The PokerStars Asia Pacific Poker Tour Macau Main Event drew a crowd of 342 players to compete in the no limit hold’em main event. The prize pool was just over $1.6 million dollars and the last player standing was Victornio Torres who earned $416,000 for his efforts.
The 2010 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker has ended and the series was a great success. The series had over 130,000 players competing and the main event of the series took place over two days. There were three series of play for the main event, a low buy-in, a medium buy-in and a high buy-in. the high event was won by Ryan Fair as he outlasted the large field of competitors.
The Spring Championship of Online Poker is well under way at PokerStars and this past Monday event #2 finished up. The SCOOP is a unique online poker tournament as it offers events with three buy-ins so players of all bank rolls can compete.
The PokerStars Australia New Zealand Poker Tour recently held a series of poker tournaments at the Sydney stop of the tour. The Main Event and the High Roller event were a great success with hundreds of players coming out to compete.
Back in 2007 Annette Obrestad managed to win a tournament at PokerStars without ever looking at her hole cards. The poker pro has now stated she is going to try the feat again in the upcoming Bluff Europe Poker Academy which will take place in London at the Victory Casino in May.