"Enjoy the moment!"

"Enjoy the moment!" That was the number one piece of advice that Felipe Mojave bestowed upon Donatas Vlasovas before the start of Flight 1C of the PokerStars Cup event tonight, and solid advice it is.To the casual passer-by Don (as we now call him) may look like just another regu...more

by PokerSchoolOnline on February 12, 2016 12:38 PM

Premier League additions to the VIP Club Store

Browsing the PokerStars VIP Club Store just got very interesting for sports fans. Starting today we've added a range of packages to major Premier League football matches in the coming weeks, offering great value, with more sports packages lined up for later this year. Right now t...more

by Stephen Bartley on February 12, 2016 9:29 AM

Welcome to the Big Leagues - Where the Poker is Real

Play Money Poker has changed. For the first ten years of PokerStars it provided new and inexperienced players with training wheels to get used to the look and feel of online poker before committing themselves to real money. However, in the last few years things have dramatically ...more

by David Lyons on February 12, 2016 9:10 AM

UKIPT5 Dublin Day 2: Level 13-18 updates (4,000 - 8,000, ante 1,000)

* This in an archive on level 13-18 updates of the UKIPT Main Event, live updates are here.* CLICK HERE FOR LATEST CHIP COUNTS* LIVE UPDATES of the €25,000 High Roller can be found here.* Day 2 of the UKIPT Main Event - we're in the money!* Top 151 players get paid, payouts can b...more

by Nick Wright on February 12, 2016 3:23 AM

UKIPT5 Dublin: Stefan Schillhabel tops Day 1B field on record breaking day

Schillabel showed his skill to lead the wayWe love breaking records on the UKIPT and we smashed two of them out of the park today. A massive 788 players turned up to play Day 1B of this event, eclipsing the previous single day attendance record for a UKIPT Main Event of 736 (set ...more

by Nick Wright on February 11, 2016 1:20 PM

UKIPT5 Dublin Day 1B: Level 8-12 updates (1,000-2,000, 300 ante)

* CLICK TO REFRESH FOR LATEST UPDATES* Largest ever UKIPT event in Ireland, 1,002 runners in total* Day 1B consists of twelve 45-minute levels * Day 1B players: 222 of 788 remaining* Late registration has closed9:20pm: It's all over Level 12: Blinds 1,000-2,000, 300 anteThe klaxo...more

by Marc Convey on February 11, 2016 8:37 AM

Last chance! Earn millions of Stars Coin in VIP Steps Challenge

You can't say you weren't warned. We told you about this a couple of weeks ago. Now, it's almost too late to get in on millions in StarsCoin giveaways. As you might have heard (ahem), PokerStars is celebrating 100 million players by throwing a month-long party with lots of giveaw...more

by Brad Willis on February 11, 2016 6:21 AM

UKIPT5 Dublin Day 1B: Level 1-7 updates (300-600, 75 ante)

* CLICK HERE FOR CURRENT UPDATES* Day 1B consists of twelve 45-minute levels, this is an archive of levels 1-7.* Day 1B players (779 so far - a record for single day attendance in a UKIPT Main Event)* Late registration has closed4pm: All about the nines Level 7: Blinds 300-600 an...more

by Marc Convey on February 11, 2016 12:58 AM

Vladimir Velikov streaks clear of UKIPT5 Dublin Day 1A field

That's what a 300k smile looks likeThe second day of the EPT Dublin festival took place today and central to the day's festivities was Day 1A of the UKIPT Main Event. The tour is in its fifth season and Dublin has been an ever-present stop, producing four champions in the shape ...more

by Marc Convey on February 10, 2016 1:03 PM

UKIPT5 Dublin Day 1A: Level 9-12 updates (1,000-2,000, 300 ante)

* CLICK TO REFRESH FOR LATEST UPDATES* Day 1A is over. Day 1B starts at 10am Thursday. You can read all about Day 1A here.* 52 of 214 players made it through* You can catch up with Level 1-8 coverage here9:20pm: Done for the day Level 12: Blinds 600-1,200, 200 anteRoughly 54 play...more

by Nick Wright on February 10, 2016 9:09 AM

Live Tournament Coverage

EPT Dublin

The Dublin festival in under way with the UKIPT Main Event and the €25K High Roller. Follow live updates on the PokerStars Blog.

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