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Total in guaranteed prize pools in TCOOP 2017, which kicked off yesterday and runs for ten days featuring every variation of poker, all played at turbo speed.  The $1,000 Main Event will take place on January 29.

More info: http://psta.rs/2j3TYh0


First prize won by Christian Harder in the PokerStars Championship Bahamas Main Event.  Harder beat a field of 738 players to claim the top prize and trophy from the $3,376,712 prize pool.

More info: http://psta.rs/2ixcqgg


The amount won by lucky player staz9999 from the UK on PokerStars Casino’s Winstar this week.

More info: https://www.pokerstarscasino.com/


From January 22-29, players can brighten up those grey winter days with $275,000 in guaranteed prize money up for grabs in the PokerStars NJ Winter Series, including the $75,000 guaranteed Main Event on January 29. Buy-ins range from $50 to $400.

More info: http://psta.rs/2k3AR63


Mexican poker player ‘AAadrift’ cashed $157,465.27 in the PokerStars Sunday Million after beating a field of 5,537 players. The total prize pool was a guarantee–beating $1,107,400.

More info: http://psta.rs/2jAyTe6


The PokerStars Festival London Spin & Go promotion is running for one more day with a Main Event seat worth £990 as the top prize. The Spin & Go buy-in is £50, and is open only to UK players only.

More info: http://psta.rs/2j7BlYf


PokerStars Festival London, which features 22 scheduled tournaments, kicks off this Sunday and runs until January 29 at The London Hippodrome Casino in the heart of the West End. Check in with PokerStars Blog for live updates throughout.

More info: http://psta.rs/2j7BlYf


TCOOP is now running until January 29 with players given many adrenaline-fuelled chances to play for a share of $15 million in guaranteed prize money. The Main Event which runs on January 29, the last day of the tournament series, will now be accompanied by a $27 low stakes version of the Main Event, which features a $250,000 guarantee.

Pic Credit:  PokerStars


Check out Tom ‘durrrr’ Dwan’s top five poker hands in a new series where PokerStars TV relives some of the most memorable poker hands ever recorded.

Watch: http://psta.rs/2iN3OSx

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