Portugal Poker Series

Correia wins Portugal Poker Series final

Joao Correia won the third and last stage of the first season of PokerStars Portugal Poker Series, held in Espinho. He sailed through a field of 143 players to grab, after three days of play, the title and the trophy.Correia never seemed a favourite through the three days of play until reaching the ...more

by Sérgio Lopes on October 10, 2011 8:55 AM

Tiago Figueiredo leads at PPS Espinho

Tiago Figueiredo was the chip leader of PokerStars Portugal Poker Series Espinho event at the end of Day 2.Play resumed yesterday with 62 players with the intention of reaching the final table. But after eight 60-minute levels, 14 players remained and the final table bubble was postponed until today...more

by Sérgio Lopes on October 9, 2011 9:45 AM

Victor Moreira takes early lead at PPS Espinho

Local man Victor Moreira leads the PokerStars Portugal Poker Series event in Espinho after Day 1. Known in the local live tourneys scene as much for his skills at the tables as for his great sense of humour, he had everyone enjoying his company even if he was collecting loads of chips. He bagged 115...more

by Sérgio Lopes on October 8, 2011 5:54 AM

Portugal Poker Series event begins today

From today until Sunday, the Casino de Espinho hosts the third and last event of the first season of the PokerStars Portugal Poker Series. The tournament follows the first successful stages in Vilamoura last April, and Figueira da Foz in June.Today's €770 event starts at 2pm local time, and players ...more

by Sérgio Lopes on October 7, 2011 5:45 AM

Portugal Poker Series satellites on offer

The PokerStars Portugal Poker Series heads now to Espinho for the last tournament of the year of this brand new live circuit. After the two first stages held in Vilamoura and Figueira da Foz, the circuit visits the north of Portugal . You can qualify now to this €700 + €70 event through the satellit...more

by Sérgio Lopes on August 10, 2011 9:00 AM

João Costa wins PPS Figueira da Foz

Law student João Costa has won the PokerStars Portugal Poker Series Figueira da Foz event, taking home €24,640. The 22-year-old topped a 132-player field that generated an €89,630 prizepool.Costa, who is from Portugal, dominated the tournament from the first to the last hand. He was the Day 1A chip ...more

by Sérgio Lopes on June 14, 2011 6:23 AM

PPS final table set, João Costa leads

The final table of the PokerStars Portugal Poker Series Figueira da Foz is set, with João Costa leading the way with 579,000 chips. He was chip leader after Day 1A and rarely lost his place at the head of the field.Costa took advantage of his substantial lead and two long bubble periods to put press...more

by Sérgio Lopes on June 13, 2011 2:00 AM

Carlos Frazão heads Day 1B in Portugal

Portuguese man Carlos Frazão is the chip leader after the end of Day 1B of the PokerStars Portugal Poker Series Figueira da Foz, bagging up 123,400 chips at the end of nine levels. Ayaz Manji is second, more than 25,000 chips behind.Now 42 players come back for Day 2, with Day 1A leader João Costa t...more

by Sérgio Lopes on June 12, 2011 2:29 PM

João Costa leads Portugal Poker Series in Figueira da Foz

Portuguese player João Costa built a massive chip lead during Day 1A of PokerStars Portugal Poker Series Figueira da Foz. After nine 60- minute levels, Costa bagged 204,700 chips, putting himself as a huge favourite to win this second event of one of the newest PokerStars tours.That stack is even mo...more

by Sérgio Lopes on June 11, 2011 11:10 AM

Portugal Poker Series heads to Figueira da Foz

Figueira da Foz is most known for its beach and for being the mouth of the biggest Portuguese river, the Mondego. But from this weekend on, it will be also known as the city where one of the biggest poker tournaments held in Portugal took place. The Portugal Poker Series Figueira starts on 10th June...more

by Sérgio Lopes on June 7, 2011 9:11 AM
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