The Latin American Poker Tour brings unmissable poker to this incredible region!
Satellites for the next LAPT event are available now, giving you the chance to win a prize package that includes tournament buy-in, hotel accommodation and money for expenses. To register, open the PokerStars lobby, click ‘Events’ & ‘LAPT’.
The Latin American Poker Tour is back in 2014 for Season 7 with more sizzling live poker action. This is the region’s biggest and richest tour, which visits Latin America’s most glamorous and exciting cities. You can qualify now via PokerStars satellites, and win a prize package that includes everything you need to take part in these incredible events.
Please note that the following information is subject to change. Keep checking back for all the latest updates.
|2014 PCA||Bahamas||January 5-13, 2014||$10,000 + $300|
|LAPT Chile||Vina del Mar||March 19-23, 2014||$1,550 + $150|
|LAPT/BSOP, Brazil||Sao Paulo||May 29-June 3, 2014||R$3,910 + $490|
|LAPT Panama||Panama City||July 23-27, 2014||$1,550 + $150|
|LAPT Peru||Lima||October 15-19, 2014||$1,550 + $150|
|LAPT Uruguay Grand Final||Punta del Este||November 26-30, 2014||$2,700 + $300|
These are the tournaments everyone wants to win. Hundreds of PokerStars qualifiers join the best players in the world, including Team PokerStars Pro, to battle for huge prize pools at every event. The ultimate prize is an LAPT title. Have you got what it takes to become the next champion?
See the PokerStars Blog for a full report from every stop on the tour, and PokerStars.tv for all the best video highlights, winners’ interviews and more. Make sure you also keep checking the official LAPT website for the latest news as Season 7 unfolds.
LAPT Chile | 609 entries | $915,631 prize pool | 1st: Mario Lopez ($117,991)
Season 7 of the LAPT opened with victory for Mario Lopez, who notched up Argentina’s seventh win on the tour - the most of any country in LAPT history. The 37-year-old doctor and businessman edged past more than 600 players to grab his biggest ever live tournament win and the $117,991 winner’s check, following a four-way deal on the final table. Chile’s Rodrigo Perez came agonisingly close to winning on home turf, but lost out to Lopez after a lengthy heads-up bout.
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