PPC Aruba - Players Poker Championship is proud to announce that it has partnered with the Deepstacks Poker Tour to present the 2013 DeepStacks Poker Tour - PPC Aruba. The event will run May 2-9th, 7 events including the $2,500 buy-in Main Event which features a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool. The tournament already has commitments in place from DeepStacks Pros, Michael Mizrachi, Michael Matasow, Tristan Wade and Randal Flowers.
This multi-year deal gives us the opportunity to immediately expand our international tour operations and join Deepstacks existing North American events. We feel this partnership gives us a great opportunity to establish Aruba as a true poker destination while also opening the door to expand the company into Central and South America.
If you have any questions about next years event, feel free to post here.
We look forward to growing poker in Aruba for years to come!
2013 PPC Aruba new dates, same great tournament; plus 2nd Aruba stop.
To help players maximize poker travel & destination poker experience, the 2013 PPC Aruba, a proud stop on the DeepStacks Poker Tour, is now scheduled for October 2-9, 2013 at the beautiful Radisson Aruba Resort, Casino & Spa.
The same exciting schedule includes 8 events and the $2,500 buy-in Main Event which features a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool that will be live streamed online. The tournament series boasts $300,000 in tournament guarantees.
The tournament has commitments in place from DeepStacks Pros, Michael Mizrachi, Michael Matasow and Tristan Wade . Special Radisson booking rate for PPC Aruba players will be available as well.
The Radisson Aruba Casino will start running PPC Aruba satellites in May during the 2013 PPC South America Poker Classic. The PPC South America Poker Classic will run from May 4-9, 2013 with player friendly buy-ins and satellites for the PPC Aruba series in October.
"Players Poker Championship is very excited about the new series schedule and dates that will benefit players from the United States to South America. Not to mention, the addition of the 2013 PPC South America Poker Classic will add a second exciting stop in Aruba." - Bryan Oulton - PPC Co-Commissioner