PCA 2018 Main Event Winner Maria Lampropulos Taking Home Over $1 Million

The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2018 comes to an historic end. Maria Lampropulous becomes the first woman to ever win the PCA Main Event. Maria takes home $ 1,081,100, which is the SECOND time she’s won over $ 1 million this year. Maria beat out final table players Adrian Mateos, Koray Aldemir, and Shawn Buchanon to win the first place prize. Her boyfriend Ivan Luca is also one of the best most profitable poker players in the world.

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Top 5 Biggest EPT Cashes by Female Poker Players

After winning the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event, Maria Lampropulos catapults herself on to the list of biggest cashes by a woman in an EPT. All top 5 cashes are over $ 1 million. We break down each 7 figure score on this impressive list of female poker players. Liv Boeree and Vanessa Selbst make an appearance on this top 5 list.

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Top 5 Biggest EPT Cashes by Female Poker Players

After winning the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event, Maria Lampropulos catapults herself on to the list of biggest cashes by a woman in an EPT. All top 5 cashes are over $ 1 million. We break down each 7 figure score on this impressive list of female poker players. Liv Boeree and Vanessa Selbst make an appearance on this top 5 list.

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Should You Be Aggressive or Cautious with a Big Stack Early in a Major Poker Tournament?

PokerStars pro poker player Jake Cody comes into Day 2 of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2018 with a huge chip lead. Will he bully the table and be super aggressive? Or will he be more cautious and hold on to his valuable chips. Being a big stack in a poker tournament isn’t necessarily easy. He also talks about the departure of fellow PokerStars pros Vanessa Selbst and Jason Mercier.

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Poker for Beginners with Chris Moneymaker

World Series of Poker 2003 Main Event Champion Chris Moneymaker has no problem teaching the basics of poker. He shares his tips for beginners. Is it better for beginners to play online or play live in a casino? How should you bet? Where should you play for your first time? If you want to teach poker to your friends or family, PokerStars pro Chris Moneymaker has tips for you.

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NFL Super Bowl Champion Richard Seymour

3 Time Patriots NFL Super Bowl Champion Richard Seymour registers Day 1 of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event 2018. He flies into the Bahamas for the yearly PokerStars event after watching his University of Georgia Bulldogs lose in overtime to the Alabama Roll Tide in the College Football National Championship Game. Sasha Salinger also asks about his old team the Oakland Raiders and their move to Las Vegas with their new head coach Jon Gruden.

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What You’re Doing Wrong Deep in a Poker Tournament

Harrison Gimbel has won a World Series of Poker Bracelet, World Poker Tour Main Event, and European Poker Tour Main Event. Only eight people have won the "Triple Crown" in poker history. Gimbel is no stranger to going deep in poker tournaments here at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. Gimbel gives tips on what to do when you’re deep in a poker tournament but not quite at the final table. One of the things you may be doing wrong deep in a poker tournament is considering the pay jumps as opposed to just playing each hand one at a time.

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Poker Pro David Peters Eyeing $1.5 Million

As strong players like Jason Koon, Steve O’Dwyer, Nick Petrangelo, keep busting out of the $ 100K Super High Roller at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, David Peters talks strategy on how he changes his play when there are so many big stacks on the table. He is focusing on the first place prize of $ 1.5 million. He just has to get through 14 more players including Daniel Negreanu, Isaac Haxton, and Erik Seidel.

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Poker Pro David Peters Eyeing $1.5 Million

As strong players like Jason Koon, Steve O’Dwyer, Nick Petrangelo, keep busting out of the $ 100K Super High Roller at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, David Peters talks strategy on how he changes his play when there are so many big stacks on the table. He is focusing on the first place prize of $ 1.5 million. He just has to get through 14 more players including Daniel Negreanu, Isaac Haxton, and Erik Seidel.

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NEW WSOP 2018 Schedule – Player Opinions

The WSOP’s brand new schedule for the Summer has just been announced. We asked a few players at the PokerStars Championship in Prague what their thoughts were.

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