PokerStars LAPT Schedule Announced

The PokerStars Latin American Poker Tour (LAPT) has released the schedule for season 3 and there is a new addition to the line up of events but it’s one that’s familiar, it’s the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.
The familiar event is the $10,000 dollar buy in event that has also been a part of both the World Poker Tour and the European Poker Tour.  The LAPT is going to have five events this year.  The first is the $2,500 dollar LAPT Playa Conchal on November 19th through the 22nd in Costa Rica.
The LAPT will then take a break in December and come back in 2010 with it’s second event at the Atlantis Bahamas with the PCA on January 4th through the 14th.
From there the LAPT will head to Uruguay for the $3,500 dollars Punta del Este on February 24th through the 27th and then on to Chile as Vine del Mar from March 20th through the 23rd.  The final stop in the PokerStars Latin American Tour will be the $5,000 dollar Grand Final in Argentina but the dates haven’t been announced yet.
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