This Sunday, win one of 25 mega satellite seats to the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure
Do you like air conditioning? Then you're going to love the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.
Quite frankly we've devised a 104 event schedule that should mean you'll never step foot outside the luxury Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island. No need to feel the sand in your toes, the sea at your feet, or the sweet taste of those intoxicating pink drinks that make everyone adopted children of Bahama Mama.
We know it's the same story when we talk PCA. So in order to appeal to everyone we're highlighting a few of the benefits not spoken of, that we think will appeal to the dedicated poker player. So let's forget the weather for a second.
Free air-conditioning: That's right. Wherever you go in the Atlantis Resort, including the tournament room you'll be washed in Frigidaire. No sweat and sun burn for you.
Access to complimentary water fountains: You'll never go thirsty. And being positioned at various spots around the tournament room, you're never more than a shuffle away from a refreshing sip of water.
A starting stack: All entrants to any of the 104 events at the PCA, which runs from 6-14 January 2016, will receive a free pile of chips with which to play. Leave yours at home, we've got it covered.
Cards and dealers: They'll take care of everything.
What's the easiest way to get to the PokerStars Conditioned Air (PCA) Festival? By winning your seat in a satellite of course, we have just the PCA Mega satellite coming up this weekend.
Starting this Sunday November 8, at 13:05 ET, PokerStars will host a massive $700 PCA satellite guaranteeing 25 packages. That's 25 people with something to celebrate on Monday morning, and a tan (or a lack of one) to explain in late January.
What's more you can get in on this for as little as $1 in any of the feeder satellites currently taking place on PokerStars. You'll find them in the lobby, but start now to book your place.
Seriously, while we may have run out of original ways to say how much we look forward to the PCA, how big it will be, and what kind of time you can expect when you get there, it's only because we've looked into the hot, sweaty, dehydrated eyes of those who can't make it.
For everything else, including more plausible reasons to win your seat to the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, check out the PCA homepage. For now, prepare to pack a warm sweater for your Bahamas trip. That air con can get chilly.
Good luck on Sunday.
Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.