PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Day 1A

The PokerStar Caribbean Adventure (PCA) Main Event got started today with 668 players for day 1A.  Players either had to pay a $10,000 dollar buyin for this tournament or some won their way there.
The PCA Main Event is a stop on the Latin American Poker Tour (LAPT) and the European Poker Tour (EPT).
Last year the event saw 1,347 players trying for first place.  In order to meet or beat last year’s total day 1B is going to need at least 679 players.
There were plenty of notable players starting day 1A including, Barry Greenstein, Daniel Negreanu and more.  Stay tuned for more reports from day 1B to see who stays in and who is sent home.
New players are eligible for a bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

Other news:   Championship Online Poker Series coming to BetOnline Poker

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