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PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Joins EPT

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Start 2008 off right with your ticket to paradise! PokerStars Caribbean Adventure has been the ‘hot' January event since its inauguration in 2004. The 2008 tournament is stacking up to be the best ever with its inclusion in Europe's largest poker series, the European Poker Tour!

The luxurious Atlantis Resort and Casino will host the 2008 PCA. Play will begin January 5th and continue to the 10th. Rest assured that poker's top players will be there. You may find yourself across the felt from Ryan Daut, the 2007 PCA winner. Ryan walked away with $1,535,255 in cash after battling his way through a field of 937 players!

Other past winners include:
• 2006 winner Steve Paul-Ambrose, winning over $1.3 million.
• 2005 winner John Gale winning more than $800,000.
• 2004 winner Gus Hansen who walked away from the inaugural tournament with $430,780 in cash.

You can win your way to the fun and sun of the 2008 Caribbean Adventure by playing in one of PokerStars qualifying satellites. Choose from cash satellites starting at $2, Tournament Leader Board Packages and Frequent Player Points satellites, or the brand new Step Sit & Go satellites starting at just $7.50 or 500 Frequent Player Points.

This year's PCA package is worth $12,000 and breaks down like this:
• EPT event buy-in: $7,800 + $200
• Seven nights at Atlantis Paradise Island: $3,000
• Food credit: $1,000

Start playing today and get ready to make this January a memorable one! Download now and get a first deposit bonus. Be sure to enter the bonus code First2007. See you on the beach!!

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