Shamballa winner bracelets for PCA high rollers

PCA-2010-thumbnail.jpgAs you can imagine, winning a high roller event at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure is lucrative. In January's $100,000 Super High Roller, Team PokerStars Pro Eugene Katchalov won $1.5 million, while Will Molson bagged nearly $1.1 million in the $25,000 High Roller. Now, for the 2012 PCA high rollers, winning just got a little sweeter.

Today, PokerStars announced it had partnered with Shamballa Jewels, which now becomes the Official Bracelet Sponsor for the PCA 2012 High Roller and Super High Roller Events. Winners of both these tournaments will now receive a beautiful--not to say expensive--bracelet.

The winner of the Super High Roller will receive this exclusive piece of wrist-wear, worth $20,000, consisting of 3 x black Pave balls (1 x black gold, 1 x yellow gold, 1 x rose gold), 3 x 10mm gold balls (1 x black gold, 1 x yellow gold, 1 x rose gold), 5 x 10mm ceramic balls, 2 x 8mm gold balls, and 1 x lock of other materials...

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... and the winner of the High Roller will get this one, worth $10,000, made up of 1 black Pave ball, 2 x 10mm black gold balls, 8 x 10mm ceramic balls, 2 x 8mm gold balls, and 1 x lock of other materials...

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So there you have it, two more reasons to take part in the upcoming PCA festival, which runs January 5 through 14. See the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure website for all the details.

Simon Young
@MrSimonYoung in PokerStars news