PokerStars Announces 2 More Stops in NAPT

PokerStars recently announced the new North American Poker Tour (NAPT) which will be the first big poker tour in North America.  The NAPT officially started with the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure happening in the Bahamas on Paradise Island on January 5th.
There are already two more stop planned and more are expected to be announced later on this year.  The second stop in the NAPT is going to be in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Venetian Casino from February 20th through the 24th.
The Venetian stop is going to be the Venetian Deep Stack Extravaganza I Main Event and from there the NAPT is going to head to Uncasville, Connecticut on April 7th and will be at the Mohegan Sun  until April 11th.
Both events will have a buyin of $5,000 dollars and will also have side events with varying buyins so all players can participate. You can also qualify for the events online at PokerStars, take a look in the Lobby for qualifiers.
New players are eligible for a bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

Other news:   XL Winter Series coming to 888poker

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