PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in Full Swing

January 6, 2012

The 2012 edition of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, also known as the PCA, is underway and will run through January 14th at world-renowned Atlantis Resort & Casino located in the Bahamas on Paradise Island. The Main Event will be held January 7 through 13th. Millions of dollars will be won in what is the biggest live poker tourney outside the US.

Last year’s PCA Main Event winner, Galen Hall, won a $2.3 million cash payout, Eugene Katchalov won the $100K Super High Roller event with a $1.5 million payout, and the $25K High Roller event title went to William Molson, who won more than $1 million after coming in second in the same event for the two previous years. This year promises to be just as rich. Hall is currently in the lead once again in the Super High Roller event this year, at the time of this writing. Jonathan Duhamel sits with the second biggest chip lead and Negreanu in third, followed by Viktor Blom. Humberto Brenes is also still in the action. Play to resume tomorrow.

And in light of the successful live feed of the 2011 WSOP, the PCA will also be viewable via live feed on with a 40-minute delay, hole cards showing. Broadcasts will be available in English, German, Spanish, and Russian. Broadcasters will be Big Game host Joe Stapleton and James Hartigan. Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu will also be hosting if and when he’s eliminated.

Watch live PCA coverage here.


Comments are closed.