The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2011 will commence on Thursday January 6th, the first tournament of this mega event being the $100k buy-in No Limit Hold’em Super High Roller Event, which has already attracted 30 participants. The final match, which is scheduled to be played on Saturday, will be shown on ESPN2.
PokerStars issued an official press statement on Thursday, mentioning the names of 26 participants, most of who belong to Team PokerStars Pro. Daniel Negreanu, who has 4 WSOP bracelets to his credit, is one of the players to participate in this event; and Jason Mercier, who is also a WSOP bracelet winner and EPT champion, is another of them.
The CardPlayer and Bluff Players of the Year 2010 will also participate in this tournament. Tom Marchese and Sorel “Imper 1 um” Mizzi, who won $140k in 2 tournaments at the EPT Snowfest held in March 2010, are in the list of participants recently released by PokerStars.
Bryn Kenney, a WSOP 2010 Main Event participant, along with big poker talents such as Scott Seiver, Lex Veldhius, Phil Laak, Bill Perkins, Eugene Katchalov, Humberto Brenes, Bill Chen, Dan Shak, Justin “Boosted J” Smith, Bryan Colin, Andrew “good2cu” Robl, Bertrand “Elky” Grospellier, DoylesRoom poker pro Hoyt Corkins, Masa Kagawa, Antonio Esfandiari of Victory Poker, Matt Glantz, Nick Schulman, Vivek “Psyduck” Rajkumar, James “Andy McLEOD” Obst, Ashton Griffin, and Shawn Buchanan will also participate. The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2011, which will be utterly devoid of any soft spots, comprises 48 poker tournaments in 10 days.
Negreanu was busy tweeting during his flight to Nassau to participate in the tournaments. In one of his tweets, he referred to Jonathan Duhamel, Antonio Esfandiari, and Sorel Mizzi as “three bums” who were sitting behind him in the plane. Just before that, he tweeted that he would use the Wifi facility on flight to earn some more VPPs on PokerStars.
Poker enthusiasts from all over the world can view the final tables of the main event of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure on ESPN2 and The high stakes poker action is to commence at 5:00 p.m. ET on Saturday on with a delay of one hour. ESPN2 is scheduled to join the telecast five hours later. Those who are unable to go to the Bahamas will not miss much because of these telecasts since even the hole cards will be shown. Viewers therefore are in for a unique poker experience on Saturday.

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