova Elite players was the second female to ever achieve the top status. You may know her online as PokerSnoopy or in person as Millie Shiu. When we found out she was now a Supernova Elite, it seemed like a good time to have her in...more

by Brad Willis on January 2, 2009 10:17 AM

VIP Club: Liu snags car with FPP

When Eric Liu found himseld in need of a new car, he didn't just go down to the used car lot and pick up a clunker to get him around town. He chatted up the folks at the PokerStars VIP Club and ended up paying for most of his vehicle with Frequent Player Points. We asked him to let us in on the stor...more

by Brad Willis on November 20, 2008 10:29 AM

VIP Club: A truck for knifefish8's truckload of points

If PokerStars Frequent Player Points ever started weighing anything, carting around a few million of them would be a pretty hard task. PokerStars VIP Club member knifefish8 may have just come up with a solution. He used them to buy a truck. This truck.We asked PokerStars newest man behind the whe...more

by Brad Willis on September 25, 2008 7:53 PM

Supernova Elites explode in July

If you didn't spend last month under a rock, you probaly know PokerStars had a bit of a promotion (read: its biggest ever) during the month of the July. The end of the PokerStars 2X promotion saw tons of people win tournaments that bumped up their PokerStars VIP Club level.In the month of July, we ...more

by Brad Willis on August 13, 2008 10:13 AM
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